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    Posted: 10 Oct 2008 at 2:16am
The woman apparently feels she must fake being at a posh health spa to impress her friend. She has her Glade next to her and raves to her friend. Unfortunately this woman who is trying to be "overly cute" hears hubby coming to the door and quickly gets off the phone with her "oops" smile. Her friend almost found out the TRUTH that she was only pretending.
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Oh yeah.  We've had a few extensive threads on these Glade commercials.  I contend that the woman's a compulsive liar.  She's lied to her friends and family REPEATEDLY for reasons I can't even imagine.  I mean, why in the world does this woman need to tell her friend that she's at some spa, rather than in her own bathtub??
 
 
 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Oh yeah.  We've had a few extensive threads on these Glade commercials.  I contend that the woman's a compulsive liar.  She's lied to her friends and family REPEATEDLY for reasons I can't even imagine.  I mean, why in the world does this woman need to tell her friend that she's at some spa, rather than in her own bathtub??
 
 
 
...just to finish off her phone coversation as she did?! Can you spell 'S-L-U-T'?!Dead
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Originally posted by sandy345 sandy345 wrote:

The woman apparently feels she must fake being at a posh health spa to impress her friend. She has her Glade next to her and raves to her friend. Unfortunately this woman who is trying to be "overly cute" hears hubby coming to the door and quickly gets off the phone with her "oops" smile. Her friend almost found out the TRUTH that she was only pretending.
 
Well this is Glade's focus.   Use GLADE's cheapo candle products and people think you're treating yourself to elegant beeswax or soy candles.   I've tried these types of (supermarket) candles and you may as well light a urinal cake on fire.  Same scent! Dead
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light a urinal cake on fire.  ROFL!
 
If the candles are so great they make you feel like you're at a spa, why isn't she telling her friend, "Yea you have to try this candle, it's so awesome it makes me feel like I'm at the spa!" instead of lying about it.
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Why does Glade want someone who is ashamed to be using their product represent them?
What a self-depreciating view.  It sure makes me want to buy something.
was feeling nostalgic
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Excellent point, Shadow.
 
Candles: even the more expensive "Yankee Candle" scented candles make my nose run.
 
If you're shopping for candles at the grocery store, go to the organic aisle and look for a soy candle.  The fragrances are better, and they won't make you ill unless you're allergic to soy or something.
 
 
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Those ads drive me crazy. I think the one where the label from the candle gets stuck to the woman's butt is the most annoying of the bunch. Every time I see it, I wonder how this woman manages to have any friends. Why would anyone want to associate with a person who is so pretentious that they lie about something like that?
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I don't get why she needs to lie about the candles when her friend is on the phone! It's not like she can smell the candles over the phone.
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Girl down the street from me is selling scented candles for her school at $10 per.  I hate school solicitations, especially when they're for something frivolous (like a trip to Santa Cruz) or for something the school should be supplying (computers).  At least this one is for a jobs fair.  I agreed to buy one.
 
Thing is, ALL the candles smell like food.  Or they're supposed to, anyway.  Raspberries and cream, vanilla, apple pie, etc.  Why not rose or lilac or something?  What's with all these scented things needing to smell like food lately?  No wonder we eat so much; we're constantly being reminded to.
 
That said, a bacon-scented candle would be nice.
 
 
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Originally posted by HollyRock HollyRock wrote:

Excellent point, Shadow.
 
Candles: even the more expensive "Yankee Candle" scented candles make my nose run.
 
If you're shopping for candles at the grocery store, go to the organic aisle and look for a soy candle.  The fragrances are better, and they won't make you ill unless you're allergic to soy or something.
 
 
I love soy candles, their is a woman in a nearby town who makes them, she has an espresso one that makes you drool!
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Girl down the street from me is selling scented candles for her school at $10 per.  I hate school solicitations, especially when they're for something frivolous (like a trip to Santa Cruz) or for something the school should be supplying (computers).  At least this one is for a jobs fair.  I agreed to buy one.
 
Thing is, ALL the candles smell like food.  Or they're supposed to, anyway.  Raspberries and cream, vanilla, apple pie, etc.  Why not rose or lilac or something?  What's with all these scented things needing to smell like food lately?  No wonder we eat so much; we're constantly being reminded to.
 
That said, a bacon-scented candle would be nice.
 
 

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I like individual Yankee Candles, but my God you could asphyxiate in the parking lot at the outlets.  My wife will meet me at the bar in Applebees  when she is finished shopping.
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You can smell the Yankee Candle store all the way out into the mall.  The White-Barn candle store is just as bad.  Going in either one makes me suffocate.  The smells of the individual candles aren't so bad, but have them ALL blended together is enough to make me vomit.  And, anything Glade sucks.
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I don't know what it is about her specifically, but I absolutely can't stand the Glade Chick.  It's something to do with the way she looks, but I can't pinpoint it exactly.  All I know is that every time I see her I want to throw something at the TV.
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Maybe it's the snotty way she says, "And, yes, they're Glade." at the end of every commercial.  All she's doing is proving that she's a cheap b*tch who decorates solely at Wal-Mart.  Not that there's anything wrong with that.
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Mmmmmm....baconnnnnn....scented......cannnnnn.....dle!   LOL   I'd also buy one that smells like garlic and onion cooking in good olive oil.  Tongue I've bought some "baked cookie dough" and "coffee and cream" type candles over the years and they all smell like dirty feet! Dead
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I'd buy one that smells like pot roast and french bread.
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I had a bacon-scented car freshener a while back.  There was also a sausage-scented (breakfast, not Italian) one available.
 
 
 
 
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I hate food scented things makes you smell something you think it's food which you're dying to eat, but then it's only a candle or something else scented.

It's highly disappointing.
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Originally posted by MysticalChicken MysticalChicken wrote:

I don't know what it is about her specifically, but I absolutely can't stand the Glade Chick.  It's something to do with the way she looks, but I can't pinpoint it exactly.  All I know is that every time I see her I want to throw something at the TV.
 
She gives the "GL" sound too much glottal (onomatopoeia alert) and then overly emphasizes the L.  It's annoying.
 
She also flares her nostrils a lot.  They might be on perma-flare. 
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On perma-flare because she's snorting too many Glade candles......

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Unfortunately, this commercial is simply an exaggeration of the truth.
 
 
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Originally posted by Spicy_Meatball Spicy_Meatball wrote:

   I'd also buy one that smells like garlic and onion cooking in good olive oil.  Tongue 
 
Garlic and onion cooking in olive oil is one of the BEST smells!
 
 
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Angry The dumb woman is probably trying to soak the sticker off her wide azz from the previous commerical. Where she tries to tell her guest that it's a candle made in France.. remember the guest pulls it off the lying hostess' butt and asked "haven't you heard of GLA' DAY' (poor attempt at pronouncing GLADE with a French accent I guess)  Any way had I been the guest I would have lef the sticker on her dumb azz and let her run around all day with it back there.  What is it with the Johnson Company: trying to push their products to a bunch of compulsive liars????   Give us a break...  Then the same lying old twit is humped over exercising with th rest of the group and tries to lie out of having a plug in...
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