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In April 2005, a German beverage company named K-fee released nine 20-second long television commercials as part of their Wide Awake campaign to advertise their coffee drink. These commercials have been heavily criticized for their content and many feel that the adverts are very uncommercial and upsetting, though its shocking visual is built to simulate the effect that the product has on the viewer.

The commercials consist of a peaceful scene, such as a car driving down a grassy hillside to soothing music. However, at some point in the ad, the scene gets briefly interrupted by either a zombie or a gargoyle screaming at the camera, followed by the company's slogan and the product.

K-fee received a lot of complaints from their viewers, and soon after that, the ads stopped being aired on television. Some people say that on some other occasions, a warning message was displayed before the advert played, informing any young children, individuals who are easily scared, and people with heart or certain health conditions to not view the footage. However, this is unproven.

An episode of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, aired in April 2005, featured a segment where the audience and Jay reacted to K-fee's Car commercial. It was hosted on K-fee's official website back in 2004 to 2007 along with the other adverts. The K-fee Car commercial was also featured in 2005 on Tarrant on TV, a famous British show, as well as on America's Funniest Home Videos.

On January 29th, 2021, RhysProductions11 uploaded a one hour documentary video featuring the actors from the commercials.

The commercials

Each commercial had a German version and an English version, with the captions at the end in the respective language. There was also either a zombie or a gargoyle at the end of each advert. The zombie was played by American actor Brad Johnson, and the gargoyle was played by his brother, Adam Johnson. These ads were first aired on television on April 30th, 2005.

The K-fee zombie actor, Brad Johnson

Commercials featuring the zombie

  • Car (Auto in German): The commercial begins with a relaxing scene of a white car driving down a grassy hillside to soothing music. When the car passes behind a large tree, the camera follows. Once it pans off the tree, the car is gone. Then, a zombie suddenly pops into the scene very briefly accompanied by a frightening scream, scaring the viewer. This commercial is more commonly known as Ghost Car, Spooky Car or the Scary Car Commercial
  • Fishing (Angler in German): This shows a man fishing in a lake, and not long afterward the zombie appears, surprisingly not looking directly into the camera as it screams.
  • Yoga: This shows a person practicing yoga on a cliff, and as soon as the person lifts their hand, the zombie seemingly appears out of nowhere, screaming. Its face is obscured by the dark. This commercial was likely filmed at Joshua Tree National Park[1].
  • Meadow (Wiese in German): The video starts out with a field of wildflowers and a pollinating bee. It then cuts to a meadow with some bicycles leaning against a large tree, and the camera stops moving at a certain point. Not long afterward, the zombie shows up from the left side of the screen and screams.
  • Surfing: This is a faraway view of a person on a beach going to the ocean to go surfing. Then the zombie appears from the right side of the screen and screams.
The K-fee gargoyle actor, Adam Johnson

Commercials featuring the gargoyle

  • Beach (Strand in German): This depicts two lovers on a beach about to kiss, and just as they do, the gargoyle jumps up screaming from the bottom of the screen, blocking the view, with blood dripping from its mouth. K-fee Beach was filmed at Point Dume State Beach.
  • Boardwalk (Weg in German): This shows a relaxing scene of a boardwalk near a beach, with a jogger in the distance who can be heard breathing, and soon stops to take a break and look at the beach. The camera then pans to the beach as well, and shortly after it stops moving, the gargoyle appears upside-down and screams. This commercial is also known as Beach 2. This commercial was filmed at Moonstone Beach Bordwalk in Cambria, CA.
  • Buddha: This depicts a woman sitting in a garden, meditating near a Buddha statue. The camera briefly cuts to the statue and then to the woman, and when it moves away to its original view, the gargoyle jumps up screaming. Its face is so close to the camera that it is out of focus.
  • Golf: A man is shown golfing from far away. Eventually, a faint putting sound is heard, and shortly afterward, the gargoyle appears upside-down and screams. This is the only spot that does not include any background music. This commercial was likely filmed at PGA West's Arnold Palmer Private Course in Palm Springs, CA.

K-fee radio advertisements

In December 2004, K-fee released four radio advertisements: Investment, Love, Relaxation and Christmas. The ads were available in English and German.

