Welcome to our monthly round-up of the best branded Vines from the last four weeks.

It being February you can expect the usual mixture of Valentine, pancake and Oscar related mirth, along with the odd abominable snowman and terrible joke thrown in for good measure.

It’s an eclectic mix, so pop your headphones on and try your best to concentrate for all of two minutes. Here are the best Vines of February 2015.

Mastercard

It took a multinational financial services corporation to show me the true meaning of Valentine’s Day.

Dunkin Donuts

Keeping with Valentine’s Day, this lady’s mutant ability will see her chained to a conveyor belt in the Dunkin Donuts factory for the rest of her life.

Lowe’s

Lowe’s is your friend. Lowe’s will tell you how to make your life better. Lowe’s will give you skills that you can pass down to future generations.

Lowe’s – basically your dad.

HTC

Heartbreaking when you realise this would have needed to be filmed backwards and that someone’s excellent knitting was ruined.

Ford

Ford returned with it’s A-game this month, in a warning that reinforces how you should never take your eyes off a manic-pixie-dream-girl even for a second.

I’ll give you 50p from my own pocket if you can listen to this one without ripping off your headphones halfway through.

Horrible.

Samsung UK

Samsung has been celebrating pancake day in the most disturbing way possible by making pancakes that look slightly like Paul Hollywood.

Ramsay’s is an improvement though.

Flop off?

Sony Experia

Five points for the Vine. A maximum 10 points for the pun.

Greenpeace USA

Greenpeace asked its followers to send in their worst possible dad jokes in order to support its #SaveTheArctic campaign. No I don’t understand the link either. The responses range from the bad…

to the… uh… well let’s just call this one a ‘thinker’.

Jolly Rancher

For more information on what the term bae means, see this article in Time Magazine. Yeah that’s right.

Intel

So you’re telling me I will need Jim Parsons’ face to unlock my computer? Okay, this is going to get messy.

Hewlett-Packard

Anastasia Steele’s first entry into the red room of pain was sobering if not unrealistic.

Red Bull

Nice to see something creative from Red Bull for a change. If you pause this and squint hard enough you can learn how to make one yourself.

Oh go on then, here’s some extreme sports action. You've been good.

Kia

You’re going to wreck your stylus doing that.

Innocent 

There’s an old saying in the Vine monthly round-up business. Always end with a cat.

For more Vine goodies, check out January's round-up of best Vines.

For best practice guidance, read how brands can be brilliant at Vine.

Christopher Ratcliff

Published 26 February, 2015 by Christopher Ratcliff

Christopher Ratcliff is the editor of Methods Unsound. He was the Deputy Editor of Econsultancy. You can follow him on Twitter or connect via Google+ and LinkedIn

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