Sunday, August 19, 2007

An Interview with the Cruel Virgin - Question #3


Hi everybody,

I'm behind schedule, so here I am early on a Sunday striving to catch up. And so, on to the third question in the series.

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3. What commercial can you remember that you really thought was kick ass? Why? Has advertising improved with time or gotten worse?

I struggled a bit with this one. I wanted to provide as honest an answer as possible. Honesty may be the best policy, but it's also a tremendous challenge for yours truly.

For the most part, commercials have always been mediocre. There are exceptions, but usually the better ones are foreign (and typically from Europe). Here are several examples (that I actually have stored in my laptop and can email to anyone who is interested ... I'm sure they're also on YouTube).


Commercial #1: A man in his early 30's is in a supermarket with his son (who looks to be about 3 or 4-years old). The boy keeps attempting to put a bag of candy in the cart. The man keeps saying no and putting it back. "But I want it!", the boy shouts, and shakes the cart. Finally the boy throws a massive tantrum, taking items off of various shelves, and violently throwing them to the floor. Finally the brat is on his back on the floor in the middle of the aisle, screaming. Everyone is looking in the poor guy's direction. Finally the simple tag line displays on the screen: "Use condoms".


Commercial #2: In a commercial for Danier Leather, a very attractive woman poured into a one piece knit dress and leather jacket walks into an upscale hotel lounge and sits alone at a table. A man at an adjacent table, who cannot takes his eyes off of her, boldly strides over and places his room key (Room 808) on the table in front of her, and walks out. She nonchalantly glances at the key, does a thoughtful double-take, and then gets up. The lady saunters over to the bar and places the key in front of another man sitting on one of the stools, gives him a sexy over the shoulder glance, and leaves the bar. The last scene shows the two men riding up in the same elevator, with the first man finally looking down at the key in the other dude's hand as the elevator doors close. As the commerical fades to black, the tag line, "What does leather do for you? Danier Leather: Feel the difference." is displayed.


Commercial #3: A little boy, who looks about 5, is shown in a series of scenes, as follows: 1) eating a giant ice cream dish; 2) buying a giant snake; 3) getting a tattoo; 4) bringing a chain saw to show 'n' tell and cutting the teacher's chair in half; 5) pulled over by a motorcycle cop while driving an exotic convertible; and 6) getting in a plane to go skydiving. In each scene the boy emphatically says (subtitled), "My mom said I could!" The last scene shows the boy running down the hallway to his mom's closed bedroom door. "Mom, can I put the cat in the washing machine?" From the other side, the boy hears, "Yes! Yes! Yes!". He pumps his fists in the air, and exclaims, "Yes!", then runs off to find the cat. The commercial ends with the tag line, "Hansaplast Condoms. Pure Pleasure."



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To answer Enemy's other question, I do think there's hope, as domestic commercials ARE getting wittier. In particular, I am one of the many lemmings who enjoy the Geico "Cavemen" spots. I have to stop what I'm doing - even if it's pleasuring myself - to watch them. I was hooked from the first one, where the announcer takes two of them to dinner, profusing apologizing because he didn't know they were still around.


Of course, anyone who goes to the occasional outdoor rock concert could tell you that they've always been around, but I digress.

Nonetheless, the "Cavemen" are a brilliant ad campaign.

Sometimes though, rather than using an entire new concept, such as the Cavemen, a existing spot could be humorous and effective with just a bit of fine-tuning.


For instance, what if the Life Alert medical products people used Joni Mitchell to help hawk their emegency alert pendent? They could use the existing commercial where the elderly lady takes a tumble down the stairs. Only in MY version, it's depicted in slow motion, with Joni singing, "Help me, I think I'm falling, and I can't get up ...".


See what I mean? Better, right?

Or how about if they used that old tune, "Tighten Up", NOT for Titan Auto Insurance, but for tampons?

Also, I've yet to see a single commercial that acknowledges homosexual men as major consumers of leather goods. So why not license Smokey Robinson's "Cruising", for use with a series of gritty black and white "cinema verite" street and nightclub sequences? "I love it when we go cruising together".

Note the Little Lamb booth in the background of this photo. Coincidence?

Has anyone given serious thought to using Elton John's "Rocket Man" for Trojan Condoms? And how about the spots that don't make any sense? For instance, I'm reasonably certain bears don't use toilet paper, or concern themselves with fabric softener. What WOULD be funny is if the first bear wiped his ass with the second.


