Saved By Zero

Saved by Zero
This commercial has gone too far. Writing this sentence 45 minutes into Monday Night Football, this monstrosity has been played at least 4 times already. It might be more, but I blacked out for a moment after punching my ears. If I owned a Toyota, I would light it on fire.

Saved By Zero is so bad, that it already has its own facebook group bent on the commercial’s destruction.

This is Our Country
Not only was this commercial annoying, but it went on for over two years, with many different variations mauling viewers from coast to coast. If I ever see John Cougar Mellencamp, I will pick him up and drop him.

What other commercial annoys the heck out of you? If you leave a comment, I will find it and add it here.

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8 Responses to “Saved By Zero”

  1. Anonymous says:

    maybe the “triple steak guys” commercial too

  2. Anonymous says:

    how about the five dollar footlong song. It’s killin me

  3. tim says:

    Toyota has routinely had the worst commercials ever. I think they send a low-level guy over from Tokyo who has never been outside of Japan before in his life to head up the advertising campaigns in the US. Between trying to figure out why his crappy American cell phone has no cool features and why he’s not allowed to grope schoolgirls on the subway, he picks out “Option #2” from a bunch of giant posterboards that somebody shoves at him, mainly because it is “fast-go-zoom”, and then heads out to an ex-pat sake bar.

  4. Bergertime says:

    Don’t you understand? Thats just how they want you to feel!

  5. Anonymous says:

    I love it.

  6. Anonymous says:

    ‘shroom and swissssssssI loathe those two

  7. Anonymous says:

    Five….Five dollar….Five dollar foot-long!!!I’ll bet that tune will be running through your head all day now. I change the channel immediately when that one comes on.And I agree whole-heartedly about the “Saved By Zero”.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Saved by Zero makes me sick!

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