Reason To Smile




“Loosen rusty bolts, bake flaky pie crusts, make your hair shine.”

Before infomercials he hadn't sold a can a week. Now money rolled in.

Grandma




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Comments

  1. Ah, those commercials con everyone, don't they?
    I'm back blogging now, with a new blog.

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  2. This one's a classic! Thanks for the major chuckle!

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  3. I need it! great story.

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  4. He's in the big league now! Cute one. :O)

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  5. What a hoot! Great way to start my day -- with a big giggle! Hope your holidays were lovely!

    Sylvia

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  6. Thanks for the laugh! This reminded me of a long-ago Saturday Night Live sketch with Dan Ackroyd selling a product for which he claimed: "It's a floor polish! It's a dessert topping!" A classic.

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  7. The informercial-it gives annoying people work...

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  8. Next stop reality TV, and he'll never look back!
    NICE!

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  9. Very funny, and a truthful statement on the impact of infomercials! Clever!

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  10. Ain't that the truth! Brilliant, Grandma!

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  11. but wait, there's more. for a limited time he'll send you two. . . that's right two cans. . .
    funny

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  12. I started out with the same idea, Grandma! Too funny. The truly all-purpose grease :)

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  13. Great job Grandma!
    This kicked Ass!

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  14. He, he- I've seen some weird stuff for sale on infomercials & I have no doubt he'd make a mint. Hope you had a great holiday.

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  15. He doesn't look high-tech but he obviously is!

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  16. He definitely has that smarmy infomercial look.

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