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(E! Online)   So, how unscripted are those kids' responses in the AT&T ads?   (eonline.com) divider line 11
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2013-05-12 01:09:07 AM
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ongbok: I really liked the one were they had DR.J, Magic, Bird and Kareem in place of the kids.


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2013-05-11 12:09:38 PM
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The best commercial for my $$$ are the Snicker's "Because you turn into .... when you're hungry." And the Roseanne Barr one may be the best of those, though they're all good.

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2013-05-11 10:03:37 AM
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My brother pointed out to me that the guy's body is totally out of proportion. Look at his tiny legs under the table. Once you see it, it makes these commercials even more hideous.
2013-05-12 07:36:37 PM
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The Flexecutioner: if i were to praise any current running commercial gags, it's the "Worse than, better than" Dish commercials.  Seeing that hawk/eagle snatch her purse dog when they go for a walk is truly funny to me.  The idea of the series should last awhile.

And it's not a series of commercials, but "Ship my pants" is also pretty dang funny.  but "right Booking now" isn't as clever as it's trying to be.  they all seem to be a play on the Orbits "Shut the front door" line of ads.  I really liked those too.


The only current commercial I laughed at was the dish genie, when the dentist sneezes in the guys mouth
2013-05-11 04:42:11 PM
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What are these commercials you speak of?  Is that some sort of thing that exists on that TeeVee my grandparents sit in front of?
2013-05-11 04:41:18 PM
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Talking to your 4 or 5 year old child is like talking to a schizophrenic on acid.  There's no filter, and even they don't know where they're going with it.  We are adopting a couple of fancy rats, and they are coming home tomorrow- so my daughter has been telling every stranger she meets that she's sleeping with rats (not sure where they came from, because they will be living in a cage downstairs).

That said, I'm not fond of those commercials, because I have enough of it at home.
2013-05-11 01:03:27 PM
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A Shambling Mound: I find these commercials entirely inoffensive and even somewhat amusing. But then, I have kids. I don't know anyone without kids that thinks they're funny.


That's very true. The cranium shrinkage that occurs when constantly exposed to little kids is enough to provide a protective shield for the brain that allows you to tolerate their inanity and compartmentalize it as "cuteness." The rest of us don't have that adaptation so we experience the raw, unfiltered annoyance, unfortunately.
2013-05-11 11:43:41 AM
1 votes:
Filthy little moppets!  Ban them from my TV I say!
2013-05-11 11:39:09 AM
1 votes:
I chuckled at the "Tape a cheetah to her back", but the theme is getting old FAST.
2013-05-11 11:14:31 AM
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Pocket Ninja: Keep the commercials coming then, AT&T! Because we want more! We want more! We like it, so we want more!

Jesus farking christ.


And then you go rahr rahr rahr rahr rahr which mean get these farking commercials off my TV.
2013-05-11 09:06:15 AM
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Keep the commercials coming then, AT&T! Because we want more! We want more! We like it, so we want more!

Jesus farking christ.
 
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