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Desc:DONT BE BITTER AND WEAK
Category:Advertisements, Classic TV Clips
Tags:commercial, Coffee, murder, sexism, Folgers
Submitted:kamlem
Date:05/20/11
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Comment count is 17
cognitivedissonance - 2011-05-20
There's a dozen of these and they're all progressively more insane. Coffee Crime Week!
Billy the Poet - 2011-05-20
Ze coffee is mountain grown. Like ze beautiful mountains of Bavaria...

VER I DID NOT SERVE AS EIN GESTAPO OFFIZER FROM 1937-1943!!!
Raggamuffin - 2011-05-20
MIEN FURUR! I CAN WALK!

wtf japan - 2011-05-20
YOU STUPID FUCKING CUNT. NO WONDER YOU KEEP HAVING MISCARRIAGES.
Xenocide - 2011-05-20
"You've discovered the mountain? What the hell does that mean? Dammit, woman, you're hysterical!"

This was followed by thirty slaps, "to calm her down."
split tail - 2011-05-20
She should have smashed the coffee pot into his head, and exclaimed, "Oh my! I see what you mean dear."

memedumpster - 2011-05-20
Next door at the Maxwell's house, coffee just got deadly...
Nikon - 2011-05-20
This guy isn't a very supportive husband.
Dynamicuno - 2011-05-20
My wife and I have always wanted to vacation to "mountain". I hear it's beautiful this time of year.

When you react to lousy coffee the twisted nutts did it might be time to switch to decaf....or get a divorce.
charmlessman - 2011-05-20
I went to mountain one time. There was no coffee. There were goat though. Good old mountain.

Jet Bin Fever - 2011-05-20
Just add a little antifreeze each morning. He won't know what hit him!
revdrew - 2011-05-20
Old European stereotypes to the rescue once again.
StanleyPain - 2011-05-20
How did our parents survive this shit?
kingofthenothing - 2011-05-21
Well, mine survived it by getting divorced. My grandparents slept in different beds, watched t.v. in different rooms, and granddad would do a lot of woodwork in the basement. He got real bad hearing loss from running loud saws all the time without hearing protection. My other grandparents, I don't know, they always argued, granddad always picked on grandma and I think she learned to pretend to be deaf but I think granddad always knew she could really hear him. He always knew what buttons to press to make her hurt the most.

cognitivedissonance - 2011-05-21
My granddad didn't bother to tell my grandmother he was divorcing her, and intended to do so during a school function of my mother's. The lawyer, however, delivered the paperwork a day early and he wasn't packed yet, so what he thought would be a smooth sailing turned out to be much more uncomfortable than he would have preferred.

This same man sold a million dollar sawmill for pennies on the dollar because he really just wanted to be an accountant. The most boring man of all time.

Senator_Unger - 2011-05-22
My mom's parents were in love with each other until the day my grandmother died which was the only time I ever saw my grandfather, who survived the Bataan Death March, cry.

My dad's parents announced they only had a couple years left to live about five years ago and promptly sold their house; my grandmother moving into a retirement home and my grandfather moving into an apartment about five minutes away.

Caminante Nocturno - 2011-05-20
Wow, things really have improved.
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