Time for Timer - Sunshine on a stick (1980)

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mightybfan Posted 9 years 1 month ago
I remember this. He was on Family Guy. about Wagon Wheel.Peter knocks on his door and tells him he's making too much noise.
Deleted Posted 10 years 1 month ago
I remember this! I always wanted to try making those but never did...don't know why.
hippiefreak66 Posted 10 years 10 months ago
i want to make these now
Angelsbaby2002 Posted 13 years 1 month ago
the kid at the end looks Like a cow licking a Salt Lick lmao!!!
Skeletor Posted 13 years 4 months ago
Dexter's Laboratory showed me how to do this. But insted of juice I used Coke, it didn't come out so good.
sailor_moon_girl Posted 13 years 8 months ago
i feel gay now
BC_Anselmo Posted 13 years 10 months ago
I remember when I used to think "Hey how did the juice get filled up in all the containers when it was not poured in all of them" as for the "Turn you on" line I do not remember him saying that, but as I see this comercial now, I laugh at the fact that the line was in there.
Nostalgiascape Posted 13 years 11 months ago
There were very few commercials more fun than TIMER!
kimsy520 Posted 14 years 6 months ago
did anyone notice Timer's voice is slightly different? I guess he was trying to sound like a badass cowboy when he was hankering cheese.
dalmatianlover Posted 14 years 6 months ago
I thought he was supposed to be Timer the Cheese Guy. Remember? "I hanker for a hunka CHEEEEEESE!"
mr3urious Posted 14 years 6 months ago
I can't believe Timer got away with saying "Or whatever turns you on."!
ChowTimer Posted 14 years 6 months ago
I love the happy sounding music in the background. This commercial is a classic. However, it sounds really disgusting when Timer says, "Or whatever turns you on." I don't want to know what he is implying there. I wish Timer was brought back and put in new commercials. How is this a PSA anyway?
kimsy520 Posted 14 years 6 months ago
They're better suited for popsicle sticks, I agree toothpicks won't work for more than a few minutes.
musicradio77 Posted 14 years 7 months ago
That clip was from VH1's "I Love the 80s'" where they show the Time for Timer PSA's before the commercial break. That was from a 1982 episode. A great Time for Timer moment. I've never made the "Sunshine on a Stick" for such a long time. I need an ice tray, toothpicks, plastic wrap and juice and of course iced tea to make a own stacks of snacks.
kimsy520 Posted 14 years 7 months ago
hmm...pomegranate juice. sounds tasty
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