ADnova - 2010-08-18 I always hoped there would be an invention that lets me touch my toothbrush to the same bit of smelly plastic as everyone else in the house. Now we can share diseases even faster!
astropod five - 2010-08-18 You might as well, everyone's toothbrush is already covered in poo particles.
kennydra - 2010-08-18 mine's not. my toilet is in a different room from the rest of the 'facilities' AND i keep my toothbrush in a medicine cabinet, with a cover on it. and i sanitize it every week. i have to to this or i will literally throw up every time i brush my teeth :(
Binro the Heretic - 2010-08-18 Looks like someone hasn't heard about the poobrush leprechaun.
spikestoyiu - 2010-08-18 My favorite thing about this video is envisioning the oversqueezers at the beginning, in the fetal position, on their bathroom floor, and surrounded by empty toothpaste containers and mounds of wasted toothpaste.
hornung - 2010-08-18 didn't Ramona Quimby just squeeze all the toothpaste into a bag so she could just dip her toothbrush in it instead? I like that idea better.
StanleyPain - 2010-08-18 I love the squishy, sickly sound they added in for the foley of you inserting the tube into the device. It's so...naughty.
charmlessman - 2010-08-18 I love how everyone in these types of commercials is so inept at doing things the old way. The toothpaste tube has literally been around since 1892, but it's just too difficult for some people.
pastorofmuppets - 2010-08-18 It's probably useful for the very old and shaky, but marketed at idiots and bought by the anal-retentive.
RocketBlender - 2010-08-18 That's what I love about these things. I think my favorite commercial was for this grill spatula that also had a thermometer built into it. It opened with people having trouble flipping burgers and hotdogs, and then one guy who just completely mangled a burger on the grill with a probe thermometer so badly it fell apart and dropped between the rack.