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    Quote Originally Posted by Coyote View Post
    Good point, you actually pay for the privilege of being a walking advertising space in the form of cable/satellite/streaming bills.
    Who'd a ever thought that humans would allow themselves to be charged for the privilege of being human billboards for billionaires and corps. Just the T shirt market alone, is worth billions to them in direct profits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronin Tetsuro View Post
    Mass brainwashing is always funny.
    No worse than "where's the beef" or hundreds of other advertising slogans that have become part of the lexicon. I'm less concerned about catchphrases than marketing campaigns that create unrealistic standards for beauty and success or promote the idea that happiness can be achieved by owning a product.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panzareta View Post
    Who'd a ever thought that humans would allow themselves to be charged for the privilege of being human billboards for billionaires and corps. Just the T shirt market alone, is worth billions to them in direct profits.
    First time I saw a teenager in a "Tommy" t-shirt I thought it was something to do with the Who. I couldn't believe these kids were paying top dollar to advertise for some designer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronin Tetsuro View Post
    I still don't know what the fuck dilly dilly is.
    Try this

    https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/dilly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blueneck View Post
    No worse than "where's the beef" or hundreds of other advertising slogans that have become part of the lexicon. I'm less concerned about catchphrases than marketing campaigns that create unrealistic standards for beauty and success or promote the idea that happiness can be achieved by owning a product.
    I firmly believe that any "normal" human that shouts Dilly Dilly in public is trying to utilize an advertisement created ideal to locate and commiserate with other like minded slaves. It's depressing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panzareta View Post
    Does that give you the right to spam a forum with it's commercials?
    I am not running a commercial. I am writing a parody of a scene from a commercial. Drawing on popular culture is a common source of humor. You might as well say that anybody who discusses Amazon, Tesla or Walmart on these forums are giving free publicity to those companies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minotaur View Post
    The Bud ad makers are saying it means nothing and seemed to say they just made it up but in fact it is an old saying in terms of being written into a song called Lavender's Blue but also being from the 17th century.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lavender%27s_Blue
    It was also a hit in the 1940ís. My Aunts and Uncles used to sneak me into the ballroom to watch them dance.

    Where I saw Glenn Miller and his band,shortly before he died in a plane crash.

    Sammy Kaye.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sammy_Kaye

    Also Burl Ives

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sammy_Kaye

    Even Dinah Shore recorded it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronin Tetsuro View Post
    I firmly believe that any "normal" human that shouts Dilly Dilly in public is trying to utilize an advertisement created ideal to locate and commiserate with other like minded slaves. It's depressing.
    Ronin,that song, Lavenderís Blue has been recorded so many times it is pathetic.

    I can not remember a name to save my life, but can remember every song I ever heard when I was young.

    I guess because I grew up loving music. My Mother and her Sisters had a quartet. My Aunt had the truest voice I ever heard, Soprano.

    I can carry a tune.
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    Perhaps people would be happier if I didnít name the product. Letís give it another shot.

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    Schumer (holding sheaf of papers): This is a fine piece of Dreamer legislation that I have really been into lately.
    Trump: Please follow Sir Mitch. He is going to give you a private tour of the Pit of Misery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronin Tetsuro View Post
    I firmly believe that any "normal" human that shouts Dilly Dilly in public is trying to utilize an advertisement created ideal to locate and commiserate with other like minded slaves. It's depressing.
    I firmly believe that anyone who says Dilly Dilly in public is about to get drunk and have a good time

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