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2 hours ago, icemiser69 said:

The Johnsonville Sausage Grill is the most ridiculous thing that I have ever seen.    It looks like a complete waste of money to me.   The grill is made to grill sausage links and sausage patties.   It should come with two flat plates for cooking other items as well.

 

I'll stick with my George Foreman, thanks.

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5 hours ago, janie jones said:

But the thing is, the whole reason they're going to see the gutter spiel is that they don't want to clean their gutters anymore. If they didn't, they wouldn't be there.

Not necessarily. They might be there for the free lunch at Golden Corral.  Bwaahahahaha

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Listen, I totally get that Dove is trying to show their deodorant is for everyone, as indicated with the flashes of all kinds of people. But rather than feel like the woman in the wheelchair is Dove's answer to diversity, I feel more like it's pandering, e.g. "Look at us! We included a woman who is disabled! We're so awesome!"

(As a disabled woman myself, there has literally never been a time in my life where I demanded to see proof of disabled people using deodorant...we sweat just like everyone else, yo.)

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For the most part, the Liberty Mutual insurance commercials don’t bother me that much. Except for the 1 where they have an actor (hopefully just) playing a bad actor who’s trying, unsuccessfully, to film a Liberty Mutual insurance commercial within the commercial & he keeps messing up his lines in the fake commercial &, at 1 point, is so bad that they have to have the bad actor’s lines dubbed for him to lip sync to.

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 I didn't change the channel fast enough after my game show the other day and I could swear I saw this guy playing a doctor on some soap opera.  

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5 hours ago, BW Manilowe said:

For the most part, the Liberty Mutual insurance commercials don’t bother me that much. Except for the 1 where they have an actor (hopefully just) playing a bad actor who’s trying, unsuccessfully, to film a Liberty Mutual insurance commercial within the commercial & he keeps messing up his lines in the fake commercial &, at 1 point, is so bad that they have to have the bad actor’s lines dubbed for them to lip sync to.

Libbity bibbity?

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10 hours ago, SnarkySheep said:

Listen, I totally get that Dove is trying to show their deodorant is for everyone, as indicated with the flashes of all kinds of people. But rather than feel like the woman in the wheelchair is Dove's answer to diversity, I feel more like it's pandering, e.g. "Look at us! We included a woman who is disabled! We're so awesome!"

(As a disabled woman myself, there has literally never been a time in my life where I demanded to see proof of disabled people using deodorant...we sweat just like everyone else, yo.)

I feel like advertisers are between a rock and a hard place with this. If they don't include disabled (or differently abled, or your term of choice) people, they are accused of ignoring an important segment of our society, but if they do, they may face accusations of pandering. 

When I look back on the history of TV advertising in the US (and I'm no scholar, this is just personal observation), it started out all White. Well, you did have the Asian woman who did laundry ("Ancient Chinese Secret") and the occasional Black woman who was a cheerful servant to Whites, like Aunt Jemima. Women were housewives being instructed on how to cook, clean, and serve their husbands and children. Slowly, slowly, and often with pushback, it has expanded to include single women, men doing household chores, people of color, gay people, and interracial couples, and hopefully, yes, disabled people as normal members of society, not objects of pity. So I feel pretty good about that.

I haven't necessarily seen the specific ad referenced, but I would say it's good to including a woman in a wheelchair as ordinary. My problem with the "All Strength, No Sweat" ads are that they depict women in situations in which they SHOULD be sweating (working out, hello!) and seem to harken back to the olden days of "Ladies" don't sweat (or fart, or poop, I guess).

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17 minutes ago, Ashforth said:

Women were housewives being instructed on how to cook, clean, and serve their husbands and children. Slowly, slowly, and often with pushback, it has expanded to include single women, men doing household chores,

In the last week or so I saw a man (no woman in sight) scrubbing the bathroom with one of those magic eraser things. It actually made me take notice-- and then I thought: it's 2020, and I am surprised to see a man cleaning (in an advertisement, of course). Imagine. 

