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Heh. Frog In A Sock.

November 11th, 2010 by skippy

This commercial is awesome.

But this commercial, diagnosis which was created in response to PETA pitching a tantrum over the first one, viagra usa is inspired.

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28 Responses to “Heh. Frog In A Sock.”

  1. wetdryvac Says:

    I haven’t bought alcohol in years. I may need to start. Also, now I appear to be hungry for exploded gator, which is an annoyance as my current region appears to lack ’em.


  2. Anonymous and STILL Employed Says:

    I just love it when people respond to criticism in ways like this.


  3. Ian M Says:

    Totally awesome. In your face, PETA.


  4. ltc_insane Says:

    lol that is awesome


  5. Tim Covington Says:

    I have to buy a bottle of this rum. Anyone who gives the middle finger to PETA deserves at least a little support.


  6. RobZ Says:

    I can’t tell you how sad I was when I found that the nearest place to buy this rum was Alberta Canada and I live in DC.


    Willy reply on November 12th, 2010 1:59 am:

    I live in Alberta, Canada o.O
    And you can get it at the age of 18 here!

    Hmm. As for the video…. I’ll get back to you when my flash sound starts working…


  7. Bugget Says:

    Oh it gets better….



    Fiarr reply on November 11th, 2010 10:22 pm:

    Brilliant! Thanks for sharing.


    Anonymous and STILL Employed reply on November 12th, 2010 5:45 am:

    Oh hell yes!
    This is the kind of truly inspired response to Holier than Thou organisations that we need more of.


  8. Speed Says:

    Huzzah the marinade! Gator and Bundaberg for everyone! Huzzah!


    StoneWolf reply on November 12th, 2010 4:39 pm:

    Seconded! I don’t even like rum but I would drink theirs just for the adds!


  9. ShuttleZ Says:

    Just one more reason why I love my Bundy and Cola! That’s even better than the “Drop Bear”!

    Oh, it’s a Croc not a Gator and, yes they do taste nice. :-)

    ….kinda like salty chicken


  10. ltc_insane Says:

    lol we Australian’s do like eating our wildlife :P


  11. silver2501 Says:

    Wildlife is the there to be eaten (as apposed to being stared at in small cages) n the greater the number of critters u ca eat in one sitting the better! =)


  12. luthor Says:

    am i the only one that wonders what a penguin would taste like?


    StoneWolf reply on November 12th, 2010 4:40 pm:

    Not anymore. Seriously, I need to go on a good old fashioned safari. Travel to exotic places, encounter strange new animals, and eat them.


    Catherine reply on November 13th, 2010 12:55 pm:

    Oily fish.


  13. Someone Else Says:

    At a guess, I’d say that it would be fatty, possibly too fatty to have any decent flavour.


  14. alwen Says:

    And of course if PETA really wanted to take on Bundaberg, the obvious direction if they knew their history would be the molasses/rum/slavery connection . . . oh, wait. That would assume stuff like “knew history” and “used logic”, wouldn’t it?


    md reply on November 17th, 2010 6:23 pm:

    PETA don’t give a bleep for actual people.


    JMireles reply on November 18th, 2010 1:45 pm:

    PETA doesn’t care about humans. Their thinking is, there are enough groups looking out for human rights. Besides, it’s evil humans harming the rest of the world by eating meat. Nevermind that the most active group of conservationalists anywhere happen to be hunters…


    skippy reply on November 18th, 2010 1:51 pm:

    To be fair, their track record isn’t so hot with animals either. They’re more into the *idea* of animals, rather than actual animals.

    Now their founder…she was a funny costume and an evil plan away from being a Batman villain.


    JMireles reply on November 18th, 2010 11:28 pm:

    I like that description. That’s awesome. I’ve butted heads with their supporters on occasion. Most are nut jobs, but a few are intelligent enough to be a danger. The impression I’ve gained from them is that they believe humans aren’t part of nature, but took it to the opposite extreme. I even had one tell me that humans aren’t naturally omnivorous, but are actually natural herbivores. I of course asked what color the sky was in their world.

  15. stine Says:

    I finally noticed the matched luggage…and laughed out loud. My personal favorite is their commercial that uses the showdown scene from The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.

    btw, is it just me or has reCAPTCHA finished correcting all of the libraries of the world and are now having us decode papers retrieved from recycling bins?
    captch: out. secivics


  16. Aaron Says:

    My strong drink of choice has been Knob Creek whiskey for some time (in honor of the amazing semiannual Machine Gun Shoot), but now I might have to add this one to the liquor shelf


  17. Martin Morehouse Says:

    Bundaberg also makes root beer, with the Australian style pull-tab bottle caps. A bit stronger tasting than A & W or Hires, but good. I think mine came from Trader Joe’s.


  18. Ben Brewer Says:

    Down here in South Texas, the P.E.T.A. that we belong to stands for, PEOPLE EATING TASTY ANIMALS …….


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