Investment

  • English version (0:29): The ad starts with a man saying the following: "Would you like to know how to make more of your money? Then, listen carefully. We've got an investment tip for you that promises top returns. This investment will guarantee you a worry-free life and allow you to fulfill cherished dreams. All with a monthly payment starting from just 20 euros. All you have to do..." Then, the sentence gets interrupted by the same loud scream used in the other K-fee commercials. Then, a voice reads "Ever been so wide awake? K-fee. Canned caffeine with coffee."
  • German version (0:26): "Möchten Sie wissen, wie Sie mehr aus Ihrem Geld machen? Dann hören Sie jetzt gut zu. Wir haben für Sie einen Anlagetipp mit einer Top-Rendite. Diese Anlage garantiert Ihnen ein sorgenfreies Leben. Und erlaubt es Ihnen, lang gehegte Wünsche zu erfüllen. Und das bereits ab einer monatlichen Einzahlung von nur 20 Euro. Sie müssen einfach nur..."

Love

  • English version (0:33): The ad starts with lullaby music and a young girl's voice saying the following: "Mummy mummy, how much do you love me?" Then, a woman's voice says: "I love you from here to the moon." "How far is that?" "Hm. It's so far." "Is that so much?" "Yes, my love. I love you so much. Now close your eyes sweetie, and listen while I read you a story. Once upon a time, there was a little dormouse called Piff. One day, it went..." Then, the sentence gets interrupted by the same loud scream used in the other K-fee commercials. Then, a voice reads "Ever been so wide awake? K-fee. Canned caffeine with coffee."
  • German version (0:37): Kind: "Mama, Mama, wie lieb hast du mich?"  Mama: "Ich hab dich von hier bis zum Mond lieb!"  Kind: "Wie weit ist denn das?"  Mama: "Das ist sooooo weit."  Kind: "Ist das soooo doll?"  Mama: "Ja, mein Süßes. Soooo doll lieb hab ich dich. Und jetzt macht mein kleines Krümelchen mal die Augen zu und hört schön hin, denn jetzt les ich dir noch eine kleine Geschichte vor… Es war einmal eine kleine Haselmaus namens Piff. Eines Morgens…"

Relaxation

  • English version (0:49): The ad starts with the same music used in the K-fee Buddha commercial. Then, a soft-spoken woman's voice saying the following: "And now, an exercise to help you relax. Make yourself comfortable. Close your eyes. Breathe in deeply through your nose. Keep your mouth shut. Feel that deep breath go down to your tummy. In, and out. And in, and out. And in, and out. And in, and..." Then, the sentence gets interrupted by the same loud scream used in the other K-fee commercials. Then, a voice reads "Ever been so wide awake? K-fee. Canned caffeine with coffee."
  • German version (0:38): "Zu Ihrer Entspannung nun eine Übung. Machen Sie es sich bequem. Schließen Sie die Augen, atmen Sie durch die Nase tief ein. Der Mund bleibt dabei geschlossen. Atmen Sie tief in den Unterbauch. Ein, und aus. Und ein, und aus. Und ein, und…"

Christmas

  • English version (0:51): The ad starts with the sound of a clock ticking. Then, a Santa Claus voice says the following: "Ah, Christmas time again at last. And we all have such wonderful childhood memories. Pretty little crooked houses, with chimneys puffing out trails of smoke. Ha, yes. And the icicles glistening in the moonlight all around. The snow crunches softly under our feet, and when we come into the cozy warmth of our houses, the smell of delicious baked apples and freshly baked mince pies, and oh how excited we are when we finally, finally hear the sound signaling the arrival of Christmas day"; the sentence then gets interrupted by the same loud scream used in the other K-fee commercials. Then, a voice reads "Ever been so wide awake? K-fee. Canned caffeine with coffee."
  • German version (1:02): "Aaaaach, endlich ist wieder Weihnachtszeit und wir haben wieder all die schönen Erinnerungen an unsere Kindheit im Kopf. Die hübschen windschiefen Häuselein, aus deren Schornsteinen sich kleine Rauchfähnchen kräuseln. Ach, und die Eiszapfen allüberall, die im Mondenschein glitzern. Leise knirscht der Schnee unter unseren Sohlen, und wenn wir die behagliche Wärme unserer Häuslein betreten, dann duftet es schon nach Bratäpfelchen und frischgebackenen Rosinenmännlein. Hei, wie aufgeregt wir werden, wenn wir dann endlich, endlich am heiligen Abend das Signal zur Bescherung hören."

