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    Posted: 22 Apr 2015 at 7:56pm

This is sooooo wrong! And these commercials aren't even funny nor clever!
Thank God for kids who love Obscure Things.

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Some activist group is going to have a field day with the fact that Oscar just slapped his girlfriend's brains out.

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LOL This ad reminds me of the mental images I get from Donathan's stories. 
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Makes me wanna go right out and buy a bottle....Wacko
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I was never really in to mustard but come to think of it, Frenches was the brand I remember seeing all the time.
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French's and Guldens were the big ones when I was growing up.  Gulden's was the brand we got.  But there's others out there.  Plochman's is sold at the Dollar Tree, as is some brand of yellow mustard.  Maybe I've gotten Koop's there, too.


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I also hate how the other mustard mocked the Heinz Mustard! Such a b***h!Angry
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Originally posted by MrCleveland MrCleveland wrote:

I also hate how the other mustard mocked the Heinz Mustard! Such a b***h!Angry

I hate when mustards mock each other, too.  Damned bullies!


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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Originally posted by MrCleveland MrCleveland wrote:

I also hate how the other mustard mocked the Heinz Mustard! Such a b***h!Angry


I hate when mustards mock each other, too.  Damned bullies




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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote aka ron Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24 Apr 2015 at 5:36pm
What a great album side, I had to hear Polythene Pam.
And the shortest song in their library, Her Majesty.
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Originally posted by aka ron aka ron wrote:

I was never really in to mustard but come to think of it, Frenches was the brand I remember seeing all the time.


OMG... no wonder you don't like mustard.

Gulden's ... on a hot dog or burger when I used to eat meat. On a soft pretzel ( yum!)
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The "French's" bottle whine-mocking at the end--AARRGGH!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Ad nauseous Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29 Apr 2015 at 12:49am
How does people acting in food costumes gonna convince me to buy mustard!?

I just don't get it!!

Maybe its me but the French's mustard sounds and acts like a total bitch!

I know its not me I know I'm supposed to hate her, to that I give kudos to the actress for good acting!
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This could be a long war!  Right now French's is the big dog in the American market.  But Heinz is merging with Kraft, who has the Oscar-Meyer and Grey Poupon brands.

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Go Plochmans! Go underdog condiments!

Just thinking about that round, supple bottle supersized and slapped on an acting school dropout makes my sammich tangy.

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^You are not rightLOL

I buy Burman's, huge bottle, $.89 from Aldi's.
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I think I got this curvy beauty on a 10 for 10 sale. One dollar for a summer's worth of plump yellow bulb squeezing.
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I like Gulden's spicy brown.

But I always carry some Grey Poupon in the car, just in case I pull up next to a Rolls Royce and they ask, "Pardon me, would you have any Grey Poupon?"

Then I could answer, "But of course!"

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I had some horseradish mustard in my refrig until recently.  It was good.  More mustardy than horseradishy.  Koop's was the brand.


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Originally posted by AquilaLorelei AquilaLorelei wrote:

The "French's" bottle whine-mocking at the end--AARRGGH!


Without a doubt, the worst part of that whole commercial. It just came on and I had to search on here to see if a thread existed.

I admittedly like Heinz's honey mustard but their yellow is just that....plain, yellow mustard. I have a soft spot for Gulden's because it was my dad's favorite.
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Alrighty then, this commercial just came on AGAIN since the last time I posted and it got me thinking about an age old debate since the ketchup is eating it (himself?!) on a hot dog.

Do YOU put ketchup on your 'dog? I think I am in the minority because.....I do. Thumbs Up
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Ketchup on a dog is blasphemy. Wink Mustard and relish all the way.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Darthhillbilly Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19 Jun 2015 at 10:08pm
Originally posted by i8acannibal i8acannibal wrote:

Ketchup on a dog is blasphemy. Wink Mustard and relish all the way.

Seconded.

Unless it's mustard, chili, and cheese.
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That's good too. But no ketchup. No ketchup at all on dogs. 
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Dammit, I knew it! I don't get it! I love the warm hot dog with the cold ketchup and it gives it a bit of a zing. Or something. Explain why you're all anti-ketchup-on-hot-dogites.
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