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A Great Commercial! (Video)

Posted by jasdip (My Page) on
Thu, Nov 1, 12 at 8:35

This sure brings back memories of that epic movie.

Try and guess what this ad is for.

Here is a link that might be useful: It's not what you think


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RE: A Great Commercial! (Video)

Sure fooled me, haha... I just knew something was going to jump out at me!


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Good one!


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I couldn't guess, but I'd like to know where that lady got her hairnet. I can't find them any where.

Sue


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Glad that turned out funny--sure scared me!


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Good one..was not ready for it! :)


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That was funny.


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I'd seen it before. I think it is a work of art! Well done, very well done!


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That was good! Really not what you'd expect...I have the small one, the hand held thing and always wondered why the cats run and hide when I get it out......


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Did you guys notice that when you click on the link, it opened in a new window??

That's one of the new improvements/features now.
Links open in new windows.


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Loved it, did not expect what it showed.
Thanks


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Did you notice that the elecrical plug was a Type B, one that is in common use in Europe for 220v and 240v circuits.


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Too funny. My kind of humour.


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Best ad EVER!!!


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Ha! Love it!


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I remember that one. I still like the "cog".


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