K-fee light-version advertisements

In December 2005, K-fee released new commercials for their line of Latte macchiato drinks that parodied their own prank flash-style commercials. Using the footage from three of K-fee's most popular commercials (Auto, Beach, and Golf), the company replaced the zombie or gargoyle at the end of the ad with a less frightening image, followed by the text "Jetzt auch mit weniger Koffein." (which translates as "Now also available with less caffeine") and a picture of a Latte Macchiato or Latte Macchiato Vanilla bottle. The Latte Macchiato commercials were only made in German and used the same soundtracks from the originals with a higher pitch. These ads were first aired on television on December 27th, 2005.

  • Beach (Light): A smiling teddy bear (possibly a hand puppet) appears instead of the gargoyle and giggles. The piano music in the background is higher pitched than in the original version. This spot advertises K-fee Latte Macchiato Classic.
  • Auto (Light): A man in a light polo shirt appears from the bottom instead of the zombie and softly says “Boo!” in an effeminate, almost teasing voice. Once again, the background music is higher-pitched, and the advertised product is K-fee Latte Macchiato Classic.
  • Golf (Light): A man in a Demon mask appears from below instead of the upside-down gargoyle from above and says “Roooaaar!” in a calm voice. He can already be seen clumsily attempting to hide at the bottom of the screen before he rises up. There are more birds chirping in the background than in the original version. This spot advertises K-fee Latte Macchiato Vanilla.

K-fee magazine advertisements

Between December 2006 and February 2009, K-fee released multiple pictures based advertisements within magazine's presumably in Germany. Not much is known about these advertisements, such as what magazines they appeared in.

Awards

K-fee has won two awards for their advertisements.

  • Clio Awards 2005 (Bronze Award): K-fee's InvestmentLove, Relaxation and Christmas radio advertisements. [2]
  • Cannes Lions 2005 (Silver Award): K-fee's Car, Golf and Beach television commercials. [3]
  • Shots Award 2004. Issue #83: K-fee's Beach and Golf television commercials.[4]

Cast & Crew

The K-fee crew on recording set, June 10th, 2004.
  • Director: Kai Sehr
  • Actors: Brad Johnson (Zombie), Adam Johnson (Gargoyle / Batboy)
  • Producer: Kai Stoecker
  • Advertising Agency: Jung von Matt (Hamburg, Germany)
  • Creative Directors: Costantin Kaloff, Ove Gley
  • Art Director: Frank Aldorf
  • Production Company: Cobblestone Filmproduktion
  • Sound Design: Doublehead
  • Post Production: Deli Pictures
  • Copywriters: Daniel Frericks, Eskil Puhl
  • Aired on the following channels: ProSieben, Kabel Eins, Sat 1

Parodies

On the Internet, an alternate ending shows, instead of the product and the slogan, the text: "Now...Go Change Your Shorts And Get Back To Work!" in Arial Black instead of the normal ending; the video has gained over 12 million views as of 2018.[5] Other manifestations of this ad include being sent as part of a chain-mail which supposedly depicts a ghost appearing during the filming of a television ad (sometimes from Great Britain); the viewer is instructed to follow the car closely, as a "mist" is supposed to appear next to the car at some point. The "mist", of course, never does appear, and the commercial plays out as described above, much to the chagrin of the viewer.

The Amazing World of Gumball

In the Cartoon Network animated series Template:Best, the episode named "The Internet", parodies the K-fee commercials. In one scene, Gumball and Darwin appear randomly browsing the web while watching videos. Among these videos, they come across what is implied to be the K-fee Car ad.[6]

Gumball watches the video, commenting on the white car driving through the hills and staring closely at the screen, when suddenly the loud scream is heard, causing him to have an intense reaction which gets recorded and posted to the web. The rest of the episode involves Gumball trying to get the video removed, which has given him unwanted fame.[7]

Gallery

Videos

File:KfeeNoScream.ogg K-fee Car ad soundtrack.

References

  1. 34° 00′ 58.18″ N, 116° 09′ 34.27″ W
  2. http://web.archive.org/web/20060322124946/http://www.clioawards.com/awards/index.cfm?page=2&medium=ra&prize=gc&search=0
  3. http://web.archive.org/web/20051001011222/http://www.canneslions.com/winners/pdf/CL2005_Film_Winners.pdf
  4. video.screamer.wiki/videos/watch/f6744986-845c-4a17-aec4-184a1634891f
  5. youtube.com/watch?v=HqGsT6VM8Vg Version with alternate text.
  6. https://www.amazon.com/gp/video/detail/B00DI3AZDI/ref=atv_dp#btf-product-details The Internet episode.
  7. The Amazing World of Gumball, Gumball | Uploading An Embarrassing Video | The Internet | Cartoon Network, retrieved 2018-12-26 https://youtu.be/jjq_LkeTuyE?t=19s

Links

Television advertisements

NOTE: The following videos contain screamers!

