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FOR MATURE ADULTS ONLY!

It is funny what TV and Commercials do to the brain.

Do not try this at home? Like I would actually pick up a Ford pick up by a screw?

Would I really call my doctor after taking viagra and it was three hours later? Or would I, well you get the idea.

Jared, come on lost 600 pounds eating Subway? What he ate one sandwich a day and thats it?

Doesn't the chick on the Herpes Medicine commercial make you think she is a bit, again you know what I mean. I wonder how she is looked at by her friends and family after doing that commerical.

Who is audtioning for a role to do a silly dance and touch body parts that are affected by:Nausea, heartburn, indigestion, upset stomach, diarrhea?Hey! Pepto-Bismol!I'm watching the Seinfeld and this stupid commercial for Pepto-Bismol. Now I can't get this song out of my head. And I think about the actors in it. Do they brag to their friends that they're in it? Do they put this on their resum├ęs?Look, I appreciate Pepto-Bismol. When you need it, you need it. But I watch this commercial, and the entire series of them, and I feel embarrassed for the actors.

Finally, the Outback ones with the guys in the tight jeans GIMMEE A BREAK

Am I alone?

posted by One Man's Struggle To Take It Easy @ 9:57 PM,

2 Comments:

At 12:53 PM, Blogger LunarWorld said...

I agree. Commercials are getting more and more insipid, as are TV shows. And I often wonder, who are they targeting? Because it's not me.

There are still a couple good ones out there, though. The new Skittles one is great. I like those ones for the insurance company whose name I can't remember -- don't think the ads are working then? -- especially the one where the bridesmaids plunge over the cliff like lemmings.

 
At 8:32 AM, Anonymous Jeanette said...

Ugh, it is way out of hand. I am a big channel changer because I have options while commercials are on. I still catch some, though. I just saw an ad for Cotton. I used to love their commercials. It was about different piles of jeans, and the sayings were definitely sex related. You would have to see it to understand. It used to be about the fabric of our lives and how it weaves us all together, and now they are conforming. I can't not buy cotton because of it.

 

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