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DARK FATHER View Drop Down
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    Posted: 22 Dec 2018 at 7:02pm
...that HILARIOUS section in this CIH site that talked about "Commercial Offenses", or something to that effect?  It talked about people in cereal commercials that were shown eating cereal in places where doing so is never appropriate, like in a tree, on a soccer field, or a restaurant with the box on the table.            I think it also showed a Spaghetti-Os can with a boy eating Spaghetti-Os while riding a floatation device down a river.
And there was something about a cough drops commercial in which the wife hides the cough drops in her purse and allows her husband to suffer coughing fits for hours before sharing them.
Those astute observations were so funny to read!  I hope to see them again!
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Great idea for a new (revival/remake/re-engineer) thread, DF - and you should take the honor of cranking such up. It may bring the dead back to life...if *I* were to do such a thing, I think I would shove it in the 'Commercial Talk' forum!Star
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