23 The Turbo Turtle

The Turbo Turtle

Posted on August 26, 2008 by


This turbo turtle video actually is a viral video ad for one of the Russian cellphone providers selling fast cellular modems for laptops.

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23 Responses to “The Turbo Turtle”

  1. Warll says:

    FYI, the word is “selling”, not “celling”.

  2. [...] ad for one of the Russian cellphone providers selling fast cellular modems for laptops. “>read more…. Related PostsWashed-up "sea creature" is the talk of East HamptonWill It Blend? – Mario [...]

  3. AndersonBMX says:

    they should plug one of these modems in a old Lada and see the result…

  4. SW says:

    Electronic cum into the ass of that poor animal

  5. VoDkA says:

    What if you plug two into each other?

    • jakob says:

      once in this site, an intelligent comment !
      that would lead the World to its loss, something like the inverse of Big Bang …

  6. user251 says:

    That was not funny to me, actually. Poor animal.

  7. Bill says:

    I found this ad to be a much needed spot of humor at the end of a long boring day.

  8. pn says:

    more russian turtles:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=msZ49jt0IdA

    except this one did not have a modem up his butt. :P

  9. tokio express says:

    As a Japanese, I think I’d better point out, if it is a turtle, it won’t be “godzilla”, but “gamera”
    Check this out http://www.gamera.jp/trailer/index.html

  10. Keroro says:

    ololo, gamera!

  11. w says:

    Im going to microwave a cat now that ive seen that.

  12. VoDkA says:

    Two turtles would do that?

  13. [...] In what is apparently an advertisement for a Russian mobile internet provider, a creative young HSDPA fan experiments with his modem in ways some might frown upon. The ad doesn’t follow the viral convention of surprising viewers with an unlikely result following from normal circumstances, because the setup – a violent turtle rape – is weirder than the outcome. The ad raises some serious questions: was this guy just dealing with a captured Georgian spy turtle in accordance with the Russian Uniform Code of Military Justice? Does the Geneva Convention cover terrapins? Did he get any reception? Is the turtle USB 2.0 compatible, or just 1.1? Most importantly, having finally broached the taboo subject of turtle penetration, whither viral advertising? [English Russia] [...]

  14. [...] In what is apparently an advertisement for a Russian mobile internet provider, a creative young HSDPA fan experiments with his modem in ways some might frown upon. The ad doesn’t follow the viral convention of surprising viewers with an unlikely result following from normal circumstances, because the setup – a violent turtle rape – is weirder than the outcome. The ad raises some serious questions: was this guy just dealing with a captured Georgian spy turtle in accordance with the Russian Uniform Code of Military Justice? Does the Geneva Convention cover terrapins? Did he get any reception? Is the turtle USB 2.0 compatible, or just 1.1? Most importantly, having finally broached the taboo subject of turtle penetration, whither viral advertising? [English Russia] [...]

  15. [...] In what is apparently an advertisement for a Russian mobile internet provider, a creative young HSDPA fan experiments with his modem in ways some might frown upon. The ad doesn’t follow the viral convention of surprising viewers with an unlikely result following from normal circumstances, because the setup – a violent turtle rape – is weirder than the outcome. The ad raises some serious questions: was this guy just dealing with a captured Georgian spy turtle in accordance with the Russian Uniform Code of Military Justice? Does the Geneva Convention cover terrapins? Did he get any reception? Is the turtle USB 2.0 compatible, or just 1.1? Most importantly, having finally broached the taboo subject of turtle penetration, whither viral advertising? [English Russia] [...]

  16. Kapusta says:

    Does anyone know which advertising agency made the ad?

  17. altima says:

    we learn fast. do you? we have a thousand-year-old culture. Is yours so old? don’t be afraid of the nukes. be afraid of the fear in your heart. it is stronger than the nukes and more effective.

  18. sugar daddy says:

    Well then as Japanese you should know that its Tokyo not tokio ;)

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