I’ve never seen a commercial that perfectly describes parenthood like this one does. In a short 60 seconds it manages to capture the essence of daily life for parents. Somehow it manages to embody the joys, frustrations, sleeplessness, clutter, pain, dog-food eating and chaos that is parenting.
If you loved Kmart’s infamous ship my pants and big gas savings commercials, then you’ll enjoy their new Joe Boxer commercial. The ad begins innocently enough with six young, attractive, men dressed in suits standing behind a table playing Jingle Bells with some very large bells.
As I have confessed to you before, I am not a big football fan. There are many aspects of the game that I don’t understand, that don’t make sense to me, or that just plain bore me. I don’t understand why they stop the clock after some plays, but not after others. How does a game that has four 15 minute quarters last for three hours on average?
There was only one winner this past Sunday. It looked like the game was going to be a blow out for the Baltimore Ravens, that is until the power went out. The Ravens seemed to fall asleep when the stadium went dark.
One of the issues watching late night television is having your stomach seduced by munchie-inducing fast food advertisements that ultimately lead to a wicked appetite for destruction – of your waistline.
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