I'm going to kick myself for writing this, but what are YOUR thoughts on the matter?

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104 comments:

/t. said...

well,
judging by
the stunned silence
you've generated with this,
i could only guess, the bears; brilliant

/t.

puerileuwaite said...

/t. - Either they thought it was an ACTUAL commercial and mentally TIVO'ed over it, or - like Spinal Tap - my audience is not getting smaller, but rather is becoming "more selective".

Pink said...

you're a weirdo

puerileuwaite said...

Pinks - What did I do now?

Serena Joy said...

I have no thoughts on the matter. I'm afraid the visuals have turned my mind into a worse wasteland than it was before. Right now, I have to run out to the store and buy some Titanic tampons and Rocket Man condoms. I don't need them, but your commercials have convinced me that I must have them.

puerileuwaite said...

Serena - Excellent. Phase 1 is going according tp plan. Soon my readers will be conditioned to seek products that are mentioned on my blog.

Pink said...

you're just you, pugsy :)
xx
pinks

Enemy of the Republic said...

This is your brain; this is your brain on drugs; this is your brain with bacon and toast.

Hey, here's Micky, he won't eat it; he hates everything--he liked it! Hey, Micky. (Ambulance siren in the difference..)

Even though I don't smoke, bring back cigarette ads. Decadence, baby.

Were they ever Royal Crown commercials? I used to buy it for the bag.

I'm sorry I haven't checked the others. On my way!

Enemy of the Republic said...

I meant DISTANCE. Dead Mikey from Life cereal. The irony is just too much.

/t. said...

this is
your brain

this is your brain
on breakfast cereal eaten by mikey

this is your brain used as toilet paper by a bear

why oh why must it be this way?

/t.

Corn Dog said...

I don't do TV, hence I don't watch ze commercials. I do like to say "I've fallen and I can't get up."

puerileuwaite said...

Pinks - Well most of the time, anyway.

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Enemy - I have extra Crown Royal bags from my CR days (it's the unofficial beverage of New Mexico, BTW), if you need any. It's the classy way to store things.

And Mikey is alive! There had been a rumor that he died from drinking a Coke after eating Pop Rocks, but it is an Urban Legend.

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/t. - Now THERE'S a disturbing image ...

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Corn Dog - Me too. In my case, it was too much Crown Royal, so I wouldn't remember if I was wearing the pendent.

Crashtest Comic said...

I'm intrigued--

puerileuwaite said...

Hey Crash! How so?

Little Lamb said...

Poor lambs.

puerileuwaite said...

Lamby - Are you saying what I think you're saying?

Little Lamb said...

About the lamb sign? Perhaps.

I think your teddy bear looks cuddly.

CruiserMel said...

I am so glad someone has finally spoken up about those damn bears pooping in the woods. Bring back Mr. Whipple, I say!

Scary Monster said...

Me likes to watch good commercials But it's been such a long time since Me were exposed to any American ones. It do seem that the best ones often come from places with completly different cultures. The take they have on things be totally different. Me has a few stored away that me watches when me needs a laugh.

STOMP.

Pud said...

A bear commercial like that would kick ass!

puerileuwaite said...

Lamby - No one ever referred to it as my "teddy bear" before! Thank you for that.

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Cruisermel - Unfortunately not only has Mr. Whipple "passed", but (in his later years) he was caught "squeezin' the Charmin" in one too many public restrooms.

And I agree about the bears. What gives them the right?

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Scary - I thought I was the only one who did that. Why, this is just like that "Message in a Bottle" song. Seems I'm not alone at being alone ...

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Pud - Exactly. And that's why we'll never get to see it. Damn you, Christian Coalition! Our ancestors came here to ESCAPE religious persecution.

CruiserMel said...

Pugman - I suppose it's the answer to that age-old question about bears shitting in the woods?

Mr. Whipple???? Perv???? The horror! First priests and now Mr. Whipple? My day is totally shot now.

kate said...

omg I laughed so hard at this my kid came in to see what was going on! lol (ohhhhhh get your head out of the gutter! I was in my office *cough* working!)

I like the commencial where the guy goes through the self check out line and the machine scans and states outloud what he buys... "cough syrup $2.49", " Non Fat Milk $1.69", then gets stuck on "Wart Remover, Wart Remover, Wart, Wart, Wart, Wart..." and everyone is staring! lol

Ohhh then there are the "Dont Judge too Soon" commercials... I love them!

