Heard — or, rather, misheard — in a tv commercial for Oral-B electric toothbrushes (which can be viewed here):
(1) I’m never going back to Emanuel Brush.
when what the actor was saying was:
(2) I’m never going back to a manual brush.
Now, since I have [ǝ] (rather than [ɪ]) in the first syllable of the name Emanuel and the indefinite article a [ǝ] usually forms a phonological word with the word that follows it, (1) and (2) are in fact normally homophonous for me.
Yes, I don’t know anyone named Emanuel Brush, so I don’t know how the name came to me, in a toothbrush ad, no less.