|betamaxed - 2016-11-05 |
1998 - 2004 was the lowest point ever for american culture
This looks indistinguishable from contemporary TV commercials to me, I suppose because commercial television is completely obsolete.
...not right now, beta?
|Sanest Man Alive - 2016-11-05 |
Just two-fisting that ketchup. What a champ.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2016-11-05 |
Suburban life has suffocated that man's soul. A few years ago, he would have gotten angry at that act of vandalism, but now all he can see are his dead dreams.
He's not even at the stage where he knows to say, "awesome, now I have an excuse to get a pressure washer!"
|Bort - 2016-11-06 |
I expected the ball would bounce off a wall and knock him into the blades of the lawnmower.
|dairyqueenlatifah - 2016-11-06 |
I remember when Cartoon Network would show this commercial literally every break for well over a month. I also remember when, shortly after this, they made purple ketchup (which was somehow tied to the movie Shrek) and my mother bought some for who knows what reason.
That shit sat in our fridge for well over a year before it finally got thrown away. It tasted the same as regular ketchup, yet no one wanted to eat it, myself included.
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