Have you seen the online commercial yet? "What do you Poupon?" asks the viral "commercial" which has almost two million views beacuse it makes your inner child giggle at the inappropriate sound of the brand name.
Watch above as a mother admits, "I Poupon my kids' lunches," while a grandma embarrasses her granddaughter by saying, "I Poupon my fingers!" Yes, it's supposed to sound just like, well ... you know. Posted as a "Banned Grey Poupon Ad" on YouTube, the creators Adam Grimes and Jessica Sattelberger have since come forward to further explain.
Was this really an actual commercial by the real makers of the Grey Poupon condiment? Who banned it and from what broadcast?
"Grimes and Sattelberger were flabbergasted when they saw that the video hit 7,000 views," reports the Huffington Post. "To clear things up, Grimes and Sattelberger 'literally did it for fun' and are not associated with the mustard makers in any way, shape or condiment."
"When asked what their ideal response would be from the
Great Grey Poupon, Jessica answered with, 'It would be cool for them to say "We've seen it, and we thought it was pretty funny,'" further reports the Huffington Post.
So ... what do you Poupon?