Home - by Cardigan - January 25, 2013 - 08:00 America/New_York - 26 Comments
h/t The Doktor
January 25th, 2013
And all this time I thought Jellystone was in the US.
My own rule of thumb:
Never, ever purchase any product that markets to imbeciles as “Eco”.
I will give the marketing guys partial credit for daring to brandish a defense weapon against polar bears.
Leftists: It’s what’s for dinner.
Boobie the Rocket Dog
I agree with Irony, but I thought the “eco” reference was as much a joke as the rest of the commercial.
I though Obama, with all of his fascist Alternative Energy spending, was responsible for the Eco-Bubble.
I’ll never buy into the ‘eco’ thing. But c’mon, that was funny!
I fast-forward through all commercials. I would stop every time and watch this!
Stirrin the B.S.
That was funny! Very clever marketing.
I’m sure the bears were using phosphate free detergent.
I guess, at the very least, this video answers that age-old question:
“Does a bear do his laundry in the woods?”
RACIST! Black bears turning white
Damn! I was hoping the bear was going to eat them all.
@Irony, ditto x100!
Also, anything that claims to be “organic”, “green” or “environmentally friendly”.
@dude, now you’re thinking like a true race baiter! hehehehe
For the life of me, I can’t seem to get in that mindset. Even for a joke. Gotta work on that!
Clever. But insufficiently clever to ever sell me an “eco” product.
Maudie N Mandeville
“Eco’ means washes in 2 qts cold water with slow spin and your dryer doesn’t heat above 50º.
@Claudia — Gutfeld lays bare all their whiny, grievance-mongering, race-baiting tactics in his new book. It’s a hoot!
A bear and a rabbit are taking a dump in the woods.
The bear asks the rabbit: “Do you have a problem with sh-t sticking to your fur?”
The rabbit says no, so the bear wipes his ass with the rabbit.
Hey, could someone help me push my truck down to the lake so I can jumpstart my battery.
Then … that’s an eco-lie, eh?
That was a great commercial.
That was… kinda wrong, but really funny.
If ecogeekos take the time to think about this, it will make them angry.
The bear that turns out to be a dirty polar bear not only uses and enjoys a man made appliance. It’s an appliance that uses electricity.
Then the bear tells all his friends and they come looking for the modern electrical convenience that man has made instead of jumping into the cold, cold water the way nature intended.
I like it!
dissappointment at 47 seconds
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