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Desc:Ho ho ho, I'm hu-hu-hungry!
Category:Advertisements, Classic TV Clips
Tags:christmas, flintstones, pebbles, singalong
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Cavemen don't have souls.
Spit Spingola
But cavemen do have Santa Claus.

My local UHF (later Fox) station played the hell out of this commercial when I was a kid. It literally played every year for about 10 years and sometimes played when it wasn't even Christmas time.

Cavemen had souls, they just were never baptized, so fuck 'em. Burn in hell, heathens.

Cavemen don't have souls. Cavemen are the explanation for the Chinese, the Native Americans, and everyone else who got here via evolution. They are also the explanation for Adam's and Eve's daughters-in-law. But, they have no souls.

They played this damn thing non-stop every December when I was a kid, along with the one where the Honey Nut Cheerios bee meets Ebeneezer Scrooge. I still want to punch whoever wrote "Yabba-dabba-fruity-licous-doo."
I've seen this commercial so many times it's worn a path in my brain.
Caminante Nocturno
This godddamn commercial has inhabited the memories of more people than it could ever hope to deserve.

Fuck you, the Flintstones!
Those braincells are physical objects sitting in my head I'll never be able to use for anything else.

110 years from now (give or take) the last person who grew up with this commercial will finally die, and its memory will have been eradicated from the human mind forever.

Only then can we start to rebuild civilization.

I will recite this commercial for no reason at last once a month. Damn marketing.
Yes, I think this commercial is deeply embedded in the memories of every person who watched any given amount of cartoons in the 90s. I can recall the entire damn thing and I didn't even watch the video clip. Post must've had some insane advertising dollars.

I also think this is a dupe, but Christmas is the season to be sharing, so sharing it again is okay!

pressed peanut sweepings
I remember for later airings they redubbed santa's voice to be more grizzled for some reason.
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