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Desc:You just can't make that joke in advertisng anymore.
Category:Advertisements, Classic TV Clips
Tags:baby, candy, Hitler, doll, Pearsons
Submitted:kamlem
Date:11/20/10
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Comment count is 14
Jet Bin Fever
This was a much better joke than I expected from the title.
Urkel Forever
And here I was expecting jokes about testicles.
Persephone S. Tight
It was a dick joke, and not the one I expected.

StanleyPain
Scary that I know this, but this was one of the later-generation commercials by the Seidelmeier advertising firm who were responsible for, among other things, 'Where's the Beef?" and the fast talking FedEx commercial guy.
memedumpster
I never expected to laugh out loud at this.
Caminante Nocturno
The ending implies that a parent saw that doll and thought "This is the doll for my child."
phalsebob
Maybe it's a baby Charlie Chapman.
snothouse
Was that an uncle of yours with an unfortunate mustache?

duck&cover
Looks more like Adolph Hiller to me.

Tom Collins
Nu-gart, car-mel

In the 1970s these were exotic
fedex
Shirley needs some meth
1394
Salted Nut Roll: my favorite part of visiting Minnesota.
boner
And that's why Sarah Silverman turned out the way she did
Stopheles
http://gawker.com/5691714/does-this-christmas-ornament-look-like-h itler
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