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19 hours ago, QuinnInND said:

One of the commercials for one of those walk in tubs drives me crazy. There's a lady who is (by her own admission) over 60, and she had almost fallen in the tub, and says "When you reach 60, you have to realize there are limitations." Really? So when you turn 60, you automatically have "limitations"?  Like you're infirm all of a sudden. I hope no one tells my 67 year old mother in law that. 

I am 57 and I'm noticing more and more commercials talk about the age of 60 as if it's all over then.  "One in three people aged 60 and over run serious risks from falling..."  I guess I only have a few more years to post on here before I'm laid up somewhere unable to do much besides watching "The Andy Griffith Show."  If in the future you read of a nursing home resident suddenly turning violent because she had been subjected to watching "Gomer Pyle" incessantly, you'll know it's me.

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4 minutes ago, Ilovecomputers said:

I am 57 and I'm noticing more and more commercials talk about the age of 60 as if it's all over then.  "One in three people aged 60 and over run serious risks from falling..."  I guess I only have a few more years to post on here before I'm laid up somewhere unable to do much besides watching "The Andy Griffith Show."  If in the future you read of a nursing home resident suddenly turning violent because she had been subjected to watching "Gomer Pyle" incessantly, you'll know it's me.

Both of those series cause me to run screaming into the night, and not in a good way.

Bob Eubanks (82) from the old Newlywed Game can move around pretty well in the 60uP Balance Building System TV Commercial.

The exercise equipment looks like something from Playskool.   I don't know how sturdy it is, but I do think it is unbelievably expensive.

I was born with really horrible vision.  All these years later, now that I have balance issues that just makes matters worse.

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9 hours ago, BW Manilowe said:

For the most part, the Liberty Mutual insurance commercials don’t bother me that much. Except for the 1 where they have an actor (hopefully just) playing a bad actor who’s trying, unsuccessfully, to film a Liberty Mutual insurance commercial within the commercial & he keeps messing up his lines in the fake commercial &, at 1 point, is so bad that they have to have the bad actor’s lines dubbed for them to lip sync to.

That's about the only one we like. Libbity-bibbity!

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If in the future you read of a nursing home resident suddenly turning violent because she had been subjected to watching "Gomer Pyle" incessantly, you'll know it's me.

We will bankroll your attorney's fees. No one should be subjected to such torture.

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21 hours ago, icemiser69 said:

That reminds me of my freshman year in high school.  I brought my gym clothes to school on the first day of school and I didn't bring them home until Thanksgiving break.  The armpits of my shirt were all stiff and gross.  Like parchment paper.  My mom wasn't pleased.   Even after she washed my gym clothes, the armpits of that shirt were still stiff like parchment paper.

I think that's the deodorant/antiperspirant, though, not the sweat. My husband's undershirts get washed after each wearing and they're like that in the pits.

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Wayfair.com wants us to believe Kelly Clarkson furnishes her 3? multi million dollar homes with items from Wayfair. Haha and LOL!

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1 hour ago, chenoa333 said:

Wayfair.com wants us to believe Kelly Clarkson furnishes her 3? multi million dollar homes with items from Wayfair. Haha and LOL!

Yes and Brooke Shields has La-Z-Boy all over her multi million dollar abode.

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Really getting tired of those tena commercials with the woman coyly referring to her skin "down there".

 

No one needs to imagine anything about your flaps and whoever thought of this commercial needs to mop the third rail

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12 hours ago, Ashforth said:

I feel like advertisers are between a rock and a hard place with this. If they don't include disabled (or differently abled, or your term of choice) people, they are accused of ignoring an important segment of our society, but if they do, they may face accusations of pandering. 