English

  • Car: youtube.com/watch?v=buhMz2Bh4cc
  • Fishing: youtube.com/watch?v=HGTsojFNm1s
  • Buddha: youtube.com/watch?v=378At8DUXzE
  • Golf: youtube.com/watch?v=HDGAn_KaJd0
  • Beach: video.screamer.wiki/videos/watch/e269eb4b-0ae4-4d53-ab74-9a1017c5bfa4
  • Meadow: youtube.com/watch?v=XwGJIU8eFUM
  • Yoga: youtube.com/watch?v=C1GzUfmFMmk
  • Surfing: youtube.com/watch?v=-JUbW0c885Q
  • Boardwalk: youtube.com/watch?v=hRCXh0924qE

German

  • Auto: youtube.com/watch?v=nAJz11chQDc
  • Fishing: youtube.com/watch?v=5L5nLvPsb38
  • Buddha: youtube.com/watch?v=n6iOXV_fHTY
  • Buddha (Possible unfinished version): youtube.com/watch?v=d1mDJhkXzro
  • Golf: youtube.com/watch?v=fMVzj9OVNUw
  • Beach: youtube.com/watch?v=hAlz3-xtkTY
  • Beach (Possible unfinished version): youtube.com/watch?v=UHhcI1569FI
  • Meadow: youtube.com/watch?v=cR-hHVEw3r8
  • Yoga: youtube.com/watch?v=92cAL1GEmKU
  • Surfing: youtube.com/watch?v=erSh4x6VF8E
  • Boardwalk: youtube.com/watch?v=aKgl9A_hsT8

Radio advertisements

NOTE: The following videos contain screamers!

  • Investment: youtube.com/watch?v=y-nXSyxI7Kg
  • Love: youtube.com/watch?v=Pp3fm8mUtic
  • Relaxation: youtube.com/watch?v=nfYpiZ2gw8o
  • Christmas: youtube.com/watch?v=HlNUI7VA1fE

Latte Macchiato (light commercials)

NOTE: The following videos do not contain screamers.

  • Car: youtube.com/watch?v=Z8N0QiHc43M
  • Beach: youtube.com/watch?v=EdZuqmi7-5M
  • Golf: youtube.com/watch?v=31z8xaYDONA

Languages

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See Also


Comments



Lawiki1534

23 months ago
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Comments are back!

Anonymous #1

23 months ago
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I'm glad we're back in business.

Anonymous #7

19 months ago
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im glad this whole thing is back in general

Anonymous #39

8 months ago
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heyeyyy admin

Anonymous #39

8 months ago
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heyeyyy admin

Anonymous #2

21 months ago
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  • soft music plays* monster:AAAAAAAAH voice:K-fee...

Anonymous #7

19 months ago
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Do you know who did the whispering?

Anonymous #2

21 months ago
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REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

SwiftMantis

21 months ago
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Don’t get scared. Here are the coordinates as of now still looking: Car 43.1608667, -0.4041207 Beach 34.0210 -118-5096 Beach 2 (Boardwalk)

35.5755 -121133

Frogg

21 months ago
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Someone made a HD version of the K fee ad.

Screamerfanatic2011

21 months ago
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THE HD VERSION IS SOOOOOOO SCARY! THERE IS A EYE THAT SO WIDE ON TOP OF HER RIGHT EYE AND SHE IS BLUE.

Anonymous #7

19 months ago
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it was a prototype

Anonymous #48

6 months ago
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that was just test footage of brad jonson in blue screen

Anonymous #3

21 months ago
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Nobody appears to be talking a lot on here

Chianticat10

20 months ago
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Yeah... A quiet little place, if you are into that kinda thing...

Anonymous #7

19 months ago
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I wish more people would come on here

SkyBlueCat

6 months ago
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@Replying to Anonymous #7: Yes, i don't want this wiki to be alone, and there is nothing people around talking, just silence...., I wish....

