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Desc:Plastic Grandma shows a little leg
Category:Advertisements, Horror
Tags:Nightmares, uncanny valley, duracell, puttermans
Submitted:robotkarateman
Date:04/20/13
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SteamPoweredKleenex
Oh, god, these commercials.

It takes a real "actor" to reach the uncanny valley with flesh-eyes.
SteamPoweredKleenex
Also, it reminded me of the other crazy trend in battery commercials from my misspent youth:

http://www.poetv.com/video.php?vid=38464
BHWW
What the public didn't know that inside of each Putterman "costume", instead of an actor was a skeletal frame made from copper, each inch of it engraved with strange symbols and runes, and at the center of it, wrapped in bands of bolted-on metal, radiating fine wires that connected to various other parts, was a shrivelled human heart that still beat, somehow.
dementomstie
The only thing that differentiates these from Daleks is that these don't have plungers for hands.
And yes, I realize I could have said that these are just an updated version of the Autons, but the copper wires and beating heart sound more like Daleks.

chumbucket
Ahhh but could they go up and down stairs?
chumbucket
Reply fail.

Binro the Heretic
Say...is that the dancing old dude from the Six Flags commercials?
gravelstudios
I thought it was Bill's grandma from Bill&Ted 2.

memedumpster
Bart Simpson : Scientologist voice.
The Mothership
I remember this. This happened.
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