New Google Home Ad Stars Gay Family [VIDEO]

Gay dads and their kids rush to get their day started in the new Google Home ad titled Carpool released yesterday. Android Central explains the update behind the ad:

From the beginning Google Home wasn’t going to make much sense if it was tied to a single account, and now several months after launch we have proper multi-user support for the connected smart speaker. Google Home will now connect to six Google accounts simultaneously, and tailor responses based on the voice profile of the person who asked the question. This makes Google Home dramatically more useful for those who have the speaker placed in a shared space in the house, letting each person in the family get responses on their appointments, commute and tasks individually.


(Tipped by JMG reader Paul)

  • perversatile

    So, Dad doesn’t get a kiss ‘good-bye’ from Dad?

    • bambinoitaliano

      No. There’s an app for that. :p

    • Dot Beech

      They already had hot animal sex for 45 minutes before getting the kids out of bed. Ask Google to play the audio for you.

      • Frostbite

        What? No Xtube video?

    • Guest

      Well, I am Rob’s 10:00am meeting. Lol.

  • Scott E D

    Yay we’re just like straight people. Vomit!

    • Terriddrury

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    • Except we don’t kiss or hug.

      • Gustav2

        They are from the Midwest.

        lol

      • Todd20036

        Kissing is for amateurs. Do you really want to know what I do when I greet gay friends?

        • Yes, do tell. I hope it makes me blush.

      • Xiao Ai: The Social Gadfly

        Yes but, did you see the suggestive way he rubbed his spouse’s shoulder?

        IN FRONT OF THE CHEELDRUN!!!!

      • liondon#iamnotatraitor

        We’re also very white… did they pay extra for the blond girl?

      • greenmanTN

        As my mother once told me, sex after 60 is when you pass each other in the hall and say “Fuck you.”

        (Momma was so dainty and demure!)

        • customartist

          My grandmother once told me that if you are served a cocktail that was too strong for you, just take a big swig and swish it around in your mouth for a few moments, swallow, and then you could drink the rest comfortably.

          This is the same grandma who got drunk in Las Vegas and married a stranger.

          • greenmanTN

            Neither of my grandmothers drank alcohol. My maternal grandmother scared the hell out of me because she was religious and I thought was therefore judgemental. I was alone with her once, nervous as hell, and she said about my then partner (it was an open secret, but never spoken about openly) “I’m glad you found each other. I just want you to be happy.”

            It actually makes me laugh a bit because I, from small town Tennessee, had the easiest “coming out” of anyone I know, New York state, California, or any other sophisticated urban hub you care to name, It was really pretty easy, though there were a few complications,

            This was the bonding thing my dad and did together. Every Sunday he would take me to the book store to buy his western novels and Hustler or other “dirty” magazines, and I would collect a pile of comic books, After Dark magazines, and maybe maybe a paperback or two. He never looked at what I wanted, he just paid for them. So from Patricia Nell Warren to Gordon Merrick, he had NO idea how many gay themed books he bought for me!

            I came out to him first because I knew he would be more accepting while my mother was more concerned about “what the neighbors would think.” So yeah, I was very lucky in that regard.

    • lattebud

      And we are pretty. Oh so pretty

    • Cousin Bleh

      Well, let’s see, you just generalized the entire LGBT populace based on representation of 2 individuals.

      So, yup, you ARE just like straight people.

      • McSwagg

        He’s one of those gay nazis who demand that you conform to his idea of gay life. I’ve been attacked out of nowhere numerous times by his type for being “insufficiently gay” in their eyes. Mostly it’s because I don’t fit the popular stereotypes. They seem to have some type of deep seated anger that they need to externalize against someone else.

        In my opinion, there are as many ways to be LGBT as there are LGBT people. We are as diverse as any other human group. You be you and I’ll be me.

        • Scott E D

          My comment is about seeing these same two types of individuals every time a major cooporation decides to put gays in their ads. It’s not a comment on how you’ve decided to live your life. So, don’t put words in my mouth.

          • McSwagg

            That’s what they always say.

            To quote you, “Vomit!”