Anonymous #4

20 months ago
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WARNING SCREEN IS FOUND HERE: youtube.com/watch?v=qu3YVe55KC0

Anonymous #7

19 months ago
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Finder Lurker is a K-fee expert.

Anonymous #7

19 months ago
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I actually am Finder Lurker haha!

Anonymous #5

19 months ago
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Hi - Ben here, uploader of most original YouTube links.

Made all links public after realising some were private and/or accessible.

Should all work now.

Cheers :)

Anonymous #5

19 months ago
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For example the German "Fishing" upload is a low quality duplicate I was unaware of.

It's available in normal quality along with everything else on my actual channel.

I'll post links here soon :)

Anonymous #7

19 months ago
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You're the original uploader of the all of the first ads uploaded to youtube?

Anonymous #6

19 months ago
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I'm sorry, but he zombie actor is hawt.

Anonymous #7

19 months ago
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i can see what you mean

Anonymous #7

19 months ago
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Brad and Adam normally Adam has a beard and he had to shave every inch of hair on his body in order to do the conmercials according to his Twitter

Anonymous #8

19 months ago
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oof.

Anonymous #9

17 months ago
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My own lites! Meadow (Lite)- Zombie pops up with a 'Nya!' And has cats ears

Golf (Lite 2)- It plays out like the normal add, but as soon as the gargoyle's face is on the screen... THUNK! The gargole falls to the ground. A faint 'Oh jeez... Zombie help his out.' Did head just before it ends

Anonymous #9

17 months ago
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Him*

Anonymous #9

17 months ago
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Is heard* My autocorrect is a butt.

Anonymous #36

9 months ago
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what is the third one, mine would be for beach, where a cute little ghost pops out of a box and says 'peekaboo i see you'

Anonymous #9

17 months ago
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Who else is here from sssnioerwolf?

Anonymous #9

17 months ago
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SSSniperwolf*

SwiftMantis

15 months ago
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Did he do some review on the ads or something?

Anonymous #35

9 months ago
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1 their a girl 2 no, they put the kfee zombie in their vid

Sorry that sounded rude i was being nice and helping

Rorothescreamerfan FANBASE ACCOUNT

16 months ago
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i still can’t believe these commercials are going to be 15 this year

KAAAi643

16 months ago
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I know right?

SwiftMantis

15 months ago
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But wasn’t the car commercial made in 1999? I could be wrong, but it seems like a lot of people say that about them. Well, I don’t know, even if it was, it would be considered VELLY high tech for the time for them to make this ad.

Anonymous #10

15 months ago
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god dang it k fee

SwiftMantis

15 months ago
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It’s always coming.

SwiftMantis

15 months ago
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We need to move the filming locations into here for once. While in quarantine we could continue to find all of the locations of all the other ads. I mean I know I could make a couple guesses cause of Southern California being the only clue for everything else, but I just wanna be SURE, that we’re shooting in the right direction.

Anonymous #11

14 months ago
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Does cobblestone productions know about the popularity of these ads?

Anonymous #12

13 months ago
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WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARGH!

So wach warst du noch nie?

K-Fee

Anonymous #13

11 months ago
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Ever been so wide awake?

Anonymous #14

11 months ago
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Adam normally has a beard.

Anonymous #15

11 months ago
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I like the sound of the scream in kfee

Anonymous #16

11 months ago
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Came here from tobypasta.

Anonymous #15

11 months ago
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can we still buy a kfee coffee?

Anonymous #17

11 months ago
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I heard it just tastes like ordinary coffee and sweet at the same time

Anonymous #18

11 months ago
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Adam still checks his twitter every now and then

Anonymous #19

11 months ago
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Let's talk about the filming locations here now shall we? Megathread anyone?

Anonymous #20

11 months ago
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where is the car commercial location? i hope it's france.

Anonymous #21

11 months ago
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The beach is santa monica like in gta as far as my knowledge goes. looks kinda like it

Anonymous #22

11 months ago
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1. car - france 2. beach - la 3. moonstone also in cali 4. meadow - california (wine country) 5. buddah - somewhere in palm springs or la 6. yoga joshua tree 7. golf - palm springs

8. surfing is in either half moon bay or crescent city

Anonymous #23

11 months ago
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I WANNA KNOW THE BUDDHA AND MEADOW LOCATIONS

Anonymous #24

11 months ago
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Does anyone know the surfer location?

Anonymous #25

11 months ago
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the car is one is either germany or france, it said it was filmed next to the kfee headquarters but i dont know. it said it somewhere.

