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    Posted: 13 May 2008 at 11:38pm

I've seen it before, but it just caught me right TODAY!

The "Prom Date" comes to pick up Mommy & Daddy's innocent little girl.
He's brought the obligatory bouquet - and it certainly IS pretty!
He is going to properly attach it to "Daddy's little girl" (how VERY sweet of him!) - who, well, was blessed when she asked to be 'endowed'; and "Daddy" is certianly a Mafia hit-man, and NOT looking too kindly on this innocent little activity (to the "Prom Dates" dismay)...
 
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I LOVE IT!!!! It reeks of the 'shopping cart' scene, from 'Animal House'....
(been there, done that, married her...)
 
 
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It's a cute commercial...also the reason I always bought the ones for the wrist.
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Originally posted by Hootman Hootman wrote:

It's a cute commercial...also the reason I always bought the ones for the wrist.
Hooty! You mean to tell me you DIDN'T marry your 'PROM DATE'? You always bought the ones for the wrist? How many times did you go to your Senior Prom, before they caught up with you? How much time did you do for 'statch'?
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3 Homecoming Dances and 1 prom...

Did not marry any of them.  I waited for the best.
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Originally posted by Hootman Hootman wrote:

3 Homecoming Dances and 1 prom...

Did not marry any of them.  I waited for the best.
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I now hate the ad, because it's been played to death! It's not new, either, it's been running during 'prom season' for at least the last 2 or 3 years. But it's violated one of the rules of annoying ads by running more than once in the same commercial break!
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Sounds like you live in a rural area...I rarely see the ad, so it remains fresh. Lots of competition around here for T.V. time.
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I've seen that commercial.  The father actually looks quite friendly and is smiling at the beginning of the commercial.  It's only after the date attempts to pin the daughter that he looks a bit more concerned.  The mom looks distressed too and the date herself is not looking all that pleased for some reason.
 
 
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