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    Commercials That Annoy, Irritate or Outright Enrage

    Worse. Squirrels with human faces!
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    Commercials That Annoy, Irritate or Outright Enrage

    Holy crap! I don't know what it was for, but I just saw a commercial featuring horrific-looking squirrels in it! Excuse me while I apply some bleach to my eyes and brain...
  3. Weren't phone talk lines popular when Murphy Brown originally aired?
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    Commercials That Annoy, Irritate or Outright Enrage

    Yeah, I remember that commercial, and yeah, it didn't do the childhood hunger charity any favours. Ha! You just reminded me of this hotel in Bavaria near the SwaasForest that left a little package of gumnmy bears on the pillow every day. I guess gummy bears are more popular in Europe, or at least southern Germany. What? Must have missed that one.... Yeah, that woman is a lunatic! She even risks her daughter and her peeing their pants b/c she doesn't want to risk that car insurance discount. It was a lot better when the commercial had only one of the scenarios.
  5. Where I live, the temperature drops a bit and there's a nice breeze preceding thunderstorms. It's much more pleasant if you get finished in time.
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    Commercials That Annoy, Irritate or Outright Enrage

    It can't be more disturbing than them homicidally vivisecting each other. Speaking of which, that gawddamm gummy bear ad with the meeting room full of adults talking about the gummy bears like brain-damaged children is back. I cannot change the channel fast enough when I see it starting. Is that the one with weird-looking braids and is slapping the front of her bike while she shrieks?
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    Card Sharks

    I watched it but found the use of oversized props ridiculous and the gay guy who overreacted to everything rubbed me the wrong way. I'm just grateful they didn't subject us to lengthy banter and the contestants never-ending inner dialogue, as this genre is want to do.
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    S17.E13: One Elle of a Day

    Was he the one who showed up on RHoA to give delusional Sheree advice on her She-By-Sheree clothing line?
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    S17.E13: One Elle of a Day

    I am under the impression that, much like the winners in Who Wants To Be America's Next Top Model, we rarely ever hear from them after their season ends.
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    S17.E13: One Elle of a Day

    I think the term is "throwing a monkey wrench into the gearbox". :-)
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    S17.E13: One Elle of a Day

    I interpreted what she said as "Muhahaha! Now that I'm a finalist, I can show all my ridiculous stuff! Muhahahaha!". I didn't recognize that first outfit of Hesters' as being from "Clueless", but I thought it looked ridiculous.
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    Commercials That Annoy, Irritate or Outright Enrage

    I assumed he did, hence her surprise. On a related noted, those Trojan commercials with the smarmy guru of condoms who is more often than not, almost naked. Yuck.
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    S17.E13: One Elle of a Day

    I'm disappointed that none of the clown outfits of Hester's we saw in the workroom made it to the runway. It would have looked like a clown car had crashed with all the survivor's staggering about. I call "shenanigans" on the relatively-normal looking outfits that were shown, including the Elmo dress.
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    Bar Rescue

    Sandra Lee, ol' Pudding-cups. Named for her low-hanging boobs and propensity to use pudding cups in her recipes on Semi-Homemade Cooking with Sandra Lee, an alleged cooking show. You can see clips on YouTube for the hilarity. She once made clam chowder by adding canned clams to a can of Campbell's potato soup, for example.
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    X-Men: Dark Phoenix (2019)

    I was VERY disappointed with their treatment of the Phoenix story in X-Men 3, so I feel ambiguous about this one. I'd love to see the story done right, but I don't imagine doing it as a stand alone is going to work.
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