  • TuuxKabin

    I hope they take advantage of the free entrance days in the US national parks.

    http://www.countryliving.com/life/travel/a41244/us-national-park-free-entrance-days-2017/

    • BJORN RAGNVALDR

      Yeah, while they still exist before being sold off to support the impending boom in coal mining

    • Lars Littlefield

      By the way: If you’re 65 years-old you can go to any national park or local office and buy a (what’s left of your) lifetime pass for $10 — good for entrance to every national park in the 50 States. 😉

      • netman extraordinaire

        My folks have this and it’s great. We went to Joshua Tree a couple weeks back and used it. However, I heard it was going way up for future enrollees. Something like $90? Sad.

  • dcurlee

    Love it. But guess what, the explosion comes in 3,2,1

  • Bluto

    Step 1 acknowledge gay peeps exist.
    Step 2 spur outrage & boycott.
    Step 3 profit.
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/82d98cde5b4c8a6ca6041a8e6715b6770d09a1183529107005100c9547967e3a.jpg

  • barrixines

    Gruesome. Stinky. Cringe-inducing.

    Hey Google can you tell me why your advert makes me feel that way?

    • Cousin Bleh

      Because of your self-internalized homophobia? Probably should talk to your therapist, not Google, about that.

      • barrixines

        Ooh ooh ooh – psychiatrist on the internet. Can you read palms too?

        • Cousin Bleh

          I only read trolls.

          • barrixines

            Look unless you actually made the advert yourself you’re over invested in this and being quite silly resorting to ad homs and insulting me. I found the advert smug particularly the de trop French speaking kid. I find the product it is advertising creepy in the extreme. I don’t look towards corporations validating my experience as a gay man. You are welcome to disagree with all of those points.

            I’ve been commenting on JMG for quite a while now and have never felt the need to be rude to someone who hasn’t been directly rude to me. It’s a shoddy way to engage with people.

  • Cackalaquiano

    Well so much for the rural, poor evangelical Christian market for Google Home.

    • Harley

      Oh, the butt hurt must be excruciating.

      • Rambie

        Not even a Chaffetz enema party could relax that group.

      • Todd20036

        I’ve been told it’s a good kind of pain.
        We ARE talking about the same thing. RIght?

    • Frostbite

      Don’t worry. They will boycott Google soon and they will go under any century now.

    • lymis

      There is some deeply sarcastic (and funny because it’s true) commentary on what a “rural, poor, evangelical Christian” would get as a response to “Hey Google, tell me about my day.” But some shots are too easy.

      • Gustav2

        “You are behind in your Soul Winning!”

      • John

        “Don’t make any plans…it’s gonna be a reallllly short day…oh, and yeah, repent, repent, repent”

      • SFHarry

        Pray, catch a squirrel, pray, eat barbecue, pray, hate someone, pray, sleep.(some days do meth and catch a crawdad).

    • DaddyRay

      That is “Google Trailer”

      • Menergy

        Had to mop up my keyboard after that one! LOLOLOL

        • DaddyRay

          Sorry about that 🙂

      • ted-

        And such cute dads!

        • Mirnawwetzel

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      • kcken

        OMG.. that needs a video. It could like, tell you things about King Reagan, and how America once was the only nation to have the true (white) Jesus. You know, “facts” rural christians want to hear.

      • That made me laugh, and I grew up in a trailer without electricity.

        • Bj Lincoln

          Sorry to hear that. My oldest best friend grew up in a large shed with no electricity. At night they slept fully dressed all together. She is so funny about clothes now. Lets just say you must knock and wait for her to grab a robe before going in the house. 🙂

      • trouble94114

        or for the more upscale ones.”google doublewide”

      • Todd Allis

        I have Amazon Echos in my trailer. Now you can set them to respond to “computer.” 🙂

        Computer, lights on! Pretty fancy for a mobile home.

      • gothambear

        Maybe they’ll sell a free tire repair kit along with that trailer home…

        • customartist

          Upgraded underpinning: barn wood or faux stone

    • John

      It sez cheer in my buybull this here thang is a-gonna make me a homo…that its the tool of the debbil…REPENT! The End Is Near!!!

    • SnowFlake

      Ha! It would cut into their weapons fund.

  • Gustav2
    • liondon#iamnotatraitor

      Is that a glamour shot of Chelsea Clinton?

