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    Posted: 13 Nov 2012 at 7:28pm
Confused...were you looking for that 'perfect gift' for your child, or maybe a gift for your grandchild?
 If this is for your grandchild, are you now acting out as your parents did you, when they gave your kids simply horrible toys that required YOU to 'enjoy' with your children? Are YOU really about to drive your own children nuts through your grandchildren?
If so, this thread is for YOU!
Post your ads, your ideas, HERE!Big smileEvil Smile
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Maybe we could all 'pitch-in' and get this for the Tizzer...
Now, from that ethnically-sensitive company, Mattel, where toys are made for everyone.
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OMG the first one is terrible Tigger doing rap? No thanks!

The second one is semi tolerable



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AdN...no it is not. Notice the 'stalkers'
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

AdN...no it is not. Notice the 'stalkers'



Oh your right I got it. They're different I thought it was a supposed Hot Wheels commercial that got mixed up somehow since it was Mattel. Whenever I hear Mattel I think Hot Wheels.

 
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The only opportunity for Grandparents to exact revenge on their children. Very loud obnoxious gifts for the Grandchildren. Drums, whistles, horns, etc. HaHaHa!
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Originally posted by sgtrock21 sgtrock21 wrote:

The only opportunity for Grandparents to exact revenge on their children. Very loud obnoxious gifts for the Grandchildren. Drums, whistles, horns, etc. HaHaHa!
WinkSarge...the trick is to give the lil'granpup a gift that require Mommy or Daddy to help the child enjoy. Becomes a 'bonding experience', doncha know - so, the more irritating, the better. 
I mean, you sure as hell aren't gonna see *ME* hopping out the front door on one leg, just to make the lil'sh*t smile and remember me in only loving ways....
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Look at the white boy in the second video.  What a geek!
 
 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Look at the white boy in the second video.  What a geek!
 
 
Actually, 'Mom in the black top, holding the cards', gets my vote for the 'Geek of the Week' award; it's all in the faces she makes.
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Well, considering they're all hopping around on one foot together, they're all geeks.  I'll bet they know the Snuggie family.
 
 
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There ya go! I think they should be made to hop around on one leg while wearing Snuggies that are one size too large. Should be pretty entertaining.
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Perfect summer gift for 4 year old grandson. John Deere electric tractor. When it rains or snows there are fun movies for kids on the Kindle.  Of course HE will get more presents than any of us.
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f**k Christmas. Goddamned assholes with their f**king jingles and carols, not even waiting till Thanksgiving.
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Originally posted by Tiz Tiz wrote:


totally.......
 
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Originally posted by NJtoTX NJtoTX wrote:

f**k Christmas. Goddamned assholes with their f**king jingles and carols, not even waiting till Thanksgiving.
 
 
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That businessman in The Graduate sure had it right when he said to Dustin Hoffman's character (as a suggestion for what business to get into) "Just one word---plastics!".
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I worked for 30+ years at one of the largest paper manufacturers in the world.

One day, we were graced by a visit by the COO in our staff meeting.  After giving us an update on the business climate, he asked if anyone had questions. 

Our newly hired, fresh out of college recruit said, "Yes, why don't we expand our products to include plastics?"

You could hear a pin drop in the room as he just glared at her, then went on to explain why not.....
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Confused...were you looking for that 'perfect gift' for your child, or maybe a gift for your grandchild?
 If this is for your grandchild, are you now acting out as your parents did you, when they gave your kids simply horrible toys that required YOU to 'enjoy' with your children? Are YOU really about to drive your own children nuts through your grandchildren?
If so, this thread is for YOU!
Post your ads, your ideas, HERE!Big smileEvil Smile
This Toys R Us combines two of my un-favorite forms of TV advert obnoxious clichés: the make-believe TV news bulletin and kids talking like adults. Angry
Maybe it's time to sign up for cable again...hmm, lets look at commercialsihate.com first...ewww, I'll think I'll just reload that Criminal Minds DVD.
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Originally posted by Hootman Hootman wrote:

I worked for 30+ years at one of the largest paper manufacturers in the world.

One day, we were graced by a visit by the COO in our staff meeting.  After giving us an update on the business climate, he asked if anyone had questions. 

Our newly hired, fresh out of college recruit said, "Yes, why don't we expand our products to include plastics?"

You could hear a pin drop in the room as he just glared at her, then went on to explain why not.....
 
 
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Fast forward the Tigger commercial a few decades later: "Yo, you best be buyin' yo kids Bounce Bounce Tigger, or Pooh Bear be bustin a cap in yallz ass!"
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Yes Dan! You and I both!!!!! I HATE HATE HATE when they have kids act like adults. Raaaaaa!!!!!Angry
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Originally posted by Snesgamer Snesgamer wrote:

Fast forward the Tigger commercial a few decades later: "Yo, you best be buyin' yo kids Bounce Bounce Tigger, or Pooh Bear be bustin a cap in yallz ass!"

LOL  Rapping Pooh characters coming soon to a Hood near you.
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Originally posted by Dr. Dan Dr. Dan wrote:

Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Confused...were you looking for that 'perfect gift' for your child, or maybe a gift for your grandchild?
 If this is for your grandchild, are you now acting out as your parents did you, when they gave your kids simply horrible toys that required YOU to 'enjoy' with your children? Are YOU really about to drive your own children nuts through your grandchildren?
If so, this thread is for YOU!
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Is it bad of me wanting to take sledgehammer to the cameras recording this so this shCensoredt wouldn't air?

I love Toy R US the store but their ads ever since they've got the new boss have junky commercials. They're are a bit off. They don't advertise well the experience of the store. 
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