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In July of 2009, the world was taken by storm with the Shake Weight. The Shake Weight sold in massive numbers, but not without laughs from the general public. The Shake Weight is pretty suggestive in ads, with specific motions and specific sounds being displayed in a way that absolutely had to be planned.
The Shake Weight and it’s hilarity have died down. Korea has found an outstanding replacement to the Shake Weight’s “inadvertent” sexual motions, though, with the new “Ace Power.” Ace Power simulates riding a, uh, we’ll say a horse. The device is meant to be used while thrusting and gyrating one’s hips, just like one would on a horse, apparently. Ace Power has taken over Korea. Men and women of all ages are toning their butts and thighs, while strengthening their core with this new revolutionary fitness machine.
The commercial itself is quite a spectacle, let alone the actual device being advertised. With 1990’s video recorder quality and off the charts enthusiasm, the Ace Power must sell like hot cakes in Korea. According to the commercial, It’s also much safer than yoga in your living room (see 1:12 in the video)!
Let the parodies begin…