Thread: Commercials from your childhood experience...

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    What commercials did you grow up watching that you always adored?


    For Example: Little Caesars
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    This Orkin commercial that has an Orkin man in a kitchen and transforming into this Terminator-esque cyborg, and then zapping a cockroach trying to escape.
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    I like the Little Ceasar's commercial that starred the two hilarious pugs and the dog psychiatrist! Ever seen that one? Another favorite was a cough drop commercial with a ventriloquist and his dummy both suffering from colds! LOL, the dummy had great one-liners.
    "Ease on down, Ease on down the road
    come on, Ease on down, Ease on down the road
    don't you carry nothing that might be a load come on, Ease on down Ease on down, down the road"


    --The Wiz
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    I have a few. If anybody else remember these commercials, please let me know,

    - A different Little Ceasar's commercial with a cartoon guy who would flip 2 pizzas on a stick and then quickly say "Pizza Pizza!"

    - Pizza Hut commercial of Pizza Head. If you don't remember Pizza Head, he was a single slice of pizza that had pepperonis for eyes, olives for eyeballs, and a slice of bell pepper for a mouth

    - I remember the Cheer laundry detergent commercials that always had an old guy with a mustache

    - Last but not least, the band-aid commercials with the song "I am stuck on band-aid brand cause band-aids stick on me"
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    The old Tootsie Roll commercials always bring a tear to my eye when I see them now...."Whatever it is, I think I See.....becomes a Tootsie Roll to me!"
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    odor eatters commercial with the skunk crawling out of someones shoe.

    and the mousetrap commercial
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    Yeah, Pizza Head, I remember him, he was sort of a Mr. Bill spinoff, along with a rival named Steve, who appeared to be a Pizza cutter, kinda like the Sluggo guy from Mr. Bill. I lost track of how many commercials Pizza Head made, but I clearly remember that the Meteor one was the very first. Anyone remember when they used to use The Finger Man, on the Ziploc commercials?
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    Quote by Windfireandsteel
    Yeah, Pizza Head, I remember him, he was sort of a Mr. Bill spinoff, along with a rival named Steve, who appeared to be a Pizza cutter, kinda like the Sluggo guy from Mr. Bill. I lost track of how many commercials Pizza Head made, but I clearly remember that the Meteor one was the very first. Anyone remember when they used to use The Finger Man, on the Ziploc commercials?


    I remember! it was a face with two dots for eyes, and a smile for the mouth.
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    Pizza Man
    Mouse Trap
    Little Ceasar's
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    Quote by JP
    Quote by Windfireandsteel
    Yeah, Pizza Head, I remember him, he was sort of a Mr. Bill spinoff, along with a rival named Steve, who appeared to be a Pizza cutter, kinda like the Sluggo guy from Mr. Bill. I lost track of how many commercials Pizza Head made, but I clearly remember that the Meteor one was the very first. Anyone remember when they used to use The Finger Man, on the Ziploc commercials?


    I remember! it was a face with two dots for eyes, and a smile for the mouth.



    I love Pizza head!! Those were the best Pizza Hut commercials ever.
    "Ease on down, Ease on down the road
    come on, Ease on down, Ease on down the road
    don't you carry nothing that might be a load come on, Ease on down Ease on down, down the road"


    --The Wiz
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    The super soaker ones. oh the memories!

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    glow in the dark nerf guns
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    Today I remembered an old "Wagon Wheels" commercial "kinda big and kinda nice" .
    Also, I remember several Super Nintendo commercials, the first one I remember being for the Super Scope gun.

    Ahh... I remember the Super GameBoy commercial so well...

    "With Super GameBoy for your color TV Super Nintendo; you can play all your Gameboy games *switch voices* on TV"
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    Quote by kimbaltak
    glow in the dark nerf guns


    My Parents never let me, and my Brother have that kinda stuff, they pretty much prefered a better example.
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    Quote by Windfireandsteel
    Quote by kimbaltak
    glow in the dark nerf guns


    My Parents never let me, and my Brother have that kinda stuff, they pretty much prefered a better example.



    I'm confused by that statement, better example of what?


    Was I the only one that was super upset with the nintendo power glove? The guy in the commercial made it seem like so much fun.
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    The pizza commercial for Pizza Pizza! My mom would always call me in if it came on.

    I also liked the Energizer bunny commercials. I always wanted a doll of the bunny

    Another was for the Goosebumps board game. "Roll the dice, run for your life" I had the game I think we still have it, too..... even though I loved to play it I was always so scared.

    I also loved the skip-it commercials with the toy. Every time I hear the song I always think of the commercial and the toy and start singing it. No one ever knows what I'm going on about... those things were brutal if you didn't know how to work them, though

    What about that Elephant game where the elephant shot out flowers from it's nose and you had to catch them with a net? I actually always hated that commercial. I always thought the kids in it were a couple of morons.
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    LOL. oh man you just gave me a MAJOR flashback.

    Early 90's i think...I was sleeping over at a friend's house when i was like 11 or 12...Anyways this cheesy commercial came on for Cat Food...

    Stupid thing went like *Oh......Once again!....There you are!....*

    And a random cat would run in and eat the cat food..I think the Cat food was called Sheba or some damn thing...I swear my buddy and i thought it was the funniest damn commercial....LOL probably cuz we were up at like 3 AM in the morning when it came on..

    LOL, thanks for the flashback though...That was a good memory.
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    I like the long version of the Crossfire (Board game) commercial. It was so cool just seeing those early 90's effects that looked good at the time. The music rocked too.
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    The McDonald's commmercial where the girl is playing piano in a concert and is singing a song in her head about going to McDonald's.
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