Most Annoying Commercial. (happened, tv commercial, favorite)
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As a Coloradoan, I remember how Dikembe Mutombo brought life to the Denver Nuggets, and I remember how electrifying he was. There was no better shot-blocker than he was... I think the Geico Commercial with him is great.
One of the most annoying for me is the Cuties commercial. The narrator sounds like an adult trying to talk like a little kid saying how much kids love Cuties (tangerines....). It might be a kid, but it sure doesn't sound like it.
Progressive and Geico insurance companies are getting heavy play from my remote's mute button.
I detest the Geico pig commercials.
I used to detest the chrysler ads where they made all men out to be meatheads with only one thing on their minds: "does that thing have a hemi." Hated those ads, and lots of other chrysler/dodge ads.
Hate any ads that are loud and obnoxious.
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I watch lots of TV late at night and they'll show commercials that take up a whole half-hour for some product and keep repeating the same stuff over and over and over, finally the commercial ends and then a new one will start and that one will last a half-hour...man I hate sitting through them and it seems that the show never really starts at all. At least my butt will be firm when that Butt-Master 6000 arrives.
There is this new "Flo" commercial..
WTF were they thinking..??
It's not the BUNDLE one..
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