Ford Kids Ask Santa Ford F-150 Commercial

Ford Kids Ask Santa Ford F-150 Commercial
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An Elf asks “Who’s ready to see Santa?” A kid walks up to Santa and sits on his knee. Santa asks “Hello! And what would you like for Christmas, Justin?” Just answers “I’m gunna need something really tough.” Santa already has ideas “Ooh, like a superhero costume? Or some little green army men?” Justin interrupts Santa “No Santa, like the Ford F-150.” Santa still doesn’t get it “Ahh a toy truck well I think Santa can do…” Justin corrects Santa “A toy? Is he for real? Have you seen this thing in action?” Justin goes on to list the features of the F-150. The Elf chimes in “And EcoBoost power. Mmhmm.” Justin says “See, he gets it. I’ve got work to. I’m not playing around here, Santa. It’s the F-150 or nothing. You can bet your milk and cookies on that.” Santa replies “Oooh ok.” The boy walks away. “Next.”



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22 User Reviews

  1. Kirk Vogel December 26, 2013 7:39 am  Reply

    A cute kid but in an inappropriate commercial. Ford should be ashamed for allowing a kid to put forth demands in this regard for something he obviously can not utilize in his life as a child. It would be as bad as showing an adult clamoring for a toy that is intended for age appropriate children. This is child abuse by bad parenting, IMHO.

  2. A. Desiato December 25, 2013 7:31 am  Reply

    the first time I saw this ad on Hulu Plus I had a negative reaction. The last time I saw an ad with Children being kicked in the head on a sliding board by Santa’s boot I called the local TV station to complain, I called networks etc and the ad disappeared the next few days. Don’t just complain do something so ads of this kind never appear.

  3. Richard harts December 24, 2013 12:39 am  Reply

    This is the greatest commercial I have ever seen in my life. It is so funny with the way the kid ask
    Santa for a real F-150. I laugh every time this commercial comes on. The kid is so street smart
    and savvy. The kid knows what he wants and is willing to bet Santa’s milk and cookies on it. Yes
    it can be a little corny,….but this is advertising and you have to have a commercial that people will
    remember and laughing at this,….is one to not forget. Ford did a great job in hiring an ad firm to
    sell the most popular truck in the world. Great job to all concerned.

  4. Fred D December 23, 2013 11:01 am  Reply

    This and the other commerical by Ford with the little girl that is into fashion, just make me sick. I am certainly not motivated to purchase anything from Ford based on these commericials. They are arrogant and I hope their sales go DOWN as a result of this type of advertising.

  5. Anon December 20, 2013 8:52 am  Reply

    Definitely an example of a kid being raised by a soccer mom too lazy to bestow any semblance of good manners, and the dad who gloats all day at work about his ‘wonderful family in private school who has this many trophies’ and then the family becomes disgustingly conceited and fails to have any social graces. The dad generally returns home to walk all over everyone at home, and the children adopt these traits. The son in this commercial goes to school and becomes the bully, and then we wonder why schools are having the problems they have! Thank you Ford, for just reaffirming society’s ongoing baloney.

  6. keith December 19, 2013 1:03 pm  Reply

    Hey…I like this commercial. It’s fresh and fun for the holidays! The kid really wants that truck (For his parents…of course). Everybody has to admit…the F-150 looks nice. I don’t blame the kid for asking Santa for this. I think the real problem is Santa… not respecting the kids wishes by blowing him off. It’s obvious to me that this kid is a little more progressive than the other run of the mill cutesy. But, all Santas should be able to realize this and make a quick adjustment based on a child’s intellect. So I hate to flip the switch, but in my opinion…. Santas the problem, by not taking a childs Christmas wish seriously………….

    • Dozer December 19, 2013 6:05 pm  Reply

      ‘Fresh and fun for the holidays’? You should drown yourself, walking corporate shill.

    • Anon December 20, 2013 8:45 am  Reply

      Troll.

  7. Patty Van December 19, 2013 8:59 am  Reply

    This is the horrible!! No Fords for us!! Is this how they raise thier children? Who do they think thet are selling cars to?