Anonymous #26

11 months ago
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Does anyone know the fishing location?

LightBeerPong

11 months ago
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Moonstone Beach for the Boardwalk advert, and then then Santa Monica for the Beach Advert. I don't know anything else.

Anonymous #27

11 months ago
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The fishing location could be Minnesota. it said it on the k-fee wiki

Anonymous #28

11 months ago
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i saw the beach and the boardwalk location on google maps. its gta v los santos.

Anonymous #29

11 months ago
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The meadow one is from central california, but what tree is it??

Anonymous #30

11 months ago
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Can we talk about the new ads locations here too?

DickCheese44

11 months ago
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The buddah one looks like it could be anywhere tbh, as long as it has palm trees

SwiftMantis

10 months ago
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We got a discord server for the locations of the K-fee commercials! Join this everyone!

https://discord.gg/65YarF

Anonymous #48

6 months ago
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there is a kfee movie coming out that said it was rumetaka hill in new zealand (does not mean it is)

Anonymous #31

11 months ago
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k-fee from everybody.

Anonymous #32

10 months ago
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I wanna get a K-fee coffee NOW!!!!!

Anonymous #33

10 months ago
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It will boost your day i see.....

DevinMillar

10 months ago
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I'm Finder Lurker.

Anonymous #38

8 months ago
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Hey devin, nice videos

Anonymous #36

7 months ago
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k-fee hill is in france, right here 34° 00′ 58.18″ N, 116° 09′ 34.27″ W, probably where the commercial starts, i know you wanted to know where the k fee hill is in your video, good luck!

Anonymous #34

10 months ago
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That whisper is (k-fee)

Anonymous #34

10 months ago
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In light commercials it do not have a screamer Car: watch pu=679 Beach: hu67=/$3

Golf: roar6789=+$98

Anonymous #34

10 months ago
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Actors: Brad Johnson (Zombie) Adam Johnson (Gargoyle / Batboy)

Anonymous #34

10 months ago
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Auto: Watch Ghv=6557chv

Anonymous #36

9 months ago
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when i first saw k fee i thought, "whoever made this stuff is evil"

Anonymous #36

9 months ago
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glad this stuff is off air now

Anonymous #36

9 months ago
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explains why a german elderly woman died, i would rather drink decaf

Anonymous #36

9 months ago
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i wonder who whispered 'k fee' at the end of the commercial

Anonymous #36

9 months ago
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btw they forgot about the modern kfee ads made last year

Anonymous #36

9 months ago
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i just think it is a weird advertising/marketing strategy

Anonymous #36

9 months ago
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also there is another reference to k fee in the amazing world of gumball in an episode called the recipe where they try to find out how anton is still alive after drowning in the pool, they do it by trying to kill them, and one of them is where they send anton a video through email and when anton (a piece of toast) clicks on the video, you can hear the actual audio from the k fee commercial and you see anton's eyescturn into x's and his hands are on his chest and then he falls off his chair and onto the floor

Sarah davis

9 months ago
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holy shit this page is long

SkyBlueCat

8 months ago
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that's the point, infamous screamers always have a history behind it

Anonymous #47

6 months ago
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it must be all the comments

Anonymous #37

8 months ago
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The screamer from this video was also used in mentally disturbing by contron. I recommend you to add mentally disturbing.

Anonymous #39

8 months ago
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Ahhhh.. my first nightmare.

Anonymous #40

8 months ago
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i remember almost having to go to the hospital after watching the ghost car ad, im glad i was able to find the name of it

Anonymous #41

8 months ago
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This should be illegal.

SkyBlueCat

6 months ago
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I think thats the point of the commercial, the commercial got banned and you should be happy about that.

Anonymous #42

8 months ago
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this was the first youtube video

Anonymous #43

8 months ago
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did that car crash?

Anonymous #44

8 months ago
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What about that Regan MacNeil Screamer from The Scary Maze Game?

Anonymous #48

6 months ago
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that jumpscare has nothing to do with this.

Anonymous #36

7 months ago
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hmmm

Anonymous #45

7 months ago
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never knew that my childhood would have been this eventful in the k-fee fanbase

Anonymous #46

7 months ago
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Zombie: “RAAAAAAH!”

Harold: (Screams) (Starts smashing his keyboard) “NOOO THAT SCARED THE SHIT OUT OF ME!”
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