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Desc:Driving a Chevrolet Camaro in the 80's = tripping balls
Category:Horror, Advertisements
Tags:Cars, Camaro, History Channel, Chevrolet commercials, alien gods
Submitted:carpetstain
Date:03/09/12
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charmlessman - 2012-03-09
Chevy Camaro
The car of choice for all Scientologists!
duck&cover - 2012-03-09
Comes with optional anal probes.
Caminante Nocturno - 2012-03-09
I hope they used those purple crystal props for something other than this commercial. It would be a waste to just take those things apart after being used only once.
sosage - 2012-03-10
That eyeball glow isn't some sign of positive interest, it's actually this particular species' version of crying. That Camaro totally blows passed them without offering a ride...smogging up their otherwise clean atmosphere.
Jet Bin Fever - 2012-03-10
More than one person thought this commercial was a great way to sell a car.
memedumpster - 2012-03-10
Back when presenting a weird alien future ran a chance of exciting people about something.
godot - 2012-03-10
Seamlessly fits in a rerun of "Martian Chronicles" (1980).
bopeton - 2012-03-10
Bonus eye-glow salute for the submission title.
Squeamish - 2012-03-14
The fact that the future isn't like this is a constant source of shame for me.
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