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Re: Memorable Commercials Known More For Boobs
« Reply #30 on: September 15, 2015, 01:37:17 PM »
The Eagle Man Car Insurance commercials were a riot...Look at those low rates!

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Re: Memorable Commercials Known More For Boobs
« Reply #31 on: October 14, 2015, 06:09:34 AM »
"A Yorkie advert that was banned due to 120 complaints about how suggestive the woman's cleavage was."

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Re: Memorable Commercials Known More For Boobs
« Reply #32 on: October 14, 2015, 11:31:51 AM »
For your memories.
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I could sit here and watch this gif cycle all day.

And not care that she never empties the cart.    ;D   ;D


BTW - what the hell is "Suggestive Cleavage"  ?!
Does she vibrate her boobs like butterfly wings, so that they whisper in your ear?
Good trick...

They'd say, "Come fuck me... and buy a goddamn chocolate bar once in a while, 'fer crissake!"

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Re: Memorable Commercials Known More For Boobs
« Reply #33 on: October 14, 2015, 02:41:46 PM »
I don't watch TV hardly ever, and when I do I usually eliminate the commercials. So these are just big boob videos to me.

Thanks for the reprise of the double-fake Pomelo commercial from "The Big Tease: Here Comes Another One (1984)".  It's always appreciated around these parts  ;)



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Re: Memorable Commercials Known More For Boobs
« Reply #34 on: June 19, 2016, 04:14:44 PM »
I saw both of the candid camera movies by Yehuda Barkan in 1987 within just a few years of their Israeli release. They were in the discounted section of a little VCR repair shop that had a small tape rental business. It was interesting because the store had a large European and art film selection. Both films were hard to watch because the content was bordering on mean or unlawful. It was as if the makers of the films had seen "Candid Camera" one time then though it was a valid way to skirt common social expectations but in a sophomoric and gross puerile way devoid of any humor and totally at the expense of others - often in chauvinistic, demeaning, and outright dangerous "skits".

Also, the whole movie felt tossed together and poorly edited, as if they did not really have enough good takes of any one "joke" and had to splice together random bits to bridge between the few that actually "worked" or someone did not get hurt, called the police, or bring a lawyer into it.

The one bit with the Pomelo girl totally feels artificial and that ALL the participants are actors pretending to be random people. It has the pacing, framing, spotting and lighting of a soft-core porn shoot of the mid-1980's - complete with a soft focus filter on the camera (which a friend of mine pointed out).

More about this piece of the movie (The Pomelo Girl) here:

The single IMDB review comment sums it up well:

This movie is basically a crime put on film. I wonder what the laws in Israel were like that this exploitative garbage could even legally be shown. I can't believe the participants would sign a waiver.

It's horrible in every conceivable way. The humor is boorish and classless, the set-ups aren't very funny or clever and the bits of real people they capture aren't interesting. The episode with the large breasted woman is sad and embarrassing to watch for many reasons. It's really hard to believe anyone ever thought this thing was funny even with the changing of attitudes since then.

Just awful.

Here is a simple site asking the very question: Pomelo girl where are you?
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Re: Memorable Commercials Known More For Boobs
« Reply #35 on: November 06, 2016, 12:23:09 PM »
Back when There's Something About Mary was in theaters, a commercial was made showing the reactions of those who left after the movie. Song: Buttercup Baby. There was a stacked woman in burgundy I believe. At some point I think there was even a thread on the old oldddddd forum. Any attempts to find the commercial on my end has failed as the only thing that comes up is trailers for the movie.
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