• 9 years 8 months ago
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    Most of the commercials on this site are from the 80's. a few from the 90's. My favorites are the mcdonald's commercials they used to make in the 90's. i don't know why, but they just made they're toys look cool. still do. so what are your favorite commercials in the 90's?
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      • 9 years 8 months ago
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      You know this is a good question, because I can't even THINK of one commercial from the 90's right now that was particularly memorable.

      I keep thinking of all the products in the 90's and keep coming up empty.....I almost said "Little Ceasars Pizza" but those are also from the 1980's I believe.....

      I'd almost have to see a list of products to see if any of them were memorable......
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        • 9 years 8 months ago
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        The Bo Jackson commercial for Nike where all different Bo's are standing around wearing different sports uniforms. Then he zooms in driving an Indy car.

        Another favorite was the Bud Lite commercial (94) that dawned the phrase "Yes I am"
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          • 9 years 8 months ago
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          I just saw the old "Nothing But Net" McDonald's commercial recently, featuring Larry Bird and Michael Jordan. Nice memories there; I'd completely forgotten the "What You Want Is What You Get At McDonald's Today" slogan.

          That reminds me of the ones for Burger King. "Calvin?!"

          I've got a bunch of episodes of the animated Dennis the Menace on tape, so I've also got a bunch of '90s commercials on them I'd probably like to watch again soon.

          Not from the '90s, but here are my two recent favorites:

          1. The S'mores bar commercial where the bear (in a parody of an everyday human being) goes out to the grocery store, slaps hands with a friend, looks at a woman while crossing the street, then nearly gets hit by a car and apologetically waves it off. I wish I had that recorded.

          2. One for some beverage (Surge, maybe) where there are these two guys in a convertible who are waiting for their friend to show up. Every time he gets near, they pull the car a few yards away and laugh at him, then they say "seriously" over and over again, wait for him to come close, then pull the car away once more. Classic. :D
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            • 8 years 5 months ago
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            I remember a Mcdonald's commercial in the late 80's-early 90's where Ronald would get into this box and start it up like a car and drive off into the background. Then he'd wave his left hand and the commercial would end. Anyone know what I'm taking about?
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              • 8 years 5 months ago
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              Man, so many great commercials in the '90s. Hard to pick them. For Christmas, the McDonald's Lindsay commercial was pretty good.
              Roadgeek: Proud Little Kid of the Mid '90s

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                • 8 years 5 months ago
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                I also remember a Burger King Kids Club commercial with a cartoonist sitting at one of those special tables they use, and he turns away. Meanwhile KidVid pulls a paper with a cheeseburger on it, and the artist/Cartoonist turns around and eats the burger.

                Any one else reconize this commercial?
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                  • 8 years 5 months ago
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                  The Taco Bell Dog, the Budweiser frogs, the Budweiser horses, and was the lying Suzuki salesman from the 90s or 80s?
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                  in the middle of the desert
                  in the center of the sky.
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                    • 8 years 5 months ago
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                    Where is Ronald these days, anyway?
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                      • 8 years 5 months ago
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                      appearing in commercials. Just more health-friendly commercials

                      partial lyrics

                      I gotta get up
                      I gotta move
                      I gotta can do feel good attitude
                      because of what I eat and because of what I do

                      -looks around, weird stares-

                      ok, so I watch to much tv
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                        • 8 years 5 months ago
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                        80sJade wrote:
                        Where is Ronald these days, anyway?

                        He's been replaced with a thinner one and the original is in the Clown Retirement Home with Bozo and other clowns.
                        Roadgeek: Proud Little Kid of the Mid '90s

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                          • 8 years 5 months ago
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                          He's telling you where those delicious deli sandwiches come from. Non-verbally. Which makes me think that the original voice actor either left or died some time ago:(

                          But you know that sooner or later they're going to bring back the entire crew (Ronald, Grimmace, Birdie, Hamburglar) just for kitsch value.
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