  • lattebud

    Voice didn’t finish… “Your first appointment isn’t until 10 am with the divorce attorney. Then lunch with quote Rhonda unquote.”

  • Reality.Bites

    This commercial shows a deeply perverted lifestyle;e unacceptable to decent Americans.

    The kid openly speaks French.

    • Lars Littlefield

      L’horreur de tout ça! Appelle la police.

    • His Holy Sh1t the Donald TRAMP

      DEPORT THE KIDS

    • Xiao Ai: The Social Gadfly

      Can you pick me up some orange juice too if you’re heading to the store?

      • Yes, I can but I swear this is the last trip until next week…

    • Archipelagos

      Step 4. Buy Nutella.

      • Natty Enquirer

        NO!!! I’ve been clean for weeks!

        • Archipelagos

          Come back to the dark (nutty) side, you know you want to…

      • Ben in Oakland

        Made with PALM OIL. I don’t eat it any more.

      • JCF

        Step 5. YOUR turn to do the dishes? Need I remind you? Again?

      • customartist

        It’s like cake frosting, but sickeningly sweeter

  • easygoingmister

    They’re cute, but the corporate wiretap is a little creepy.

  • Xiao Ai: The Social Gadfly

    Dear Joe,…

    We hear at One or Two Screechers don’t want our potty mouthed cheeldren saying the words gay. Faggot and Dyke has always been our preferred slur of people who are sexually attractive to anyone other than what Gawd intended in solely the Missionary Position,…

    • Librarykid

      Dear Social Gadfly, You are presuming to know what Gawd intended for those people. Gawd probably intended for those people to be like they are, just as Gawd intended for you to grow out of your small closed mind.

      • Xiao Ai: The Social Gadfly

        I don’t presume to know what Gawd intended because there is no Gawd. What I’m presuming is a lack of effort to become educated. You’re presuming that Gawd is intending them to be like they are and that anyone who doesn’t believe in a Gawd is small minded.

        • Librarykid

          I thought you were scripting a character because Gawd was brought into the conversation and it was stated that that Gawd intended for them to have sex a certain way. The small mindedness is not for believing in Gawd, but for not accepting others a valid representatives of humanity, as was expressed by the character you penned. If there is no Gawd and you are not putting words into someone’s mouth other than your own, why mention Gawd at all? Leaving Gawd totally out of the picture, did you have any choice in your sexual orientation?

          • Xiao Ai: The Social Gadfly

            Leaving Gawd totally out of the picture, did you have any choice in your sexual orientation?

            And the answer is yes, and no.

  • Matt

    Ross is HOT

  • Blake Jordan

    Ironically, the video is not viewable on YouTube’s restricted (family friendly) mode…

    • customartist

      CBN

  • Lars Littlefield

    For some reason that commercial reminds me of my mother during her seven-year depression throwing on a house coat and speeding me off to school in her bare feet. I was always late for class and always suffered the assholeness of teachers who felt it necessary to punish me for my mother’s inability to deal with their schedule. If we’d had Google spying on us in those days it would most likely have yelled, “Get your shit together, bitch. And don’t forget to give the kid lunch money!”

  • Bubba in TX

    I always wonder what platforms these commercials play on.

    For instance, this ad is too long for TV. Plus (if I recall correctly) the only TV ads that have featured a gay family for more than a split second are Campbell’s Soup and (maybe, if it got to air) Cheerios.

    I suppose the kids aren’t watching commercials on TV anymore, anyway. Or actual TV.

    I’m suspicious that these kinds of ads only run on gay and gay-friendly sites.

  • Dana Chilton

    That kitchen is as big as my whole house

  • SDG

    Certainly put a big smile on my face!

  • trouble94114

    I have to call “Fake” on the whole video. Seriously, who has ever been in a couple where you’re both trying to get ready for work at the same time? One of you is always going to be in your “Do Not Mess With Me before I’ve had my coffee” mode.

  • Lane

    Oh, cool! Google has invented a universal translator, just like Professor Farnsworth in Futurama:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gO_1dEOkb_U

  • SnowFlake

    Those three ladies who make up the million Moms must be shitting their stretch pants about now.

  • customartist

    And for God’s sake don’t let them be seen kissing goodbye!
    Why, it wouldn’t be normal!