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Just some useless commentaries regarding some TV ads ;-)

Not working right now and I am trying to get better so that I can get back to serving God, researching and exploring the world.  While recuperating at home, here are some of my useless observations regarding a few TV ads: I love this commercial, but I have a "useless" comment: In the shorter version of this TV ad  the drumstick was hardly finished then Atasha asks, "Dad, isa pa(one more?)? Isa pang Chicken Joy!" (to reminisce about Serena Dalrymple)   This whole ad makes more sense.  ;-) There are so many places to explore in Spain, but the first thing they "explored" is dancing Flamenco, just so they could show their beautiful hair.

Mom's observation: How come Sarah has more exposure?

Dad's observation: Although I love Julia as an actress, right now, Sarah is the bigger star and she should be honoured to be in a TV ad with her.

That's his opinion.  ;-)

What is the message of this commercial? Are they housemates? ;-) (Useless thought bubble…
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