3/13/08

Truer words were never spoken.



You gotta love locally produced commercials.

I've also decided that on a list of the least likely prison nicknames for Eliot Spitzer, "Mr. Happy Crack" would be #1.

ps- it turns out they're not so local after all! Get your franchise now!

27 comments:

  1. Apparently no one ran that ad campaign past the 12-Year-Old Boy Snicker Panel.

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  2. I wouldn't be too sure of that.

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  3. Don't they use cornstarch for that?

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  4. It is all in how you say it. Here's an example:
    She had a crack baby.
    or
    She had a CRACK, baby!

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  5. I am crying with laughter! Stop finding these gems....Thank you!

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  6. You know how much I love local commercials, but never have I seen one as fantastic as this one!

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  7. I figure if they take 24 to 48 hours to show up, you're better off buying some baby powder and doing it yourself. ;)

    BTW, linked to you.

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  8. "...dry crack is a happy crack!"

    Best.line.

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  9. I wonder what kind of equipment they use.

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  10. kristina12:15 PM

    Geez, I was just thinking last night that my crack was too wet... my poor, unhappy crack... I'd best give these guys a call!

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  11. Please, please tell me they had an accompanying jingle!

    Hey, jv, maybe cbh could hook them up if they're lacking.

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  12. Oh brother, and here I was trying to moisten my crack. You live and learn, I guess. LOL

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  13. If that pic was on "Survivor" it would be a blurred out crack . .

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  14. Are you sure this isn't a commercial for Marion Barry in DC?

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  15. Those of us living in Baltimore would imagine home delivery of crack cocaine. I'm sure if these ads were in the area the local tranny crack hoes would be besides themselves with joy!

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  16. I don't even understand that ad. Why would I want a dry crack in my foundation? I want my crack filled with some kind of industrial strength caulk.

    I said CAULK!

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  17. you are very funny butt you need a new template to reflect your status as a funnyman. EMMASOMETIMES CAN HELP...did I say that outloud?

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  18. Doozie and I were laughing at your post while we talked on the phone to each other because that's what blog peops do. (Don't mind her, she is hopped up on easter candy.)

    Yes, I do templates but I do say no to crack.

    Hilarious, as usual.

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  19. Don't believe that emma, she is indeed suckin on the crack pipe, only because I gave it to her after I got tired of it and got a new bigger better one

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  20. Is their spokesperson Phil McCrackin?
    Please tell me it is.

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  21. There's a huge billboard with their slogan on it near me in Massachusetts. "A dry crack is a happy crack" has become a popular catchphrase around our house.

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  22. Spitzer's prostitute is an inspiration. Since I learnt that you can make $5,000 from just taking a train from DC to NY I started my own operation for Irish fetishists. My profits have sky-rocketed! more on my blog.

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  23. Anonymous6:04 PM

    Great comments, except for putting caulk in your crack, that's just weird (and ineffective)! We have a "Coed 9-99 year old Snicker Panel" and the more snickering the better. The ads work and so do our great products and services. Apparently many of the posters have crack issues so click on the "Show Us Your Crack" link at www.thecrackteam.com; we offer free estimates and we love inspecting cracks. Best, MHC

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  24. kristina12:01 PM

    Sorry MHC, but the "caulk" comment was very funny...

    Some of us aren't comfortable discussing our crack problems with strangers, so don't be surprised if we don't call for an inspection.

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  25. But how about "Crack Filler"? Now how much would you pay?

    http://dadintheheadlights.wordpress.com/2008/03/10/209/

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  26. Too dang funny.

    Uhhhhh....mmmmm...Maybe desitin? Works on all kinds of cracks! heh

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  27. kristina6:29 PM

    In case you want to do it yourself - crack creme!

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