When I look back on the history of TV advertising in the US (and I'm no scholar, this is just personal observation), it started out all White. Well, you did have the Asian woman who did laundry ("Ancient Chinese Secret") and the occasional Black woman who was a cheerful servant to Whites, like Aunt Jemima. Women were housewives being instructed on how to cook, clean, and serve their husbands and children. Slowly, slowly, and often with pushback, it has expanded to include single women, men doing household chores, people of color, gay people, and interracial couples, and hopefully, yes, disabled people as normal members of society, not objects of pity. So I feel pretty good about that.

I haven't necessarily seen the specific ad referenced, but I would say it's good to including a woman in a wheelchair as ordinary. My problem with the "All Strength, No Sweat" ads are that they depict women in situations in which they SHOULD be sweating (working out, hello!) and seem to harken back to the olden days of "Ladies" don't sweat (or fart, or poop, I guess).

It's not patronizing to include disabled people in commercials because we are consumers. I haven't seen that particular ad however I have seen ads with deaf people using sign language for Chick-Fil-A and Marriott.

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While I'm on a roll, the uber eats commercial with that annoying music and some moron going OooooOOOOOOoOh! Needs to be thrown back into the sewage pond it was fished out of and sink to the bottom with the rest of the turds. And they show it not once, but twice during every commercial break

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On 8/14/2020 at 8:36 PM, Tashalynn29 said:

Really getting tired of those tena commercials with the woman coyly referring to her skin "down there".

One of the toilet paper companies, Angel Soft. (saw it again today) is using "down there." It's toilet paper! Yes, it can be used to blow your nose, stem the blood in a razor cut, but it is toilet paper! Stop using that phrase.

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The Experian cow. Please someone tell me that the cow really wasn't spray painted purple and trotted out for those stupid commercials with that goofy looking guy? Where's PETA ?

Isn't Experian a credit reporting agency? So why do they need to advertise? I know I have no choice on who reports my credit ratings...it's Experian, TransUnion and Equifax. 

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41 minutes ago, chenoa333 said:

The Experian cow. Please someone tell me that the cow really wasn't spray painted purple and trotted out for those stupid commercials with that goofy looking guy? Where's PETA ?

Isn't Experian a credit reporting agency? So why do they need to advertise? I know I have no choice on who reports my credit ratings...it's Experian, TransUnion and Equifax. 

Relax, the cow is CGI. Yes, Experian is a credit reporting agency, but evidently has a feature that can boost credit ratings.

My question is, why a cow?

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33 minutes ago, chessiegal said:

Relax, the cow is CGI. Yes, Experian is a credit reporting agency, but evidently has a feature that can boost credit ratings.

My question is, why a cow?

Thanks for the info on the cow. And yes...why a cow?? A purple cow??

Advertisers are making less and less sense in whatever da phuck they're attempting to convey. 

The only time I spend on viewing commercials are those few seconds where my remote isn't in my hand to hit "mute" or change channels. But I've developed good skills over the years and now consider myself to be like "Quick Draw McGraw"......I can mute or channel change much faster than ever!

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2 hours ago, chenoa333 said:

I know I have no choice on who reports my credit ratings...it's Experian, TransUnion and Equifax. 

And Innovis.

 

I never saw a Purple Cow,
I never hope to see one;
But I can tell you, anyhow,
I'd rather see than be one

  -- Gelett Burgess

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15 hours ago, Tashalynn29 said:

While I'm on a roll, the uber eats commercial with that annoying music and some moron going OooooOOOOOOoOh! Needs to be thrown back into the sewage pond it was fished out of and sink to the bottom with the rest of the turds. And they show it not once, but twice during every commercial break

Is this the one with the naming of all the foods? Because in the one I am thinking of, the voice says "hot pot." Is that even something that can be ordered to go? Other than that, I like the commercial because I like seeing all the food because I am a very hungry girl! Oh, and in it, the voice also says "cantelOOP" (presumably to rhyme), which made me laugh.

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There is a new commercial running every 5 minutes on HGTV for a new show Vacation House Rules.  This guy's voice is so awful that there is no way I could watch the show except maybe with closed captions.  Talk about chalk on a blackboard.  yuck.

