[QUOTE=Borgoguy;4283427]My wife goes ballistic every time these spots appear on TV, which is virtually non-stop. She hates that one in particular because of horrendous sound design. If you watch the end, the actress should inhale as she exclaims, "Huh". Instead, the editor has her exhaling.
As for me, I find the commercials annoying, but am always immediately overtaken by the desire to "F" each of the three actresses I mentioned above, especially the one with the short hair.[/QUOTE]
I was going to make a point about the bizarre audio track, but given its orgasmic nature, felt it best not to critique... But your wife and I are on the same page.
I also want to smack those litttle kids in the face. But that's just me.
[QUOTE=Traitor Jay & the Woodies;4283624]I was going to make a point about the bizarre audio track, but given its orgasmic nature, felt it best not to critique... But your wife and I are on the same page.
[B]I also want to smack those litttle kids in the face.[/B] But that's just me.[/QUOTE]
The little boy looks like a Honduran version of Mr. Spock.
[QUOTE=DDNYjets;4283683]LOL. You guys do realize it is just a commercial.
And yes, some people do actually get cars as gifts.
+1 For the class warfare.[/QUOTE]
I'm soon-to-be 55 years-old. I have never known--or heard of--anyone who received a car, especially one as expensive as a Lexus, as a Christmas gift.
[QUOTE=Traitor Jay & the Woodies;4283748]It's a good thing that all of these people getting Lexus' as christmas gifts like the color of the vehicle that they received. I wonder what the Lexus exchange policy is like these days.[/QUOTE]
LOL. Without Lexus' Christmas gift business, the once-thriving gargantuan Christmas present bow business would be all but a memory.
I really don't play the lottery often. Few times a year when it's really high and I even think of it. But there is no way I would ever give a ticket to somebody because admittedly, I would not be happy if they one millions but instead pissed that i gave it away.