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Honk If You Love...2.0

This has just got to be my favourite TV commercial these days.



If only life came with warnings, eh?

Comments

Indigo Roth said…
Hey Dufus! Ha! I saw this one a few times during the NFL coverage on Sunday night. The tongue kiss was priceless! Indigo
nonamedufus said…
Indigo this ad kills me. Although the first time I saw it I had the sound down and thought the honking was coming from outside. Glad I paid attention the second time around.
Nicky said…
Yeah, my life would have been very different if there were warning "beeps" every time I'm doing or about to do something stupid. I probably wouldn't have 15 million kids. Or Jepeto.
Professor Chaos said…
That one cracks me up every time!
Shawn @ www.StubbornFool.com said…
Amazing commercial. I sooo need that.
If I had that horn warning i wouldn't have bought that crappy Nissan.
I've never seen this one, but, of course, don't see much TV out here in the sticks. ;) But it's a good 'un. :)
Nonamedufus said…
You really should look into cable, Bryan.
Nonamedufus said…
I'd choose Jepeto. Fewer to feed.
Nonamedufus said…
Ha, Ha. Good one.
Cheryl said…
My 11-year old Altima needs replacing. THIS has given me the impetus I needed to run over to test drive the new model.
nonamedufus said…
Did your car honk to warn you it was time to replace it?
Cheryl said…
No, it went cha-ching one time too many.
nonamedufus said…
Oh, that's so sad. But at least it's still making noises and hash;t stopped running altogether.

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