Oh and the one for the cell phone co where the calls are dropped just when they are saying something like "I really felt a connection last night... didnt you?" and he cant hear her response so he goes on "ya ummm like a brother/sister... I mean I wouldnt make out with my sister or anything but..."

Ok I totally admit that you are far funnier than I am! lol I suck at joke telling in real life too!!!!!!!!!!

limpy99 said...

I like the commercials where I get a blow-job until the regular show comes back on. Don't remember a damn thing about 'em.

she said...

did you know because of pugs like you, who love the geico cavemen, a full feature MOVIE is in the works! i told ya'll hollywood is bankrupt of ideas!

i sort of like the one with the carribean calyso music as the caveman (the neurotic one, in therapy, not the one getting back together with "gina") rides the people mover past the ad in the airport...yes i love to break dance to that one. just gets me spinnin. heck lets all have a pina colada!

what? you didnt love the homo erotic weird country fried milk maiden jug festival where hootie, of blowfish fame, does a burger king ad?

what about the one where a brat sits in a minivan and his dad opens the door and says...wow it took four weeks but i finished your tree house. and the kids squeaks out in his imperious spoiledness "does it have leather seats?" and so on. anybody else in here wish the next scene was dad tearing his butt up with some other kind of leather?

oh..this was about ads we LIKE.

*crickets*

leelee said...

Where's The Beef??!!

puerileuwaite said...

Cruisermel - Does this also mean the Pope IS Catholic? Also, has His Emminence ever crapped in the woods? Would it still be a holy shit? Points to ponder, I suppose.

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Kate - That's okay, because you probably look WAY better in lingerie. So that makes us even.

And "working"? Is THAT what they call it these days?

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Limpy - You lucky bastard. It seems like my women come equipped with TIVO for skipping over those parts. Damn. I hate new technology.

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She - I love that ad! (Pug starts singing "And everywhere I go ... there's always something to remind me ... of another place in time ...")

And BTW, I adored you BEFORE this comment. Now that I know your approach to disciplining a child, I can "kick it up a notch".

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Leelee - If only I had a dollar for every time a female said that to me (or the number of times I've attempted to use this joke) ...

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she said...

OMG! im hot. flustered! you know the WORDS!? *so do i* i do dance to that with a drunken carribean sway... damn it pug! im gonna find the mp3 and send it to you. it will be our song.

yes that was the school of discipline i came from. once, as a child, i said to my parents in a restaurant, with many people around, that it was kind of a drag that we (my brother and i) should have to sit there and do nothing while my dad and mom smoked fifty thousand cigarettes and drank coffee for an extra hour or so....and then i picked myself up off the floor. yes, those were the good ole days. when you could wail on a kid even out in the open!!!

and see how good i turned out? grrherhahaha!

Pink said...

I note that little lamb deflected to your teddy bear.

Whats with the leather shack, little lamb? Something you want to confess to us all?

LL doesn't stand for little lamb - it really stands for LEATHER lamb.

Geez. You think you know a furr ball. Thank you, pugsy, for your expose.

*that does not mean I want you to expose yourself...well...not unless we have an audience*
xx
pinks

puerileuwaite said...

She - Now that we have our own song, that's another completed task on my personal checklist.

That was a disturbing story, BTW. I like to think it was all those smokes and coffee (the Pug does neither, other than the occasional coffee), and not your parents. I pass several truckstops each day going to and fro, so I'll do some research.

I would never treat you like Tina, or behave like Ike * (* neither one ... Turner or Eisenhower ... although I AM wary of the Military-Industrial Complex).

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Pinks - I always suspected Lamby had an "edge" to her. NOBODY is that pure and chaste, so I wasn't totally drinkin' that Koolaid.

And if an audience is present, I'd like at least 20% of ticket sales, as the pressure to perform is greatest on the male.

she said...

grrherhaha! you probably ate some ashes my mom dropped into the truck stop special while she cooked. she dont wear no hair net either. howwwl.

Pink said...

20/80. Ok. But I get the photo and film rights :)

and don't worry pugsy poo, I would always feed you premium alpo.
xx
pinks

Enemy of the Republic said...

The best thing about new commercials is that they preview new music that you wouldn't find anywhere else. And the Superbowl ones are funny as hell.