  8. m ott December 18, 2013 5:43 pm  Reply

    How rude! Who thought these ads were a good idea?

  9. Grandma Jean December 18, 2013 4:52 pm  Reply

    The commercials are discusting. What was Ford thinking? It doesn’t even make sense to have children in the commercials.

  10. Alia December 18, 2013 1:48 pm  Reply

    Wow, makes American children look like spoiled brats. There are kids in America and every other country who will never know the joy of a real nice sit down holiday family dinner, and would love nothing more than a winter jacket and a place to stay for the holidays. The little brat portrayed in this commercial is the embodiedment of true demoralization in our country. Goodluck to all honest and loving parents trying to raise their children with an ounce of respect and good values. The media fights everyday for the attention of our children. You must decide how you can play a larger role in their lives. I am ashamed of these cooperations and their portrayal of our children.

    • Dozer December 19, 2013 6:11 pm  Reply

      Couldn’t agree more. Thought perhaps I’m less ashamed and more seething pissed that these soulless corporate scum are allowed to reach for anyone they want with utter impunity.

      Some American kids (mostly tweens from affluent suburbs) do deserve to be knocked out though. Entitled little sneering shits that they are.

  11. Eric December 17, 2013 11:32 pm  Reply

    These are not cute at all. My Mom would have smacked me in the mouth if I acted like that when I was a kid.

  12. Kent Costello December 17, 2013 12:12 pm  Reply

    WOW! Ford should FIRE the Marketing Company and the IDIOT who came up with these ADs…Ditto to the comments above!

  13. Cindy December 17, 2013 2:47 am  Reply

    MANNERS ARE still FREE where I come from! I am disappointed in FORD for promoting such nonsense! Santa should be handing out spankings and coal before those brats walk off! RUDE!

  14. Jeanine Willner December 17, 2013 12:23 am  Reply

    I certainly agree that the kids talking to Santa are disrespectful snobs. I think the commercial should be pulled off the air!

  15. Gern Blanston December 16, 2013 6:38 pm  Reply

    “F150 or nothing”? Okay, nothing!
    Ford is encouraging rude and arrogant behavior and sending kids the message that it’s appropriate to be greedy and demanding.

  16. Linda LaSenna December 16, 2013 1:16 pm  Reply

    I Disliked the commercial as well. IF THERE IS DISRESPECT for SANTA SCREW PARENTS!!WE PARENT ARE HAVIN A HARDER TIME THAN EVER THESE DAYS, LESS MONEY, NO JOBS , 1 PARENT WORKING , DID YOU THINK?? OF HOW WE FELT ????? I’M UPSET AT FORD For TWO DUMB DISRESPECTFUL, TALKING COMING FROM THE MOUTH OF CHILDREN AND SO MANY CHILDREN WATCHING. IT IS BAD ENOUGH WE THE PARENT GET BAD MOUTHED BY OUR KIDS AND CAN”T CAN”T CONTROL THE PROBLEM. AS WE GOT WHEN WE GREW UP. I AM RESPECTFUL!!!!! BUTT the BUTT PAID the Price !! GROW UP FORD !!! YOU ARE MAKING ARROGANT, DISRESPCTFUL , GREEDY, CHILDREN. I Rather hear the Beautiful Baby Cry with Santa than the other THREE DUMB ONES. I AM UPSET WITH YOUR COMPANY !!!!!!!! I Fast Forward this dumb commercial. I WOULD NEVER BUY A TRUCK NOW, AFTER THIS COMMERCIAL OF GREED!!!

  17. Kathy Jones December 16, 2013 12:07 am  Reply

    Stupid commercial…what kid who cant drive would want a car…Really!!!! I turn off this commercial everytime its on…

  18. TJ December 15, 2013 2:40 pm  Reply

    Yea…I very much dislike this commercial as well. Why would you want a present for Xmas when you CLEARLY are not gonna be able to drive lol. I mean I laughed but not for the right reason

  19. sectionver December 13, 2013 4:30 pm  Reply

    Another terrible example of promoting rude disrespectful arrogant greed in children.

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