Lockdown. Time to play into his psyche. White
Lockdown. Time to play into his psyche. White room. No stimulus. The "interrogatee" was ready for the first wave. Burt was the edge and I was the rope. I counted to three and4
asked 'Would you like a cup of water?' After having had to drink his own urine for a week, the prisoner nodded gratefully. Burt stepped in. 'Too bad, we just drank it all!'. I look4
ed at Burt in disdain. "You do know there's no such thing as good-corrections-officer/bad-corrections-officer, right?" Burt scoffed. "That ingrate deserves to be here. DRINK YOUR P5
RUNE JUICE OR I SWEAR YOU'LL STAY IN YOUR CELL ON BINGO NIGHT!" Life in the geriatric ward was tough for old Whistler & the other inmates, but they'd outlived 4 wardens &4
this one was already blind in one eye. It should only take a few cafeteria planning sessions and he'd be down for the count. Old Whistler was ready for the challenge.4
Old Whistler blew his favorite note...a B flat. Responding to the signal, the count did indeed appear and asked Old Whistler what took him so long to come down. Hells bells, that4
was the last straw. The Count said, "ONE!" and kicked Old Whistler in the balls. "TWO!" Smacked him upside the head. "THREE!" Shoved him down the stairs. "Ah! Ah! Ah!"3
The muppet head made a remarkably peculiar sound as it bounced off the steps. Seriously, I want to take a moment to point out just how peculiar a sound it really was. Boy, was it a3
sound of dog food breaking suction from its can. The muppet head was irrevocably broken. Whatever will they do for a mascot now? I guess they will have to5
just take the actual box of the product, give it some lifeless eyes, and choppily animate a creepy mouth. Oh, wait, Progressive Insurance already pulls that same creepy garbage.5
- 2011-09-13 23:23:59
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buddyboy4711 Feb 17 2013 @ 19:45
My personal least favorite is, if memory serves, a Checkers commercial in which the mascot was just a Checkers restaurant with legs. It flapped its drive-thru canopies like wings while making chicken noises. I've never seen or been to a Checkers, so this is my only point of reference for the atmosphere and overall dining experience.
Zetawilk Feb 18 2013 @ 00:05
Rachel Feb 18 2013 @ 07:59
I remember Big Boy Restaurants wanted to get rid of their mascot because they didn't want their business associated with obesity. Haha! There was a public outcry because that mascot is part of Americana. While they still use Big Boy on menus, I haven't seen an actual physical statue in ages. I hope they are still out there.
Zetawilk Feb 18 2013 @ 11:13
Really? I thought it was because most statue mascots came alive just like in that Simpsons Halloween episode and started rampaging through middle America. I wonder why cereal gets all the best mascots. Even the knock-off cereals that the big companies produce deliberately to sell on the cheap because they don't use recycled cardboard boxes.