While most of the enzyte commercials are hilarious, there's one that really irks me every time I see it. The Enzyte guy is in this meeting with a bunch of Asian guys (I'm pretty sure they're supposed to be Japanese), and they all keep making euphamistic comments about how they're intimidated by the size of his penis ("They have sent the big one!" "He is wood that will not bend!")
It's SO racist to me that I want to scream every time I see it!
I used to burst into tears when I'd see those kids with their "I smoked pot at a party last week, I'm responsible for global terrorism" statements. There was no one over the age of 20 in that commercial, and it just broke my heart that kids would be forced to feel guilty for of all things smoking pot (much of which is grown in the US, hate to burst your bubble, Dubya). I suppose crying is a little extreme, but I was pregnant, so
I *love* the leather bustier commercial, as well as the one with the woman in the beauty shop and the geek boy voice talking about his robotic prom date. :LOL
I also like this really old Kix commercial that's been running again lately with two little boys, one of them trying to open the box upside down. The other kid says "These are good," and the first says "Yeah, but they're really hard to open!" :LOL It's adorable, because I remember watching my sisters try to open boxes upside down and finding it hilarious.
The Pediasure commercials really bother me, because all the kids in them are healthy and normal sized. I've got a niece who is *very* thin and sickly and actually has a prescription for Pediasure. If she doesn't gain some weight soon, she'll end up with a feeding tube. The kids in these commercials look normal, and I know that parents of perfectly healthy kids are giving them Pediasure to compensate for their bad eating habits... all that does is give them fairly concentrated calories and contribute to obesity. It really bothers me, and I kind of think that things like that should still be available by prescription only, for kids who actually need it instead of for parents too lazy to teach their kids reasonable eating habits.