optikeye: Give it 2 weeks, they'll forget it.
JohnAnnArbor: The part of the commercial that's funny is the resignation of the office workers to humoring the camel. They sigh, they try to ignore, they know what's coming up, they can't stop it, *sigh* . There's always that guy in the office. It's just that, in this case, it's that camel.
leadmetal: ubermensch: CSB: I dropped my GEICO insurance and went with a more expensive company because I hated those annoying caveman commercials. I haven't regretted that decision once.And you changed before you found out why GEICO is cheaper.Car and Driver I think it was used to tell the tales of the evil of GEICO decades ago. Are they still relevant today? Don't know. Won't go with GEICO to find out either.
puckrock2000: Yeah, they'll lose interest in a few weeks, just like with this annoying catchphrase.
skullkrusher: that commercial was pretty funny until you've seen it 500 times. Of course, if you've seen a commercial 500 times you should probably watch less TV
Apik0r0s: They banned singing of Another Brick in the Wall when I was in middle school. Everybody was singing it, and it led to some sort of doomed Renaissance of self-delusion that culminated in a hundred photocopies of a somewhat violent remake of The Declaration of Independence being spread all over school.While the school doesn't ban it, my son has a history of line walking and is now forbidden from making any South Park references in class. He's now in middle school. When he was in elementary school, we got a call from his teacher about his Canada Week project. "Incredibly misinformed" I believe were her words. Thanks South Park.
jutm543: If they're blurting something out in class, then good, send them to the principal's office, who gives a damn what they're saying.If you're sending them to the principal for repeating a commercial to each other in the hallways, gas yourself.Seems simple enough.
skullkrusher: JohnAnnArbor: The part of the commercial that's funny is the resignation of the office workers to humoring the camel. They sigh, they try to ignore, they know what's coming up, they can't stop it, *sigh* . There's always that guy in the office. It's just that, in this case, it's that camel.that's the point. The look on that woman's face when she says "It's hump day" and the camel goes 'what what?!" Gold.
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