I recently saw a television commercial for some car (I honestly don't remember the brand) in which a young-ish couple is driving down the road, singing along with the song "Paradise by the Dashboard Light" [the classic hit by Meat Loaf].
At one point the woman starts to caress the man's thigh. And as the two are singing along, suddenly we see their two kids in the back seat going "Yuk" "ew" etc.
"Paradise by the Dashboard Light" is an absolutely hilarious, eight+ minute send up of teenage love, sex, and romance in the 1950s. Parking the car by the lake, describing petting and teen sex as "getting to second base" etc., made even funnier with the play-by-play done by Phil Rizzuto.
But what demographic group are they targeting with this ad? Seniors who remember what it was like back in the 50s and 60s? Or people who were teens in 1978 when the song came out? Or young families of today who might remember their own parents' antics and songs?
This Youtube version has the lyrics but horrible spelling, which just adds to the humour.