Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Pickle Jar, Oct 4, 2015.
Dont Squeeze the Charmins
Digger the dog....digger he goes with you when you explore!
Milford Plaza. The lullabie of Broadway.
If it says Libby Libby Libby on the label label label, you will like it like it like it on the table table table .....
O M G....I can still sing every word!!
Don Draper's signature achievement:
I am stuck on Band-Aid brand, cause Band-Aid's stuck on me.
Plop, plop, fizz, fizz...
Call Roto-Rooter, that's the name, and away go troubles down the drain...
And some of you SoCals may remember Cal Worthington and his dog Spot. The jingle always stayed the same, but the gimmick was that his dog Spot would change from one commercial to the next. One weekend Spot would be a lion, the next an elephant, then a camel and on and on.
was the jingle for Sheraton Hotels around 1970.
"By the winter of 1970, the new 800 number was on-line and the new advertising campaign broke with saturation TV, full-page magazine ads and incessant repetition of "eight, oh, oh, three-two-five, three-five, three-five." The number was set to a catchy tune which was recorded by the Boston Pops. A singing dog performed it on Johnny Carson's show, it was cocktail-lounge background music in a TV drama and it was played at skating rinks. The reservations flowed into Sheraton in ever-increasing numbers, breaking records every month."
My Baloney has a first name, It's O-S-C-A-R.
My Baloney has a second name, It's M-A-Y-E-R.
I used to wear Charlie all the time. Love this commercial!
Me too. Has been in my head for thirty plus years. UOTE="Pooh bear, post: 10236826, member: 8108"]O M G....I can still sing every word!![/QUOTE]
That commercial is hilarious to anyone who's ever been in a McDonald's in the last 30 years.
this is why Joey Heatherton was my childhood fantasy