Pink said...

I miss superbowl commercials :(

But I guess I've got the funny English ones now.

Canadian ones are pretty funny too. I still remember crop circle researcher Rory Tate (for Reese's Peanut Butter Cups. He is a legend!

xx
pinks

/t. said...

rory tate?

didn't they lynch him
out there in winnipeg?

/t.

Scary Monster said...

Me all time favorite commercial be the one where Lucille Ball is the "Vitameatavegamin girl" Why oh why can't it be this way!

STOMP!

Pink said...

No not Rorrrrry! Why oh why must it be THIS way?
xx
pinks

Pink said...

Hi Pugsy **waves to the Pug who is strangely absent** and..Stompy...wasn't it Mitavitamegafin? or Fitamitamegalin?

I can't remember- I was drinking too much of the stuff. Yum.

SPLAT!

The Phosgene Kid said...

The caveman commercial is great,but they all appear to be gay. Nothing wrong with that, but I am wondering how they manged to reproduce enough to still be with us - adoption will only take you so far.

puerileuwaite said...

She - They told me THAT was pepper! Next, you're probably going to tell me there's no such thing as Black Angel Hair Pasta.

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Pinks - It's a deal, as long as I get the naming rights. Right now, I'm leaning toward "Up Periscope".

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Enemy - Good point. In fact, I really like that song (The W.A.N.D. by The Flaming Lips) in the latest Dell commercial.

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puerileuwaite said...

Pinks - I remember those "How does [so and so] eat a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup?" commercials. Is there any NUDITY in any of the British ads? A friend asked me to ask you ...

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/t. - Why would they do that? Doesn't Manitoba need all the warm bodies it can get?

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Scary - You don't have to tell me. Lucy was the first kooky redhead* (* and yes, I know she wasn't a natural redhead, but nonetheless) in my life. So she ignited my fondness for carrot-tops.

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Pinks - My response is the same as the punchline to that old standby:

Q: Why do you stay with that Sadist?
A: Beats me!

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Pinks - Work has been a cruel mistress of late. Much crueler than Pinks, I'm afraid, and without the occasional comforts. Look, I even missed the deadline for my next question.

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Phosgene Kid - Welcome! Now that you mention it, they DO seem unusually articulate. However my theory is that their perpetual quest for fire compels them to "swing the club from both sides of the cave opening".

Pink said...

:(

I thought I was your only cruel mistress. :(

puerileuwaite said...

Pinks - You're the only one where the choice was voluntary! Better?

The Phosgene Kid said...

My least favorite is the home pregnancy test commercial that seems to appear right around dinner time. It appears as though a stream of urine is coming from off stage and hitting the testing device with the words "This is the most high tech piece of equipment you will ever pee on." It is great they have all sorts of feminine hygiene products on the market but I think the ad guys need to work on their timing.

Pink said...

Much better :)

Am I at least the CRUELEST?

(in the kinkiest sense, of course?)
xx
pinks

puerileuwaite said...

Phosgene Kid - I'm with you on that one. WTF are the "Standards and Practices"* (* or whatever they're called) dimwits smoking? Why not go one step further and mix alcohol ads in with the Saturday morning cartoons?

Yours truly should be a TV Programmer. I could have some real fun. For instance, I'd run a Country Time Lemonade spot right after the Pregnancy Test Kit.

I'd also slot retractable awning, Slinky, and fishing rod commercials right after Viagra ads.

Or how about Cherry Kool-Aid as a logical transition from Panty Liners?

The possibilities are endless.

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Pinks - You are the coolest, cruelist member of the Clergy I've ever met. And that's a nice pair ... of ... adjectives you've got there, lady.

Pink said...

I have to agree...I do have a nice pair... :)
xx
pinks

puerileuwaite said...

Pinks - Well your pair beats my one of a kind, so I will remove an item of clothing ...

Kate said...

wow we went from commercials to Strip Poker since I last commented. I'm in... just let me load up om my layers first! hehehe I hate to lose! *wink

puerileuwaite said...

Kate - When you layer up, we ALL lose. ;-)

Pink said...

I'm impatient...I can only ever play strip blackjack.
xx
pinks

/t. said...

i'm naked now

who needs cards?

/t.

Pink said...

trust /t to think outside the box while others only think OF the box.
xx
pinks

MyUtopia said...

I love the commercial with the dad at the grocery store.

