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Microsoft Windows 7 House Party (web-censored version)
Actually, that candy looks like something that came out of Ronald McDonald's wazoo.
"But I'd guess that it would be more impressive than that."
Maybe that's why the bear is so grumpy.
Not you, dabitch. I think that was for Palmolive with Madge the manicurist. Some of her customers deserved the b-bomb.
"Hey bitch, you're soaking in it."
"Hey Band-Aid brand, stick this!"
- and several in the Little Italy style -
"Calgon, take this away!" (grabs crotch)
"I've got your ancient Chinese secret right here!" (grabs crotch)
"Hey! I've got your nighttime sniffling sneezing coughing aching stuffy head fever so you can rest medicine right here!" (grabs crotch)
"Hey, sometimes you feel like a nut, sometimes you don't... uhhh... right here!" (grabs crotch)
Double the orifice, double the bliss.
"Sausage!" is the new "Wassup".
Vowels were first discovered in 1865 by Robert J. Vowel, Esq.
I do remember when public outrage over certain controversial commercials used to be spontaneous and real rather than seeded and shat.
Or at least they were better at making it seem that way.
These D&G ads aren't notorious. They're plastic, disposable and quickly forgettable.
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