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57 minutes ago, cinsays said:

There is a new commercial running every 5 minutes on HGTV for a new show Vacation House Rules.  This guy's voice is so awful that there is no way I could watch the show except maybe with closed captions.  Talk about chalk on a blackboard.  yuck.

That's with host Scott McGillivray. I adore him, he's one of my tv boyfriends.

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On 8/13/2020 at 8:57 AM, Uncle JUICE said:

Bonus entry: some life affirming ad has been running lately (along the lines of "Pass it On" or something) where an apparent early-era Belieber goes into a barber shop with two dickhead friends. He lets the barber finish an entire haircut, looks at it, says "Shorter." Ok. Barber gets back to work. LOoks at it again. "Shorter." Eventually gets to the point where the barber shaves his head clear so he can prompose (don't get me started on this shit) to a girl who has either lost all her hair due to chemo or had some other medical condition that caused it to be lost (though her eyebrows remain intact?). WHY ARE YOU WASTING THE BARBER"S TIME? If you want a clean shaven head, (a) START by saying so to this man so he can get on with his business, or better yet, SHAVE IT YOURSELF. Fucking asshole. How long does it take to notice your barber's cutting a quarter inch off when you want to go down to the skin? I hope the barber charged him for three fucking haircuts. Asshole kid. Also not sure I love the "Look, prom date, you're a freak because your hair is gone, but now that my head is shaved, it's appropriate for us to go to prom as one freak and one knight in shining armor who shaved his head, even though I'll have to do so again before the prom and I'm not promising I'm doing that, I mean I have to be in pictures forever, right?" sentiment. If you want to go to prom with her, just ask her, That's the way to make her feel most normal, not by drawing more attention to the situation. 

As a breast cancer survivor and chemotherapy hair-loss patient, I hate the sentiment that other people should have no hair to support you.  Enjoyed your rant although I thankfully haven't seen this barber shop trio ad.  Is prompose a thing where they ask you to the prom or propose marriage at the prom? 

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There is a Verizon commercial that uses only people standing in front of a blank white backdrop that has a woman that comes on second, with a silly expression of smugness and shaking her head, that irritates me.  Also the family of four with a chick wearing rolled-up faded jeans above her ankle boots who is old enough to pay for her own damn cell phone plan but still relies of Dad to pay her bills.  Annoying people.

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The horrible trend of warbling unintelligible singing in commercials continues.  Downy commercial.  Horrible singer warbles what sounds like "Housh Housh baby, you know (unintelligible). MMMMM MMMMM MMMMMM MMMMMM.  There is more but they speak over it.  Even if they didn't, it probably wouldn't be distinguishable anyway.

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On 8/9/2020 at 3:15 PM, icemiser69 said:

I don't like those commercials anymore than you do.   I want them to put down the damn camera and immediately help the animals, instead of wasting time filming them.🐱🐶  

A while back (12?  13 years?) it came out that the Westminster Dog Show would not accept those commercials as people would change the channel and not come back!

Per the Amy Shumer Tampax commercial:  I have no beef with her, I kinda like her cooking show, but really?  You are how old and you never realized tampons come in different sizes?  I am all for making some side bank, but......don't sound stupid doing it.

On 8/13/2020 at 2:25 PM, QuinnInND said:

So when you turn 60, you automatically have "limitations"?  Like you're infirm all of a sudden.

I am 55 so........

 

On 8/11/2020 at 8:09 PM, BW Manilowe said:

They also might be from Alabama/elsewhere in the South. My maternal grandparents were from Alabama & I remember my grandma saying “warsh” instead of “wash”. I think my grandpa did it too, but I’m not quite as clear on that as I am on my grandma doing it.

My mom was born in raised in the heart of Mineapolis and said "warsh" as well - she also called the finished basement the "root cellar."  Just for the record, we never stored food down there, unless it was in the freezer!

