Moms, there are a few things we picked up from this car commercial: Your counters are sticky, you love leftovers and a thong makes your butt itch.
But all jokes aside, motherhood can be a combination of hilarity and hardships, and this three-minute commercial for the Fiat 500L is apparently meant to show us real thing.
The ad, which features a mother rapping about "The Motherhood," is meant depict the life of a busy mom who pleases everyone, while "living large" on a daily basis, according to the company.
The video, posted on December 13 and now with over 2 million views, shows a mom of three rapping about her nursing bra, episiotomy stitches and her quest to get her pre-mommy body back. You know, exactly the kind of things you talk about on a daily basis.
But we'll admit, some verses were true: Parents often try to find balance with busy schedules, naps can be a lifesaver and there's pleasure to be had in posting baby photos on Facebook.
In 2010, Toyota ran a similar rap-video-disguised-as-commercial for their Sienna SE, or the "Swagger Wagon", which featured a mom and dad duo rapping about bake sales, tea parties and their honour-roll kids. And last August, a couple decided to release their own "Parent Rap," which now has over 1 million views.
YouTube users had mixed views on 'The Motherhood': Most found it funny, while others called out the confusion about the lack of an actual car commercial, and the similarities to the "Swagger Wagon" video.
So we're wondering — is this commercial a realistic (and funny) portrayal of the parenting life, or a misrepresentation of modern motherhood? Let us know in the comments below:
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