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Coca-Cola: "Carville & Frist"

by JJ Hawkins, posted Feb 3rd 2008 11:33PM
It's nice to see that two political pundits can set aside their differences and show some bipartisanship on an issue that is critical to the well being of this country.

That said, I think I could have picked some opponents that would have made for a much better commercial. Don't get me wrong, I know politics is in the air and it was very timely to have Carville & Frist together in a commercial, I have two quick ideas that could have worked just as well.Coca Cola: Lohan & Hilton

Are they friends? Are they not friends? Who cares, let's just make sure the commercial has a few shots of them getting out of vehicles.

Coca Cola: Britney Spears & Sanity

Seriously, Britney Spears strolling around LA holding hands with sanity would have been the best way to convey two things that have no business being together - being together.

Again, why don't they consult me first before they make these commercials? Oh that's right - because my ideas are terrible.

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sitruc

The ad wasn't any good, but did you need to go that far off with your commentary?

February 04 2008 at 4:30 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
johngaltx

Who wants to see two washed up politicos chumming around together for any reason let alone selling crap during the superbowl? Just plain stupid...one guy looks like Skeletor and the other like a cross between Ken and GI Joe...pathetic, I cannot even remember what they were hawking; the sign of a really poor ad.

February 04 2008 at 3:09 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Rob

FWIW,.. I think the Britney Spears idea of yours would have been hilarious! ... and something that would have been talked about long after the game.

February 04 2008 at 1:37 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
C.A

How the hell did you make this about Britney Spears?

I mean what the hell! Stop picking on Britney.

February 04 2008 at 8:32 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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