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    As Screamed On TV
    #21
    It is possible to lead a quite normal life without ever buying anything that is being advertised on TV.
    Try it for a month. Or for a year.

    Never underestimate the power of human stupidity.
    - Robert A. Heinlein
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    #22
    (03-06-2013, 04:31 PM)velvetfog Wrote:  
    (03-06-2013, 06:55 AM)srijantje Wrote:  i wonder if i can clean my ass with it


    Stick to using twigs and your finger SJ.
    Buying the fancy stuff advertised on TV won't solve your problems.
    problem?what problem?Big Grin

    consistency is the hobdob
    of small minds[
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    #23
    @Wildcard - you have to see this:


    Now you can touch small children without using your hands, clean up after a crime scene, and clean up 'randomly spilled loose change...' LMAO

    You know, i might actually want one of these schticky things...
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    #24
    How the fuck did I miss this @Spudgun17?

    LMAO

    This is the height of TV advertising (and I actually mean that in a good way)-- this is like the greatest commercial. +1 from 3 mos. ago headed your way. Big Grin
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    #25
    When I'm dead, I'd like someone to be considerate enough to gently place a schticky inside my coffin. Big Grin
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    #26
    When I'm dead, I'd like someone to be considerate enough to use a Schticky™ to clean up my ashes after they have been spread.

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    #27
    I like shopping channels and don't mind them being loud, not even mind shouting presenters, who are sometimes very funny. My favourite shopping channel is the German 'Juwelo' tv, and also like Japanese QVC, and UK's 'Bid tv' where I like to guess the final price.

    I watched the videos of the 'Shamwow' guy and found him hilarious, he very amusing. I like man who can make fun of himself, although at 1.91m (6ft 3) he should have tried basketball, not shouting through tv!
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    #28
    I remember the TV ads on late night local TV for K-Tel records many years ago.
    K-Tel was producing and selling a variety of compilation vinyl record albums that typically had 20 hit songs on each of them.
    The quality of their albums wasn't all that great. They had micro-grooved the shit out of them in order to fit 10 songs on each side.
    But it was still a pretty good deal.

    Never underestimate the power of human stupidity.
    - Robert A. Heinlein
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