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    Posted: 07 Oct 2012 at 7:54pm
I don't know if these have been posted...didn't see them...but these commercials keep popping up on my TV and they annoy the Hell out of me!




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Actually amusing the first time but like a book or movie with a great surprise ending there is no reason to read/see it again.
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WHAT IN THE

I don't know if I should laugh or not, wtf, the little girl becomes a dog?! IT'S SO WEIRD
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I actually liked the second one.LOL
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I wish my buddy Charlie had gotten his 13 y/o dog, Chevy, fixed.  He might not have run off and gotten killed on the freeway Thursday.  I didn't say that, though, when Charlie called to tell me.  Actually, I have no idea why the pooch ran off and tried to cross the freeway.  He always stayed on his own property. 
 
RIP, Chevy.  Cry
 
 
 
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13 is kinda old to still be chasing tail. Thought you had a pic of you & Chevy floating around here somewhere, Thor.
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Yeah, there's a pic somewhere on CIH that includes me and Charlie's other dog, Clyde, who ran off and got killed by a train a few years ago.  Both dogs had had 2.5 acres of (safe) freedom to run around on for the past 4 years, but of course dogs don't care much about property lines, as long as they know where home is.
 
Some guy saw Chevy get hit the other day.  He checked the dog's collar and called Charlie's phone number.  That was pretty nice of the guy.  Otherwise, Charlie might never have known.  Charlie's baffled by why Chevy did this, as he had to run down the road to get to the other side of the freeway fence.
 
As far as neutering---I dunno why he was never fixed.  Charlie doesn't think he'd ever gotten laid.  Maybe that was the problem.
 
I'll miss Chevy running up to greet me when I visit Charlie and family.
 
 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

I wish my buddy Charlie had gotten his 13 y/o dog, Chevy, fixed.  He might not have run off and gotten killed on the freeway Thursday.  I didn't say that, though, when Charlie called to tell me.  Actually, I have no idea why the pooch ran off and tried to cross the freeway.  He always stayed on his own property. 
 
RIP, Chevy.  Cry
 
 
 

That is a precious dog, omg.
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That is a precious dog, omg.
 
He's got this other dog, a rat terrier about a year and a half old, who's going through "Chevy withdrawal".  She and he were best buds, and now she's been looking around the house for him.
 
 
 
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When I first saw the commercial I found it slightly funny, but they both play SO often over here it's ridiculous.

It also kind of creeps me out that the girl in the first video is so young and those boys seem just a bit too old to be interested in her. I understand it's supposed to be older dogs/puppy...but it creeps me out.
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^  Yeah, that one kid in the first commercial looks to be 13 or 14, and the girl looks to be about 9 or 10.
 
Still, the message is good.
 
 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Yeah, there's a pic somewhere on CIH that includes me and Charlie's other dog, Clyde, who ran off and got killed by a train a few years ago.  Both dogs had had 2.5 acres of (safe) freedom to run around on for the past 4 years, but of course dogs don't care much about property lines, as long as they know where home is.
 
Some guy saw Chevy get hit the other day.  He checked the dog's collar and called Charlie's phone number.  That was pretty nice of the guy.  Otherwise, Charlie might never have known.  Charlie's baffled by why Chevy did this, as he had to run down the road to get to the other side of the freeway fence.
 
As far as neutering---I dunno why he was never fixed.  Charlie doesn't think he'd ever gotten laid.  Maybe that was the problem.
 
I'll miss Chevy running up to greet me when I visit Charlie and family.
 
 
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Originally posted by sgtrock21 sgtrock21 wrote:

In dog years. The 91 year old virgin!!!
 
Poor li'l dude!  LOL
 
 
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Originally posted by Sheriphie Sheriphie wrote:

When I first saw the commercial I found it slightly funny, but they both play SO often over here it's ridiculous.

It also kind of creeps me out that the girl in the first video is so young and those boys seem just a bit too old to be interested in her. I understand it's supposed to be older dogs/puppy...but it creeps me out.
I know what you are talking about. I noticed this. My oldest Granddaughter is 12 y/o and very beautiful. I think I't's time to lock her in the dungeon for about 10 years! I am still pissed that my 8th grade girlfriend was stolen by a highschool junior!
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Originally posted by sgtrock21 sgtrock21 wrote:


I know what you are talking about. I noticed this. My oldest Granddaughter is 12 y/o and very beautiful. I think I't's time to lock her in the dungeon for about 10 years! I am still pissed that my 8th grade girlfriend was stolen by a highschool junior!
 
Things have worked out for a buddy of mine.  His teen daughter has a boyfriend who lives about 40 miles away.  So, she gets to have a boyfriend, but she doesn't get to see him that often.  It's calmed her down a lot, and even her grades have improved.
 
This is good 'cuz she's a beauty.
 
My buddy has always said "Y'know how parents always say that other kids are being a bad influence on their kids?  Well, Lydia's that bad influence."  LOL
 
 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

I wish my buddy Charlie had gotten his 13 y/o dog, Chevy, fixed.  He might not have run off and gotten killed on the freeway Thursday.  I didn't say that, though, when Charlie called to tell me.  Actually, I have no idea why the pooch ran off and tried to cross the freeway.  He always stayed on his own property. 
 
RIP, Chevy.  Cry
 
 
 


What a shame, he was a cute dog. Cry

Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Yeah, there's a pic somewhere on CIH that includes me and Charlie's other dog, Clyde, who ran off and got killed by a train a few years ago.  Both dogs had had 2.5 acres of (safe) freedom to run around on for the past 4 years, but of course dogs don't care much about property lines, as long as they know where home is.
 
Some guy saw Chevy get hit the other day.  He checked the dog's collar and called Charlie's phone number.  That was pretty nice of the guy.  Otherwise, Charlie might never have known.  Charlie's baffled by why Chevy did this, as he had to run down the road to get to the other side of the freeway fence.
 
As far as neutering---I dunno why he was never fixed.  Charlie doesn't think he'd ever gotten laid.  Maybe that was the problem.
 
I'll miss Chevy running up to greet me when I visit Charlie and family.
 
 


Damn Thor I never knew about this! I can't believe how unlucky this guy was! I feel very sad for him losing two dogs to gruesome deaths. That must suck. Cry

Now on to the first commercial it's forced humor that doesn't work, it is stupid as a rock.Thumbs Down

The second one works, there's no abnormal acting. It's more natural and more surprising. Thumbs Up
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