Wayfair. Wife sings jingles like, “I can plan my room while I’m falling asleep.” Earnest husband ventures with his version, which is the standard Wayfair jingle. Wife says without a beat, “No, not good.” Because men are always buffoons, and chubby housewives wear the pants and are right. Irritates me to no end and pays constantly.
Red Zone removes all context, emotion and engagement from the game. it is to sports what twitter is to conversation.Elaborate
UGH. I think I posted this one in the other thread. Not only does the deep voice guy tell you how legendary Mazda is, he's telling you in 2-to-3-word phrases only. Mazda. Feel... alive...Any of the new Mazda commercials where they play this "epic" sounding music with an over dramatic narrator speaking in a deep voice about how legendary it is to drive a Mazda. News alert Mazda--there is nothing legendary about driving one of your vehicles. Your cars are basically for people who were pissed that they couldn't afford a Lexus and were mad that the sales people at the Honda and Toyota dealerships wouldn't give them a good enough deal either. You can drive those commercials right into the sun.
This drives me nuts. Why shouldn't they raise your rates after you were at fault in an accident? The epitome of entitlement.Liberty Insurance where the lady admits she side-swiped a car, then refuses to take responsibility and blames her (non-Liberty) insurance industry for raising her rates. But Liberty doesn’t, the implication being if I were a Liberty customer I’d be picking up tabs for idiots like that. Thankfully I’m not.