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1 hour ago, funky-rat said:

The horrible trend of warbling unintelligible singing in commercials continues.  Downy commercial.  Horrible singer warbles what sounds like "Housh Housh baby, you know (unintelligible). MMMMM MMMMM MMMMMM MMMMMM. 

"Hush Hush Baby" by Lxandra.

The lyrics are:

Hush hush, baby, nobody will break you
[humming]
You told me "Hush hush, baby, nobody will break you"

I agree that "hush" sounds really weird.

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12 hours ago, Mrs. Hanson said:

My mom was born in raised in the heart of Mineapolis and said "warsh" as well - she also called the finished basement the "root cellar."  Just for the record, we never stored food down there, unless it was in the freezer!

You and I are probably related.  My father always called our refrigerator the "ice box."

I know it's been mentioned upthread, but I'm really sick of the "Safe drivers save 40%" that shows the Allstate guy trying to order food at a counter.  Everybody in the commercial starts chanting that like a bunch morons.

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3 hours ago, Ilovecomputers said:

You and I are probably related.  My father always called our refrigerator the "ice box."

My dad says ice box.  And he calls gas petrol.  He also for some reasons spells the words nite and alrite and colour.  He was born in the US as were his parents and all 4 of his grand parents and I believe all his great-grandparents.  There's literally no reason for him to think he's British.

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9 hours ago, Ilovecomputers said:

My father always called our refrigerator the "ice box."

I had a relative who still had an actual ice box in the 1980s.  

In commercial-related news, the American Home Shield ad just played for the millionth time in the last hour, and it really bugs me.

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Pediasure.

I want to exterminate the kid with the hideous voice and teeth.  Aren't consumers supposed to have a positive response to commercials?

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25 minutes ago, Brookside said:

Pediasure.

I want to exterminate the kid with the hideous voice and teeth.  Aren't consumers supposed to have a positive response to commercials?

The one in the tank top looks like a young Ricky Martin when he was in Menudo.

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On 8/15/2020 at 11:40 PM, CrystalBlue said:

There is a Verizon commercial that uses only people standing in front of a blank white backdrop that has a woman that comes on second, with a silly expression of smugness and shaking her head, that irritates me.  Also the family of four with a chick wearing rolled-up faded jeans above her ankle boots who is old enough to pay for her own damn cell phone plan but still relies of Dad to pay her bills.  Annoying people.

I have not noticed the smug head-shake--I'll look out for it next time--but I really am not seeing what's annoying about a family using a cell phone plan that includes someone that may be able to pay for her own (not that I can tell by looking how old she may be, regardless of her jeans and shoes). Why not take advantage of an inexpensive, inclusive plan? And we don't know she doesn't pay back her parents for it (my BF is still on his mom's group plan because that's the plan she wanted; he just pays his own bill every month. My service blows lately; maybe I'll get in on that too).

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The "Extend Bar" exercise woman: does anyone else find her shiny silver spandex work out pants to be ill fitting? 

Her crotch looks like it starts halfway down her thighs. I think it's just a way for her to hide the camel toe look.  Seems like everyone is a fitness expert these days. I have no idea who she is. Oh wait, I do know who she is.....a NOBODY. 

 

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On 8/15/2020 at 11:59 AM, chenoa333 said:

Thanks for the info on the cow. And yes...why a cow?? A purple cow??

IMO, any commercial that has a cow in it is "udder" nonsense.🐄

But that is just me, I guess.

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On 8/13/2020 at 4:27 PM, icemiser69 said:

The Johnsonville Sausage Grill is the most ridiculous thing that I have ever seen.    It looks like a complete waste of money to me.   The grill is made to grill sausage links and sausage patties.   It should come with two flat plates for cooking other items as well.

 

That looks like one of those parody ads they used to run on Saturday Night Live.

On 8/14/2020 at 3:58 PM, chenoa333 said:

Wayfair.com wants us to believe Kelly Clarkson furnishes her 3? multi million dollar homes with items from Wayfair. Haha and LOL!