Kate said...

Isnt THAT the idea... for you all to lose!?!?!?!

If we are playing Blackjack Pink, I really need to layer! lol

biker shorts under
regular shorts
jeans
belt
2tank tops (color coordinated of course)
long sleeved tee
polo shirt on top (again color coordinated with above noted shirt)
Sweatshirt on top of that
2 Bras (sports bra over regular)
3 panties (layered small to big granny style knickers (thinking yall might LET me win then! lol))
2 pairs of socks
sneakers (in case I chicken out and have to run lol)

Kate said...

oh and lol to /t!

Pink said...

pugsy...sniff sniff...where you pugsy?...sniff...sniff...snifff

sniff sniff...oh no...thats just his teddy bear.

:(

I think he's stacking the deck.

puerileuwaite said...

Pinks - In that case, I say "to heck" with the cards! Instead, I want you to pick a number between 1 and 10.

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/t. - On the plus side, at least we'll know there nothing up your sleeve. On the minus side, well ... let's not discuss the minus side.

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Pinks - I do my best thinking inside the box, since then I can apply all of that brain power to other matters. I noticed you didn't mention THAT category ...

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Myutopia - Had you seen that one before? Or did I actually/accidently perform an educational service?

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Kate - Geez, talk about a BAD case of deja-vu. You just reminded me of a few dates I've been on. Okay, so I meant ALL of the dates I've been on.

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Kate - I agree. /t. is "en fuego" with that comment!

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Pinks - No, actually I've been out looking for a full deck (for once) to play with.

:-0

Pink said...

I like you better when you're like 52 pickup :)

yay.

we missed you
xx
pinks

Pink said...

you work too hard, puppy.

would you like me to rub your paws?
xx
pinks

puerileuwaite said...

Pinks - I love the way you think! I'll just throw myself naked onto the floor and wait for a good hand or two. And sure, I'd like that. At least until the swelling goes away. Oh wait. You wrote "paws", didn't you?

Scary Monster said...

Me cain't play dem card games.

Me already be nekkid and iffin me gets a good hand me tell just pops up and gives me away.

We aren't actually going to get to question four, are we?

What is me be sayin? Ya gave us three tid bits of insight and Me be grateful.

puerileuwaite said...

Scary - I'm working on Q4 right now ... but it's slow going, I'm afraid. It's been an action packed week for the Pugster.

Pink said...

paws!

I said paws!!!!!

;)
xx
pinks

puerileuwaite said...

Pinks - What if I consider it a "spare" paw?

Mayden' s Voyage said...

Pug- you are just so cute :)
Did I forget to tell you that I got a pug smooch while in Charleston? Yep- licked me right in the mouth, but he was so cute I just had to laugh. Of course- I thought of you... ;)

"Royksopp" is the group that sang your and She's song-
I also know the words- I googled it early this year because the tune kept getting stuck in my head :)

Pink said...

I venture to say...a post by the pug would not be complete without at least one:

"bad dog!"

;)

xx
pinks

Enemy of the Republic said...

I like some of those new Coke commercials that we are forced to watch every time we go to the movies.

puerileuwaite said...

Fair Mayden - You've been making out with OTHER pugs, and I'm supposed to feel good about it?

Isn't that like telling one's spouse, "You'd really like the other man/woman. He/she is very similar looking to you in height, weight age, complexion, and hair color. In fact, I was thinking of you the whole time"?

But I kid ;-)

You changed your avatar again (sensitive males notice these things). You had straight hair recently.

Yes, and the song has been in my noggin all damned weekend!

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Pinks - Oh no. You're on to me! That is how I determine if it's a successful post.

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Enemy - A movie? They still have those? BTW, I AM noticing that their starting to run this digusting commercial for removing ear wax during mealtimes.

The Phosgene Kid said...

I also like the cutaway view of a drain and some drain cleaner dissolving spuge and hair.

As far as what's next, how about a commercial for kid's toys followed by one for lead paint - oh wait, China has already done that one...

Pink said...

I'm always onto you. You told me you liked it better that way.

xx
pinks

puerileuwaite said...

Phosgene Kid - I forgot about that commercial. It might be a shorter list to cite commercials run around mealtimes that AREN'T disgusting. And - if you believe some of my readers - I played with too many of "those" toys as a kid.

puerileuwaite said...

Pinks - I do *blushing*.

Pink said...

