Excuse Me, Have You Seen My Balls?
|This cranky re-run is from September 2011, |
inspired by some stupid commercials that were around at the time.
Sorry for the language, I think I've mellowed.
Her reaction? “Really, how much is that going to cost us and you didn’t even check with me? My mother was right; I should have married John Clark!”
“It was FREE you spoiled rich bitch, as if I have to explain to you every FUCKING dollar I spend that I FUCKING earn. I wish you had listened to your mother and married John Clark. Then he would have to put up with your whiney ass. By the way, John Clark is serving 5-10 for embezzlement! Now get your lazy butt in the kitchen and order some takeout you spoiled brat!
“It was free; I signed up with Phones-R-Us for free.”
Five hundred years from today, archaeologists will stumble upon this ad and exclaim,
“Look at this. This is big. I think I have found when the men lost their BALLS!”
I actually remember this commercial and thought it amazingly annoying. But i wouldn't worry too much; the devices required to play back these commercials probably won't exist in a hundred years. We already can't retrieve much that is on old computers from the Vietnam era.ReplyDelete
I didn't grow up in the Cleaver household, but I was born in that era.ReplyDelete
So that's where some of the balls went. Bwahahahahahahaha. I don't remember that commercial.
Have a fabulous day. ☺
I remember sitting down to dinner ...occasionally ...wearing a suit and tie.ReplyDelete
The ol' man was proud of how well he carved a roast, be it turkey, beef, or lamb.
He never wore a bow tie, though.
That WAS an incredibly annoying commercial. . .ReplyDelete
Somewhere, I have a photo of my dad driving a tractor for a kids' hayride wearing a suit and bow tie. . .
Hey, now, maybe she bought her own greenhouse!ReplyDelete
I'm glad I missed that commercial. As bad as these ads (and shows) make men look, what does it say about women? Sheesh!ReplyDelete
I do remember that commercial and sorry to say, I found it funny. Oddly, I felt like he was putting HER in her place by making her grousing meritless. I do think she looked a bit contrite in the end but I may be wrong. Its been a while.ReplyDelete
Never having seen the commercial, i'm somewhat floored.ReplyDelete
I don't remember that commercial, but I REALLY hate the way many ads portray husbands & fathers as incredibly stupid!!ReplyDelete
I'll bet he went out the next day and spent $1000 on shoe inserts at The Good Feet Store to show her what for!ReplyDelete
I did not grow up in Leave it to Beaver type of family but frankly speaking I would never want to.ReplyDelete
Late to the party...ReplyDelete
Last night a sports commentator used the word wussification.
Made me laugh.
I see ads all the time that make me cringe. What's driving me crazy now is all the Medicare offers I'm getting the mail. Is there a billboard somewhere proclaiming that I'll be 65 my birthday?ReplyDelete
The inept husband meme has been around since Shakespeare, wait, that should be Chaucer. Some people do make it funny. Like this: http://laugh-lines.net/shopping-with-your-wife-what-not-to-doReplyDelete