Scott Hardie | January 6, 2004
I overheard a commercial on TV for M&Ms, in which the characters have lost their colors and are on some kind of quest to get them back. That's when I realized that the anthropomorphic CGI candies have more excitement in their lives than I do.

Jackie Mason | January 6, 2004
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Anna Gregoline | January 6, 2004
Don't people in all commercials live more exciting lives than we do? "Oh boy! Toliet bowl cleaner!!!!" =)

Scott Hardie | January 6, 2004
LOL

Kris Weberg | January 7, 2004
Maybe not people in H&R block ads.


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