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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by kuvash, Mar 8, 2018.
I find the adhesive sealant guy spots just as annoying by the sheer numbers sometimes.
I must be off the grid. I don't see ads for the pillow guy or the adhesive guy. Am I living the dream?
Apply the pillow to his pie hole...it’ll seal & desist
The pillow guy freaks me out when he’s looking at the couple through their mirror... and his eyes dart back and forth from the husband to the wife and back, abnormally fast.
The adhesive guy is really happy that he glued his boat back together.
Neither. The sealant guy is cheesy and neither is believable.
Or course, as I have posted before, Selleck is the most irritating of all shills for me. I want to hurl each time I see him.
That's what the remote control is for .
On demand TV, DVR everything else - pillow guy and sealant guy and every other huckster went bye bye ages ago.
The remote doesn't work on the medicine cabinet.
Anybody that takes the time to saw a boat in half and then use paint on seal to make it good again must have repaired broken Gibson necks at some point and should not be trusted.
I have no idea what this thread is about. Somehow, I feel fortunate.
I say Phil Swift in 5 rounds.
I see both of them late night but the one most irritating is this Addiction Network hole.
Billy Mays or that Sham Wow guy (Vince Offer or Vince Shlomi) are more annoying.
I don't watch TV but those Michigan Bulb ads keep following me around here. Funny because I wouldn't buy from them again if you held a gun to my head. What are we talking about?
His advertising budget must be more than $100/day.
If you know what I mean.
But Billy Mays woulda mopped the floor with these two.
I think that rehab guy is dealing to the patients.
RIP, Billy Mays.
What I hate most is the actors that had been given a fake name and you are expected to believe they are an actual customer like on that Peterson Dean Solar commercial and then I see the same idiot on an advertisement for Mike Thompson motor homes and he tells you that he purchased one.
Ya-who would have guessed the guy really liked his cocaine?