School Asks Kids to Tone Down 'Hump Day' Camel Impressions

Geico's commercial is so popular that it has become too distracting for one school.
2:26 | 10/08/13

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Only tuesday. But we're going to look at the humpday ad getting so much attention. It is infectious. Some would say it's annoying. But it makes every day hump day. And paula faris has more. Reporter: I have a smile on my face. Whether this commercial makes you laugh or change the channel, this is geico's most widely-shared ad of all time. Everyone seems to be getting in on it. Making it a humpday campbell. I know you can hear me. Mike, mike, mike, mike. Reporter: Asking a simple question. Uh-oh. Guess what day it is. Guess what day it is. Huh? Anybody? Reporter: Until finally, they give the answer you want. Leslie, guess what today is. It's humpday. Woo woo. Reporter: Call it humpday hysteria. Geico's quirky camel commercial has been viewed 16 million times on youtube. And the parodies and reposts -- are nearing 50,000. Come on. You can hear me. Reporter: Here, a family re-enacts the entire commercial. Mike, mike, mike. Reporter: The humpday hype became such a distraction, they had to ask the kids to tone it down. Everyone's walking around in the hallways saying it's humpday. Reporter: The school superintendent, telling abc news, this is something that happens in every middle school in the country, every day. As for geico, they're focusing on what would make anyone happy. As soon as the camel idea was born, they knew they were on to something. But for a company that's keen on the animal animal known as camel, might beat them all. Now, kids seem to gravitate towards the camel. According to geico, he's an eight-foot-tall harry child. This isn't the last time you've seen of the camel. He will be back. I'm sure. No doubt about that. That makes sam happy. Yeah. I love that commercial. I love it. Don't -- just -- I love it. Yeah.

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