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They’re baackkkk. The singing pirates are back in the freecreditreport.com New Car Commercial. And, I love it. This barnstorm of commercials is so funny to me. Admittedly, it sounds bonkers but sometimes I like commercials more than television shows. While I wangle a short attention span, I have an advertising degree in custody. This interesting coupling of traits makes me an ad agencies dream. Yes Madison Avenue, I am JUST who you are looking for!
Anyway, here is my new fave commercial.
Eric Violette is the actor in each of the commercials of freecreditreport.com campaign. And, no he is not in a real band. Rather, he is a comedian.
The lyrics: Well I’m shopping for a new car, which one’s me? A cool convertible or an SUV. Too bad I didn’t know my credit was whacked, so I driving off the lot in a used sub-compact.F-R-E-E, that spells “free”, credit report dot com baby. Saw their ads on my TV. Thought about goin’ but was too lazy.Now instead of lookin’ fly I’m looking fat, my legs are sticking to the vinyl and my posse’s getting laughed at.F-R-E-E, that spells “free”, credit report dot com baby…
All my friends are preggers (though the number dwindled by one on Saturday and then one-less again on Monday). The list is currently at SIX. Yes, SIX of my friends are pregnant. That makes my trips to Margaritaville lonely. And, martini’s in solitude just aren’t as fun. Anyway, I saw this post on Southern Mamas, and thought I better post it here. I know several of you could really use something like this.
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After mo-sing down to St. Simons this Saturday, we had a GREAT weekend. The family mobile was loaded with the whole fam – even Barry and Sugar. Saturday night, Brian, B and I went to Blackwater Grill. It was delicious. You can see their menu, here. I had a Berry-tini – Super Fun! After dinner, we put baby to bed before enjoying a glass of wine and R&R on the deck. We talked and rested and sipped while listening to the radio (louder than we should, longer than we should). The tunes danced underneath the blanket of a gentle rustle from the trees. A sheet of waves covered that. The crashing could be heard as it poked thru the sound covers. It was great. I mean, it was really wonderful. On Sunday, we went up to Darien to shop at the Strasburg Store and Ralph Lauren. Yeah, baby. Yeah, Mama! Dad was in tow so I didn’t get to bring home any kadoodles from the Strasburg Store. Rats! I was in heaven as I love to dress up B. Papa was, well, less than thrilled. He didn’t think the prices were “outlet” at all. I promised B we would be back without Papa on a Mommy/Daughter extravaganza. “Shhh…it will be our little secret,” I promised. I did score at the RL store, though. I even found a belt big enough for my post-delivery size. RL is one of my deepest weaknesses. It always has been and it always will be. I was in heaven – with two bags to prove it. Shake what cha’ mama gave yuh. And, you know those athletic socks I am obsessed with. I FOUND them there. Yayayayayay! Soft, comfy, and well fitted, I could hardly keep myself from kissing my feet all the way home. I love those socks, but that’s another blog-eroni. Sunday afternoon Brian headed to the Moran Theatre to see the Panic Show in Jacksonville — male bonding and free time. For some reason he always lets his beard grow out before he goes to a show. He must feel liberated when he is scruffy. Mr. Wild and Free. B and I caught up with the Curriers. We were amazed that even at 8 months the girls are already playing together. Baby L likes to pull B’s hair and B likes to sit on Lilly. It’s hilariuos. We packed up early this morning to head back to the ‘boro to enjoy the rest of Papa’s day off.
Barry and Sugar get some R&R!