Did I make the puppy blush?

Wow! My wonder twin powers are AWESOME!

xx
pinks

The Phosgene Kid said...

twin wonders????

/t. said...

yep,
been wondering
on them twins, too

but did not wish to appear impertinent by asking...

/t.

GirlGoyle said...

My thoughts on the matter are that European commercials are wittier than american ones. The minds of advertisers in the US may be brilliant but as usual stumped by the tight asses in the government and the idealistic liberty dotted with censourship (sp). Check out some of the IKEA commercials. NOw those are funny!

Pink said...

/t has a datarack

Pink has 'wonder twins'
xx
pinks

leelee said...

Just stopping by for a quickie...

~hi~

HUGS!

puerileuwaite said...

Pinks - I for one embrace your twin powers as something magical to behold, and woud like to unclasp them from their constraints.

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Phosgene Kid -Twin Wonders is also an apt description.

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/t. - The key with twins is to treat them uniquely, yet give them equal attention, if one is to have peace in the valley.

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Girlgoyle - I agree. We can have all sorts of disgusting commercials about around mealtimes, yet any clever ones (especially with sexual innuendos) are few and far between. We need to not be such tight-asses (good term!). In this way, Europeans do have an edge.

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Pinks - Well then, share them with the rest of the class!

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Leelee - Yo!

Kate said...

zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

puerileuwaite said...

Looks like I need a bugzapper!

Pink said...

I need a pug prod.

New Post!
xx
pinks

puerileuwaite said...

It HAS been awhile, hasn't it? Okay, I'll TRY to answer Q4 tomorrow or Saturday just for you, my tough little "Price Negotiator"!

/t. said...

wow

tough room, pug

looks like you'd better post something new or call security

/t.

puerileuwaite said...

Isn't it ENOUGH that I slave over a hot blog for these people, then work day and night to pay my dSL bill? Sometimes I wonder why I even bother! Apparently, WE can't have nice comment sections! Is that TOO much to ask?

Pink said...

apparently so.
xx
pinks

limpy99 said...

Maybe Question 4 should be: "How do you respond to people who bug you to answer questions faster?"

Persoanlly, I'm still waiting for the next installement of the History of the Presidents. Those things rock.

Little Lamb said...
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Little Lamb said...

Puggy, I'll protect from all these blood hounds. Hide under my wool and we won't tell anyone where you are.

Pink said...

Lambie...I wouldn't trust a bad dog under your wool - you'll go from white sheep to black sheep lickety split!

xx
pinks

Little Lamb said...

It's ok, he'll get all tangled up in the wool.

puerileuwaite said...

Pinks - Why oh why must it be this way?

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Limpy - I do have a response, but unfortunately those people are unable to see my "hand signals". Thanks for the kind words on my "Presidential Trivia" series. I am planning the next installment after I am done with the interview.

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Lamby - I would be delighted. Can we dye your wool in a dark plaid? That would take me back to my Catholic school days.

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Pinks - LOL! Lickety split is a very apt term. ;-)

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Lamby - I wouldn't mind. I've been tangled up in worse situations.

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BTW, Question #4 will be ready later on today!

Little Lamb said...

Pugs, I like plaid. Do you like argyle, too>

/t. said...

argyle

that like
a crafty pirate?

puerileuwaite said...

Lamby - Actually, I do wear argyle socks several times a week!

/t. - I suppose that makes me a Corporate Raider. Arggggggggggh.

Little Lamb said...

Pug, we both like argyle. I like plaid, too, how about you?

puerileuwaite said...

Lamby - Yes, although I preferred it on Catholic schoolgirls (when I was the same age - or younger - of course) much more than on Scotsmen.

Little Lamb said...

Typical male. And that's not a bad thing.

The Phosgene Kid said...

Our guile, your guile, what's the diference.

If it's not Scottish, it's crap.

Pink said...

errr...

lambie's become a bit of a tart-an around you, bad dog!

well...its black sweaters all around this Christmas!
xx
pinks

/t. said...

ok,
so where is
Question #4???

/t.

Pink said...

Yay! The crowd grows restless with me!

New Post!
xx
pinks

puerileuwaite said...

Lamby - I knew I could corrupt you!

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PK - Could we exclude haggis from that statement?

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Pinks - Apparently I DO have that effect.

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/t. & Pinks - Thy will be done. Enjoy! (Or not ...)