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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote PaWolf Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 Jun 2015 at 11:19pm
Originally posted by sweetalkn sweetalkn wrote:

Sorry Trivago but I'd f@%k the Travelocity gnome before this dumpster diver. Before they let him do this commercial he had to remove the wife beater he was wearing with the dollar menu and beer stains on it. You walk into a hotel room with this deviant and the next morning you wake up in the bathtub filled with ice and missing a kidney and part of your liver!
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Originally posted by Clownloach64 Clownloach64 wrote:

He does appear to have spent many days with the bottle before landing this commercial. Couldn't he have taken a shower before hawking Trivago?His voice is odd as though he might originally have come from a different country.
He sounds like Nathan Fillion('Castle')...but otherwise kind of reminds me of a Mike Rowe-type...the kind of guy who thinks his feces is odor-free.
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Too harsh!?
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What a strong punch for a very first post Newbie!
My name is Donathan, pronounced the same way you pronounce Jonathan, except with a D. :D $608 for her brother's scooter. Fair is fair my ass. Being tough on Public Access TV is priceless.





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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote PaWolf Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 Jun 2015 at 1:18am
Originally posted by Donathan Donathan wrote:

What a strong punch for a very first post Newbie!
Who are YOU to correct or comment on anyone else, 'tang?! UNLESS this is YOU in disguise again...so, unless it IS you AGAIN (and it isn't, that I'm certain), shut the f**k up.
 
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Too harsh!?
Big smileLOLNot in the least bit! A refreshing dose of rapid well-thought 'real talk'. You sound like my best female friend that's not my wife. Welcome aboardThumbs Up 
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Originally posted by Donathan Donathan wrote:

What a strong punch for a very first post Newbie!
Who are YOU to correct or comment on anyone else, 'tang?! UNLESS this is YOU in disguise again...so, unless it IS you AGAIN (and it isn't, that I'm certain), shut the f**k up.
 
Originally posted by sweetalkn sweetalkn wrote:

Too harsh!?
Big smileLOLNot in the least bit! A refreshing dose of rapid well-thought 'real talk'. You sound like my best female friend that's not my wife. Welcome aboardThumbs Up 
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We do have some younger members and I think some who might as well belong to the Temperance Movement Secret Police. Just keep a thick skin and don't let anyone do the below to you via posts.
 
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Well..I was up all night (insomnia) and I read each and every posted comment. Didn't miss a single one. As I kept reading I have to admit I did get angrier and angrier as I agreed with most but blew a gasket with some. As I came to the end of my reading journey, page 11, I summed up the cons as some commenters got dreamy eyed for this disheveled dude and would walk off into the sunset with him without looking at some issues. Director you didn't do this poor actor any favors with that fiasco. This is a great forum I accidentally found after getting pissed at the umpteenth time I had to watch it. Sigh.
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If you read early on, you know he is a Euro-Texan musician, or a Texan who was sent to Germany at an early age and left there (could he be Little Ricky Perry's long-lost smart twin brother? The one who got all the brains?). I don't know if he's still a practicing musician.

I've known many bilingual folks over time - many of the German-English have his accent.
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I am not her, Pawolf!
My name is Donathan, pronounced the same way you pronounce Jonathan, except with a D. :D $608 for her brother's scooter. Fair is fair my ass. Being tough on Public Access TV is priceless.





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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

If you read early on, you know he is a Euro-Texan musician, or a Texan who was sent to Germany at an early age and left there (could he be Little Ricky Perry's long-lost smart twin brother? The one who got all the brains?). I don't know if he's still a practicing musician.

I've known many bilingual folks over time - many of the German-English have his accent.
Ah! that makes sense. Now I get the scruffy bathing challenged look. Supposedly across the pond folks bathe less. A lot of Europeans feel we are anal about bathing.
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Originally posted by zippyjet zippyjet wrote:

Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

If you read early on, you know he is a Euro-Texan musician, or a Texan who was sent to Germany at an early age and left there (could he be Little Ricky Perry's long-lost smart twin brother? The one who got all the brains?). I don't know if he's still a practicing musician.

