To celebrate the 45th anniversary of the Mercedes-AMG, the company has come out with an ad that shows the only place where it's socially acceptable for men to cry: inside the car going over a hundred miles per hour.
The ad starts off with a close-up on a man's face. After about five seconds, a tear starts to slowly come out of his eye, but instead of going downwards, the tear rolls back vertically. With a quick pan out viewers see that the man is flying down the road in a Mercedes-AMG with a smile on his face, crying with pure joy (or from the wind). The commercial then ends with the statement that this Mercedes car is "the only place where men can cry."
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