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Talk about a blonde moment.... sigh. The first time I saw this, I missed the Diesel logo and the fact it was a sly marketing ad for Diesel sneakers. So I forwarded it to a friend who designs shoes with a note that said, "Wouldn't this be an awesome ad campaign for shoes?" Uh. Yeah. It would be great as part of a collection of videos playing in the background at a party too..... Anyway, this is really, really entertaining. I mean, really.

  • It's not that retro commercials are necessarily funny- at least not intentionally.... it's that if you're a child of the 80's like myself, these elicit a reaction of "Oh my GOD, I "like" totally remember that!!!!!" Right now I'... It's not that retro commercials are necessarily funny- at least not intentionally.... it's that if you're a child of the 80's like myself, these elicit a reaction of "Oh my GOD, I "like" totally remember that!!!!!" Right now I'm totally remembering my own class trip to Paris in high school. We'll end this now before I get into a review of MY waiter.... I'm already blushing.

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  • If you want a "not so fresh" trip down advertising's memory lane......... Hey- my mom never took ME out on a boat for this conversation~! Maybe it says something about my standards- well, I guess it definitely says something... If you want a "not so fresh" trip down advertising's memory lane......... Hey- my mom never took ME out on a boat for this conversation~! Maybe it says something about my standards- well, I guess it definitely says something about my standards- but this makes me laugh out loud.

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  • "Because sometimes, simply getting your car back just isn't enough." From defending your car to protecting your daughter's chastity to delivering babies, the trunk monkey is a nice feature for any car to have. Episodes 1-6 __... "Because sometimes, simply getting your car back just isn't enough." From defending your car to protecting your daughter's chastity to delivering babies, the trunk monkey is a nice feature for any car to have. Episodes 1-6 ___________________________________________ From Wikipedia: Trunk Monkey is a concept originally created in January, 2000 by Sean Sosik-Hamor, for the automotive group of Subaru enthusiasts in the New England Subaru Impreza Club, or NESIC. The original concept of a "Trunk Monkey" was a small stuffed animal placed in the trunk of a vehicle which came alive and jumped from side to side to help distribute weight during "spirited driving maneuvers".[1] The Trunk Monkey television ads, loosely based on this concept, were created in 2003 by the advertising agency R/West in Portland, Oregon. Originally created for the Suburban Auto Group of Sandy, Oregon, the syndicated commercials are now the primary source of revenue for the agency. The series of commercials has been licensed to at least 45 car dealerships around the United States as well as New Zealand.