(And no, I don't for a second believe this is real.)
(But do come see Gram Rabbit at Pop Roxx on Sat Sep 22.)
Facials are no.
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You don't believe that a girl would give head for an A, or that pop rocks make oral sex better?
I think he means he doesn't think this is an actual advertisement for the product.
Of course it's not. It looks more like something that someone would make for Channel 101 than an actual commerical.
Thank you for clearing that up!
It was "I know this is fake, please don't waste my time be telling me that," not an actual, "Gee, I think this is fake, don't you?" Yet you found a way to make two incredibly vapid posts anyway. Bravo.
Do they still sell Pop Rocks? - I remember them from the late 70's, then suddenly they dissapeared.
Yes! Kinda hard to find if you're not looking for them, but if you look, they're actually not that uncommon.
Cool - I found something similar in the UK, though not Pop Rock branded. Now I just need to get the wife in the right mood :-)
BTW, I think this may well be some sort of viral marketing. It certainly worked on me :-) YouTube is the only place you could get away with this kind of ad (well, you might get away with it in the UK - late at night).
They're in every damn 7-Eleven in northern Colorado. Sometimes they have novelty Pop Rocks (yes yes, they are already a novelty item) such as Pop Rock fruit roll-ups, Pop Rocks Science Lab (or some similar name) which makes a big salty mess in the kitchen, and chocolate Pop Rocks (basically Pop Rocks without the fruit flavor coated in chocolate beads) which are OK but leave something to be desired.
We have 'em kicking about at every Pop Roxx (including in the drink specials)!
Gram Rabbit is great! :)
That grotesque splurt at the end was particularly amusing, mostly because of the face she made.