It's pretty much inevitable these days. If a song is in any way popular, some one is going to want to use it in a commercial. There was a time when that was considered the cardinal sin of the music industry.

Remember when the Rolling Stones were called "sellouts" for licensing "Start Me Up" to be used to sell Windows 95? (probably not, that was almost 20 years ago.)

Kids today can't imagine a world where their favorite jangley alternative hit ISN'T used to sell coffee or cars or drugs or anything else.

Well, comedian/musician Jon Lajoie is skipping the whole middle part where he makes a song popular, instead using the song itself to beg for a product to shill for.