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Sunday, November 25, 2007

That damned commercial

What's Mallard raving about today?

Indianapolis Colts, Peyton Manning, Commercials.

If you'd spend 10 seconds away from the TV each day, Mallard, you might not be so put out by Peyton Manning making money off his fame.

Or is that the problem? Are you simply jealous because no one wants you as their spokesman?

Take heart. I'm sure the phone will ring soon.

Advertising agencies are always looking for the next cranky right-wing spokesfowl. Especially those who spend all of their free time in front of the TV, clad in pajamas, eating generic purple snacks, and sitting in a gray blob.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Just to continue the recent chain of comments, has anyone noticed how phallic mallard's microphone is? And the look on mallard's face? And how close it is to his mouth?

exanonymous said...

Yet another Mallard in front of the TV set, drawn in semi-detail.

Bruce, want to speak for the underrepresented conservatives and the working man, spend a little less time in front of the television and little more in reality.

But since you can't, when it bothers you, fear not, your alternatives aren't just limited to the sensible "turn it off". They made this thing called a "dvd player" that plays shiney disks with movies and old televsion shows and everything without commercials.

BillyWitchDoctor said...

Holy...you're really packin' on the pounds, there, duck. Are you someone's Christmas dinner?

Wait, what? A viewer discretion warning because it doesn't feature something/someone? Whiskey tango foxtrot? I'm glad DaveyK could suss out what you were trying to accomplish, Tinny...because otherwise I wouldn't have one clue what you were gurglefarting about.

That said, I can't believe we're back to this subject again. You suck eggs, duck.

GeoX said...

I'm gonna save my vitriol for when it matters. This strip is completely inoffensive. I'm not saying it's GOOD, but it's not really worth getting riled up over.

Anonymous said...

Did he buy that tv from Fred Flintstone?