Every morning as I get ready for work I watch KCRG in Cedar Rapids (mostly to check the weather). They run the most annoying commercial EVER everyday! Not sure if it is a local commercial or not...but it is based on Tommy Tutone's song "867-5309/Jenny". It is a Benjamin Franklin plumbing commercial that makes me run to the remote and change the channel! The "acting" is so bad and the themes are so cheesy that it must be locally made? The "actors" have to be the family of the owners of the company. Anyone seen the commercial I am referring to? As soon as that commercial comes on I change the channel to "Saved By The Bell"!
Anyone else have a commercial that just makes you cringe?
Local retirement home commercials where the information about the retirement home is sung to a jingle - are you serious?
Chuck Lidell: I paint my toenails with pink and black polish. Problem is, I get more paint on my toes and on the carpet than on my nails. Any advice? Maria Sharapova: Don't you beat up other guys for a living? I don't know how to answer this.
I don't remember what it was for, a camera or printer maybe, but the one where peole would keep putting frames around their head and would pull it off - their image would be on it. Over and over. I would have to leave the room or turn the channel. Creeped me out.
Originally Posted by MNCyGuy
The only answer to "who/what is GeronimusClone?" is in fact "GeronimousClone". You're like The Todd on Scrubs.
Originally Posted by Angie
This is why you're my favorite
Originally Posted by MoreCowbell
GC, he's obviously all man. And I don't think Ellen would go *****, even for GC...
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