The man who dances for a bank card

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Matt Harding, the man who dances around the worldis back in a commercial, shot in Asia. He's changed sponsors. From now on, he advertises for a bank card instead of a brand of chewing gum... A good vein, this little travelling dance!

An ad for a credit card

What's funny is the parodies born around this idea. Matt collected them on this page from his blog (see below).

thank you, Alimatafor bringing this new spot to my attention! I have to admit that I also have the famous credit card... But I can't promise to do the same on my next trip to Thailand! 


ADD. May 2010 : Matt is now dancing for the 2010 Football World Cup!
→ The Man Who Dances in South Africa

ADD. October 2011: Matt came to dance at Place Bellecour in Lyon!
→ The man who dances around the world... in Lyon

ADD. December 2011: Matt dances for the tourist office Thailand (and always for a credit card ...)
→ The return of the man who dances in Thailand


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  1. This time, the commercial is clear. But it's still fun, and we're revising currencies. I just wish Matt had fallen through the cracks, because that would have been too funny. 🙄

  2. Some malicious tongues say Matt is dancing on all cylinders 😆
    It is true that in addition to chewing gum, he also danced for Yahoo:
    before being approached by Visa Asia:
    By the way, I think he got a little thick with our friend Matt.
    Could we have found a factor favoring obesity with the Visa card?

    So Corinne, you thought about it ❓
    What did you find for us 💡

  3. @ Nono:
    Yes, well seen the shot of the boat. Everyone regrets that he did not capsized !!!

    @ Alimata:
    Pfff ... But what a bad language you do, Alimata!
    😛 😈
    Well, I think.
    - I hang my backpacker's hammock in the halls of all the chic hotels in the world?
    - I prepare a chore with my brother and we do it in duet everywhere in local folk costumes?
    - I travel 42 countries in tuk-tuk?
    - I'm going to challenge all the clownfish of the oceans (private joke: especially those where there are plastic triangles that float and spoil the photos)?
    - I test all ATMs in the world with my Visa Premier in one hand and my snorkel in the other (in case a clownfish lurking in the shadows would go on the attack)?

    😕 😆

  4. I vote for the 42 countries in tuk-tuk!

    Yes, the vein of Matt is great, but I wonder every time he is not afraid of being stung his camera by self-filming as well ... lol

  5. In fact, he has not been filming himself for a long time ...

    Well, as soon as I manage to get a tuk-tuk, I'm sorry. The hammock project would be easier to implement. I already have the equipment!

  6. The duet with sis seems to me to be a good plan provided that it is in Breton costumes 🙂
    I can see you quite well in a curler in James Bond island, on a long-tail boat, in a bar in Patong, with a block on your back... in a cheerleader type choreography 😆
    I had considered simpler and with the possibility of having you sponsored by your employer: To be filmed reading OF in the four corners of Thailand 😈
    Go for it... 😯

  7. Neither my sister nor I have ever worn a Breton suit... that would be a first! As for my sister, she has never worn a block in her life: she is more the type to snorkel with the yellow vest of the Thais or Koreans in order to stay as far as possible from the beasts that evolve at the bottom... 😆

    I'm looking into the other possibility... But I doubt my employer will put a dime into such an operation!!! 😕

    What would be more relevant would be to find people from Western France, living abroad (and not only in Thailand), who still read the duck thanks to the website, and to film them with the OF in their hands. So, I'd have to set up a large-scale operation: a world tour of people who read OF abroad... 😀