For years, I've lived a double life. In the day, I do my job I ride the bus, roll up my sleeves with the hoi polloi. But at night, I live a life of exhilaration, of missed heartbeats and adrenalin. And, if the truth be known, a life of dubious virtue. I won't deny it I've been engaged in violence, even indulged in it. I've maimed and killed adversaries and not merely in self-defence. I've exhibited disregard for life, limb and property, and savoured every moment. You may not think it, to look at me, but I have commanded armies and conquered worlds. And though in achieving these things I've set morality aside, I have no regrets. For though I've led a double life, at least I can say: I've lived.
If you are interested in a more complete analysis of the ad read Dejan Petroviks article here. You can also read the citation written for the ad when it was inducted into the CLIO hall of fame in 2007 here.
I wonder what ever happened to that little girl who uttered the immortal phrase "and conquered worlds"?