I've known many bilingual folks over time - many of the German-English have his accent.
Ah! that makes sense. Now I get the scruffy bathing challenged look. Supposedly across the pond folks bathe less. A lot of Europeans feel we are anal about bathing.
More than that, ZJ.
Some years back, deodorant, razor blades, scented soaps, toilet paper...all unnecessary commodities in any number of Euro (actually, just about anywhere outside the U.S. of A.) countries. Yea, this means you knew when women were 'going through changes'.
One memory burned into my brainlessness takes me back to when fishnet stockings were popular in Europe. Red ones were very popular. However, the fine art of female shaving was not yet popular, so you did indeed see women who looked like Magilla Gorilla in fishnet stockings dragging their little husbands around (especially in Italy). Don't even ask about armpit hair.
 
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I've seen the following 3 Trivago ads in the past couple days:
Tim Williams with the hyper Chihuahua, Lucky (about 10 times)
Tim Williams with the emu (About 2 or 3 times)
Tim Williams' first commercial when he looked like a bum (once).

Yes, I can't believe Trivago is showing the homeless Tim Williams ad still...that's from 2013!
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Well, I've never seen a newbie post so strongly, as if she's been here for years. Hard to believe that this is her very first post. She posted like a long time CIH member.
My name is Donathan, pronounced the same way you pronounce Jonathan, except with a D. :D $608 for her brother's scooter. Fair is fair my ass. Being tough on Public Access TV is priceless.





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Originally posted by Donathan Donathan wrote:

Well, I've never seen a newbie post so strongly, as if she's been here for years. Hard to believe that this is her very first post. She posted like a long time CIH member.
And you post like a 10 year old and HAVE been here forever.
 
How IS a person supposed to post their first time?
The second time *I* posted the person that chewed me out for my first post quit on the spot, but she was a blonde - so, no surprise.
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Originally posted by crainbebo crainbebo wrote:

I've seen the following 3 Trivago ads in the past couple days:
Tim Williams with the hyper Chihuahua, Lucky (about 10 times)
Tim Williams with the emu (About 2 or 3 times)
Tim Williams' first commercial when he looked like a bum (once).

Yes, I can't believe Trivago is showing the homeless Tim Williams ad still...that's from 2013!
LOLso...I take it  you haven't seen the Trivago cartoon - Tim Williams' friend, 'Jim the Hotel Owner'?
 
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I am surprised that this thread isn't a mile long -- oh, wait... it is.
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Trivago guy does look a little nicer this time around than the first commercial he was in.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote videotapeguy Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 Aug 2015 at 12:02am
Originally posted by Erick Cartman Erick Cartman wrote:

Trivago guy does look a little nicer this time around than the first commercial he was in.

Trivago guy always looks sloppy, like a bum.
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Originally posted by videotapeguy videotapeguy wrote:


Originally posted by Erick Cartman Erick Cartman wrote:

Trivago guy does look a little nicer this time around than the first commercial he was in.

Trivago guy always looks sloppy, like a bum.


But this time, he looks like a more put together bum than the first one. LOL. The first one, he looked like he just woken up from a hard night of drinking and had spent the majority of the rest of the night begging strangers on the streets to let him crash for the night. LOL.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote tikibagger Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 Aug 2015 at 12:40am
well you can feel pretty sure SOME form of negative feedback that impacted these boneheads cerebellum (slightly) has caused a minor grooming UPSURGE in ol' Chewbaccos persona

conversely, the ad where he LOVINGLY looks back at his former self is a real GERD JERKER
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That's called a Shelter and that's not at all that funny. Let's see how much you're laughing when YOU need help!
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Originally posted by Calvin Calvin wrote:

That's called a Shelter and that's not at all that funny. Let's see how much your laughing when YOU need help!

S/B you're.  I can't believe the prestigious all-boy Big Johnson Academy of aspiring writers gave you a diploma.
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So I made a typo. Bite me. Plus, what the f**k is Johnson Academy?
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Originally posted by Calvin Calvin wrote:

So I made a typo. Bite me. Plus, what the f**k is Johnson Academy?
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So I made a typo. Bite me. Plus, what the f**k is Johnson Academy?

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