Letâ€™s take a trip down memory lane. Below are nine of my favorite viral video ads of 2013. GEICO â€œHump Day Camelâ€ As part of its â€œGet Happy, Get GEICOâ€ campaign, this TV ad features a talking camel repeatedly asking his â€œcoworkersâ€ what day of the week it is. Surely, anyone with a desk job can relate to this animalâ€™s love of Wednesdaysâ€¦ and a good pun. Soon after the commercial aired during the Super Bowl, phrases like â€œMike, Mike, Mikeâ€ and â€œItâ€™s hump dayâ€ became part of Planitâ€™s office lingo. Kmart â€œShip My Pantsâ€ This hilarious TV spot uses juvenile humor to promote Kmartâ€™s Shop Your Way service where customers can ship anythingâ€”pants, drawers, and bedsâ€”in the store directly to their homes for free. Watching customers of all ages claim they just â€œshipped their pantsâ€ in Kmart had me and the rest of the country in stitches, and it proves that a good sense of humor makes for a memorable ad. Evian â€œBaby & Meâ€ This commercial promotes Evianâ€™s â€œLive Youngâ€ campaign. Featuring a â€œHotstepperâ€ remix and reflections of adults as dancing babies, Evian entertains us for well over a minute. Because who can resist an adorable baby? Ram Trucks â€œFarmerâ€ Ram Trucks tells a touching story about why God made the farmer. The mesmerizing voiceover and the strong emotional message awed Super Bowl party attendees across America. AT&T â€œCutest Grapeâ€ Out of the mouths of babes. In AT&Tâ€™s â€œItâ€™s Not Complicatedâ€ campaign, a deadpan host interviews adorably hilarious kids about why getting things faster is better. The cutest grape spot is one of my favorites. MGM/Carrie â€œTelekinetic Coffee Shop Surpriseâ€ To help promote the new Carrie film, a hidden camera experiment captures the reactions of unsuspecting customers at a New York City coffee shop as they witness a telekinetic event. How would you react? Iâ€™d like to think Iâ€™d be able to keep it together but letâ€™s be honest: Iâ€™d probably â€œship my pants.â€ â€œPhonebloksâ€ The creators of Phonebloks use this simple video to effectively explain a high-tech concept to the general public and plead their case for a modular phone that reduces waste. Chipotle â€œThe Scarecrowâ€ Chipotle created a companion film for their new app-based game. The Scarecrow helps tell a story about the need for more wholesome, sustainable food. This film reminds us that healthy, all-natural ingredients are what we should be fueling ourselves with. Kmart â€œShow Your Joeâ€ In another edgy spot from Kmart, weâ€™re introduced to a handsome group of men stripped down to their drawers performing â€œJingle Bellsâ€ with pelvic thrusts. I mean, whatâ€™s not to love here?