This advertisement for Direct TV satellite service rubbed a few people the wrong way because it created a virtual environment where old footage of now deceased comedian Chris Fa....
This advertisement for Direct TV satellite service rubbed a few people the wrong way because it created a virtual environment where old footage of now deceased comedian Chris Farley was spliced in with new footage with David Spade. Many felt that using a dead person to sell a product through clever technology was just wrong, but the ad has been viewed over three million times now. There's no such thing as bad publicity, apparently.
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A person who thoroughly enjoys finding fault with others or in things around him or her.Say the word out loud to yourself now that you know the meaning and see how many people...
/d Š’u ‹ ‹Ë†m ‰-nt ‰â„¢s/: Smelling distinctly like horse urine.
Why someone saw fit to create a word that specifically identified horse urine when even humans don't...
Blesiloquent: To speak with a stutter or a lispWas it just a cruel twist of fate that this word would be a challenge to pronounce for those who have a lisp or a stutter?
Bever (noun): A snack between meals."The problem with bevers is that they end up containing more calories than meals."
Jiffle (verb): To fidget or shuffle restlesslyAn easy word to remember because it sounds like a combination of the words "fidget" and shuffle."
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