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Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by ArtisticShowcase, Aug 4, 2006.

  1. ArtisticShowcase

    ArtisticShowcase Senior member

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    Have any of you seen this commercial? It might be the only thing that would drive you insane. The comments on YouTube are even funnier. And this spoof featuring a certain famous headbutt.
     
  2. mr_economy

    mr_economy Senior member

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    Ugh, I HATE this commercial - it makes me more than slightly homicidal every time I'm forced to sit through its repetitive drivel. And now they have one for the rest of the body and are advertising it the exact same way [​IMG]
     
  3. Joffrey

    Joffrey Senior member

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    haha Slate.com rated the commercial and it got a pretty good score.
     
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    rdawson808 Senior member

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    That commercial cracks me up every time i see it. It's so dumb.

    Another is the lipoflavinoid (sp?) where the woman is supposed to be talking on the phone but she's racing through her lines as fast as possible.

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  5. designprofessor

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    I have seen the commercial and it had no affect on me.

    I have seen the commercial and it had no affect on me.

    I have seen the commercial and it had no affect on me.
     
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    So is the fact that everyone who's ever seen the commercial knows the name of the product, and has discussed it with their friends, a good thing? I mean, normally it is, but in this case, everyone hates it. Is infamy good advertising?
     

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