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    Posted: 16 Jan 2012 at 11:26pm
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Do all digitally-modified cows have to talk like overly-prissy women at tea parties? Is that one of those unwritten rules of advertising or something?
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Yea, ya got a point there, doncha know.

Better than a bull talking like that, though.

Ever try to milk a bull?

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I like this commercial, as well as most of the California Milk commercials.
 
But, Pa, where are you seeing this commercial?  I assumed it was just a California commercial.  I also wondered about the Jack-in-the-Box commercial you posted earlier---is Jack in NY now?
 
 
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Thor, we see California dairy commercials here.  I don't understand it, either - we have our own bunch of dairy farms.

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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

I like this commercial, as well as most of the California Milk commercials.
 
But, Pa, where are you seeing this commercial?  I assumed it was just a California commercial.  I also wondered about the Jack-in-the-Box commercial you posted earlier---is Jack in NY now?
 
 
 
I don't care where one goes, California Milk commercials are there - even outside the U.S.
Jack-in-The-Crack?
Thor...we lived MANY years in Tejas.
Very familiar with Jack-In-The-Box (they even made stupid commercials when we were there).
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I should mention that we constantly see commercials for places, things, and products that are not available.
 
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I see these ads are the product of the California Milk Advisory Board, but Wikipedia doesn't even have a page on that.  So, who knows why the commercials are everywhere?
 
I also see they come from a different entity than the old "Got Milk?" commercials, which come from the California Milk Processor Board.  Were those nationwide, too?
 
I guess we just have a lotta milk boards out here.
 
 
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 "bun cake" ? Confused 
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Originally posted by Tiz Tiz wrote:

 "bun cake" ? Confused 


Like I implied before, California cow commercials must be written by middle-aged women who come up with their jokes while talking to their friends in their knitting clubs.
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Or while hanging drywall....
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

 
I also see they come from a different entity than the old "Got Milk?" commercials, which come from the California Milk Processor Board.  Were those nationwide, too?
 
 
No sooner did I say that when---well, I guess the "Got Milk?" commercials are back.  I saw a few new ones last night.
 
 
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I see California Milk commercials in Wisconsin! And yes it does kind of piss me off. I would never drink or consume dairy products from California. And the commercials suck.
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Originally posted by missyme missyme wrote:

I see California Milk commercials in Wisconsin! And yes it does kind of piss me off. I would never drink or consume dairy products from California. And the commercials suck.
 
Probably not a helluva lotta need in Wisconsin for out-of-state dairy products.
 
 
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I have never even heard of California milk, much less seen an ad for it.
 
Nice to learn you have something to be thankful for once in awhile. Thumbs Up
 
If I had heard the term "California milk" I woulda thought it had something to do with drugs.
 
Maybe some kind of new drinkable liquid crack or something.
 
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

I have never even heard of California milk, much less seen an ad for it.
 
Nice to learn you have something to be thankful for once in awhile. Thumbs Up
 
 
"Everybody needs milk.  Even Carol Doda's."
 
Carol Doda was a famous SF stripper.  I'd post the pic, but it's nude.
 
 
I actually have this postcard somewhere.  Had no idea it'd be worth $50.
 
 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

 
 
"Everybody needs milk.  Even Carol Doda's."
 
She's certainly got the jugs to keep it in.
 
 
 
 
Great news guys.... With the Air Hawk, flat balls are no longer a problem!!!
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She's 74 now.  The milk in those jugs is curdled by now, if not "evaporated".
 
 
 
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Probably turned into cottage cheese.
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That woman's "bun cake" could feed about 4 Duggar familes....
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