[Loch-Ruadh] Herman, now TV commercials
concrete_donkey at yahoo.com
Wed May 21 10:38:33 PDT 2008
Ah yes, the snickers feast, now with interactive
--- Jacklyn Crisp <jcrisp415 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Have you seen the one where they are all jammed into
> the car and the guy in the toga in the back seat
> starts singing? Awesome voice!
> I thought the guy with the bad news was dressed as a
> pilgrim though, where the viking throws the trash
> The one with the viking sounding the horn to
> the feast...another guy in a toga tells him to
> announce the feast (the snickers bar). When the
> viking raises his horn, he knocks the candy bar out
> the other guys hand. The guy in the toga then says
> something on the order of no feast now or feast is
> ruined. The viking makes a rude noise with his
> --- Terry Sikes <tdsikes at prodigy.net> wrote:
> > Anyone noticing the TV commercials I've seen that
> > seem
> > to be SCA bent?
> > First there was the candy bar commercial where a
> > in a toga tells a guy dressed as a Viking that the
> > store is out of candy bars and the Viking throws a
> > trash can, then tells him he got the new candy bar
> > and
> > the Viking throws another trash can. There is a
> > commercial with the same two guys.
> > Then the other day I saw a pizza commercial where
> > the
> > pizza delivery person is at the door and a guy in
> > armor is telling her they just did a re-enactment
> > a
> > medieval battle. One of the guys yells "They
> > have pizza delivery in the middle ages!" and
> > a
> > flaming arrow into the car, which explodes.
> > Terrence
> > --- Padraig <padraig_ruad at irishbard.org> wrote:
> > > Personal message:
> > >
> > > Must be on SCA time.
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