|Scrimmjob - 2015-02-07 |
I for one always liked the Spaghettio's that had the pencil eraser hot dog chunks. If i try to eat any of that shit nowaday's I get horrible heart burn instantaneously.
I still enthusiastically "drink" SpaghettiOs straight out of the can like it's an ice-cold beer.
At what temperature precisely does beer get thick and slimy? Or is that a feature of how a specific brand is aged? Chef-Beer-Ar-Dee, as it were?
Take a cheap beer like rainier or Olympia and put it in the freezer for about an hour. Then take a knife and cut off the top and there's good beer slushie. Add orange juice and you're a beer engineer.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2015-02-07 |
The commercial ends right at the moment of horrified realization. The last we see of the dad is his face filled with terror.
Dear god, that's not me, what happened to my face... what happened to my fffaaccceeerrraaawwwwrrr
|sasazuka - 2015-02-07 |
I'd say that TeddyOs might have been popular with the furry community for its magical properties had it worked as advertised.
Then again, you really don't see all that many bear costumes at furry conventions. WolfieOs or FoxyOs would probably be more popular.
|oddeye - 2015-02-08 |
what a rip off of Brave
|NancyDrewFan123 - 2015-02-08 |
Their father is a bear now. This is his life. He is going to have to deal with it an adapt. If he isn't captured by the government, he will have to deal with the prejudices of a talking bear hating world. Perhaps he will earn his keep as a motivational speaker. More likely, he will be forced to become pornography for deviant furries who will pay exorbitant amounts for the only real dirty pictures of animal people in the world. A hard life, but the children's college fund won't fill itself.
5 stars, a powerful commercial
Nah, he got work in toilet paper commercials.
|Kid Fenris - 2015-02-08 |
The last second of this upload is almost creepy, like a horror movie where you get only a tiny, unfathomable glimpse of something hideous and alien.
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