26 Jul Fruit of the Loom - Drums (2006) :30 (USA) By claymore 4 Comments Girls in underwear truly dance to a different beat! Agency: The Richards Group Commercials: FashionCountry: United StatesFreeform tags: lingeriefacebooklinkedintwitterredditpinterestpocket Add new comment Comments (4) noahr reply what the hell is that "fruit" on the right? the garnish of the loom? Aug 09, 2006 claymore reply I asked them about that back in 2005. Here was their reply: __________ Clayton, It is our leaf character. Thank you for writing. Teresa ***** Consumer Services Fruit of the Loom, Inc. __________ Now I know a leaf ain't typically considered a fruit, but I guess that's if you go all literal on their asses. I guess the word "fruit" can also refer to yield, like in their name - Fruit of the Loom. If you look at their logo, I guess they had to choose between the leaf things or have a third grape-ish looking character - those gooseberries/currants. Legend has it that the leaves are actually fig leaves, which back in Adam'n'Eve-type times covered the same parts of the body that their underwear does today - but FOTL will only call them "leaves" whenever people inquire about it. (Some have also speculated that they were tobacco leaves.) I think they like to leave things a bit mysterious to keep folks like you and me thinking about their brand. Guess it's working! Aug 09, 2006 silver3 reply I work on this account. Ok, the leaf guy used to actually be a cluster of Boysenberries. Then FOTL decided maybe it was a little too similar to the grape cluster so they made him a yellow leafy "garnish". But then kids thought he looked like lasagna, so now he's green leaves. Aug 09, 2006 Dabitch reply YESS!!! Thank you so much. I've been going mental thinking that I did indeed see boysenberries in the FOTL back in the early eighties, and now there's this leafy thing going on. Yeay! Aug 09, 2006 Leave a comment Your name E-mail The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly. Homepage Comment * More information about text formatsPlain textNo HTML tags allowed.Lines and paragraphs break automatically. CAPTCHAIf you don't see a spiffy Captcha here, you need to surf httpS:// - sorry .onion riders Math question * 1 + 0 = Solve this simple math problem and enter the result. E.g. for 1+3, enter 4. Comment UploadUpload an image or file to go with this comment. Add a new file Files must be less than 400 MB.Allowed file types: png gif jpg jpeg.