 

On 8/14/2020 at 5:05 PM, peacheslatour said:

Yes and Brooke Shields has La-Z-Boy all over her multi million dollar abode.

My favorite one of this type of ad is when retired NBA star (seven foot tall, 300 plus pounds) and current TV analyst  Shaquille O'Neal was promoting a Buick sedan. The fellow analysts on his show actually dared him to prove he could fit in that car.

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There's a bill before the California state legislature to make flavored cigarettes and e-cigarettes illegal because they appeal to kids.  In particular, menthol flavored.  Now there is a series of ads saying that the the bill is racist because it's aimed at the black community because menthol is their favorite flavor.  I can't read the fine print at the bottom of the screen which says who the sponsor of the ad is, but I'm sure they must be associated with the tobacco industry.

 

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On 8/13/2020 at 10:54 PM, SnarkySheep said:

Listen, I totally get that Dove is trying to show their deodorant is for everyone, as indicated with the flashes of all kinds of people. But rather than feel like the woman in the wheelchair is Dove's answer to diversity, I feel more like it's pandering, e.g. "Look at us! We included a woman who is disabled! We're so awesome!

For the life of me, I don't see why Dove has to go out of their way with this marketing tactic.  How can their deodorant NOT be for EVERY woman (hey - or a guy who wants to use Dove)?  Unless you were born armpit-less, it's pretty much for ANYONE

On 8/14/2020 at 10:45 AM, icemiser69 said:

I am 57 and I'm noticing more and more commercials talk about the age of 60 as if it's all over then

A 58-year old over here and since right before I turned 54, I've dropped 30 lbs by lifting weights 4x week (up at 5:15 am before work), power walk several times a week, can mow a lawn, sand a deck (on my hands and knees), do tire flips, flail battle ropes, etc.  My brother who just turned 65 bikes appx 25 miles every morning.  I'm in better shape and health (no meds or physical ailments) now than I was 20 years ago.  I almost barked at my cousins wife (who is obese and 61) who basically said that we should just accept getting older and what comes with it (popping pills) because it's 'part of life'.  Um....NO thank you, hon.  I also finished going through menopause and because of taking certain supplements and adding foods to my diet that have an effect on my depleted estrogen, I've pretty much eliminated my hot flashes.   60 is FAR from elderly!

 

On 8/14/2020 at 5:05 PM, peacheslatour said:

Yes and Brooke Shields has La-Z-Boy all over her multi million dollar abode.

Or that Eva Longoria and Blake Lively color their hair with a drugstore-bought boxed hair color - even before COVID

There's a commercial for a medication whose name I just can't remember which features a red-headed model (one as a young girl and one as the adult version) with big-ass eye glasses.  She exclaims how she was always the go-getter.....the "leader of the pack".  It shows her practically pulling her friends up on stage with her to perform karaoke then later when they're all bike riding she's at the front going "come on".  I don't know why, but I just want to punch her pushy, obnoxious face

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I'm really tired of ads featuring social media food "reviewers" yelling/singing about how great the new burger/chicken sandwich at their "favorite" fast food joint is.

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On 8/16/2020 at 6:29 PM, Mrs. Hanson said:

You are how old and you never realized tampons come in different sizes?

I'm so old that in the ancient days when I had a need for those, there were only 2 sizes, regular and super. It's been so long since I've had a need, that I don't pay attention to that aisle when I'm in a store and I ignore the ads.

Taking the warsh and ice box discussion to small talk.

 

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10 minutes ago, friendperidot said:

I'm so old that in the ancient days when I had a need for those, there were only 2 sizes, regular and super. It's been so long since I've had a need, that I don't pay attention to that aisle when I'm in a store and I ignore the ads.

 

 

I'm of that generation too. Super was never good enough and led to hysterectomy (26 yrs ago) and no need for any size after that! 🙂

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