One who observes and thinks about what has been seen, what has passed by my way, what greater meaning lies behind and beneath life's small events.
I can only echo your sentiment.
My mind denies its existence.
lol ummm, yeah, like she'd really eat that. That just sounds nasty
...and she didn't even need a napkin!
Stereotypes surround that one
Do you think there were enough stereotypes? Did they have the jets fly in formation?
Nothing is more American than clogged arteries.
That will be our legacy.
What a kick!
The advertising tech who came up with this one must be moving up the ladder of success.
I give up! The girl or the burger? Whos the most delicious, don't torture me, lol.
I personally like the boat, but then I don't eat burgers and I like guys.
I'm sorry, was there a burger in that commercial?I guarantee that model has never tasted anything from Carl's Jr..
Usually Carl's Jr. has the condiments drip down her "chest". Sometimes she licks her finger with ketchup from her "chest". That one got pulled mighty fast.
I have no idea what to say either.
It does blind the eyes, too.
Oh dear.Glad that we didn't see the svelte beauty sticking her fingers down her throat to ensure that she has not inhaled any of those calories...
Oh, that comes later, I am sure.
If it was that good, why did she only eat one bite in 41 seconds?
She was the only one in the hot tub, so she didn't have to fight for the other burgers....the other models were doing swimsuit spreads.
Funny how they have these little girls eating these burgers. If they really were, I don't think they'd be so little.
I think the Model Laws allow for one bite only, every month.
Hi Susan,41 seconds of totally misleading advertising. Gary
Funny how quickly the burger ceased to be the focus.
So the burger comes with a hot tub on a truck? There's enough food on that one burger to feed me for a week!Imagine eating one of those every single day (*~*)
I have to go with forget. It seems like a joke although I know it isn't.
Absolutely--humor overlays the product.
It's obvious what philosophy of advertising Carl's Jr uses. I'm usually not encouraged to buy their messy burgers, but a few times my sense of hunger weirdness has been aroused. I pay no attention to the women--it's all about the burgers for me:)
Thanks for your honesty, Lee. We haven't been to Carl's Jr. much, unless we are really really hungry.
Go ahead...it won' t hurt...I'd love to hear what you think!