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Caminante Nocturno - 2008-08-14

The most depressing thing about this video is the number of reasons it made me depressed.

thebaronsdoctor - 2008-08-14

Well, at least its accurate in its portrayal of its target audience.

Billie_J_Buttfuck - 2008-08-14

Accurately fat in all dimensions.

IrishWhiskey - 2008-08-14

God forbid they get any thinner.

I like to think the bouncing building and animals came from the seismic shaking left by the kids footsteps.

cognitivedissonance - 2008-08-14

I perceive a bit of Robert Crumb's influence in there...

coprolalia - 2008-08-14

They would have lingered on the fat girl's thighs just a little too long.

cognitivedissonance - 2008-08-15

There was definitely a creepy panty shot there at the beginning.

Xenocide - 2008-08-14

Video is mislabeled. This is actually a scene from a 2008 Finnish documentary entitled "Hey, LooK! Americans!"

fluffy - 2008-08-14

There is something intangibly creepy about those character designs.

Tstyle - 2008-08-14

Truth in advertising. A lost art.

Cap'n Profan!ty - 2008-08-14

oh my god. we have become the ads of the 1970s. it's true!


mouser - 2008-08-14

I can't believe it's for real.

Corman's Inferno - 2008-08-14

One of those kids is a tiny Ernest Borgnine, and the other is a tiny Ernest Borgnine in drag.

retrocious - 2008-08-14

See, things aren't actually getting worse in America, they're just staying uniformly crappy

IrishWhiskey - 2008-08-15

I don't know. Its probably not an improvement that KFC is now pretending that same food is healthy for you.

heyitslozeau - 2008-08-15

how could you want this to be a commerical for you?

also "we ate and felt better inside".

zatojones - 2008-08-15

Back then the obese children where a funny caricature. Now they're the sad reality.

Also the 70s never fail to badly mix early 20th century nostalgia with horrific 70s musical styles.

Camonk - 2008-08-15

I hope the dude who sang that song died miserable and alone. I hope whoever wrote it died miserable, alone, and in blinding agony.

Blandwiches - 2008-08-25

The commercial comes from a time when fat kids were a rarity. There was a time when in school you would have a kid who was "the fat kid". You get that? "THE fat kid" as in there was only one. Now day kids are getting fatter and fatter and those ridiculously huge babies from Jerry Springer are growing up...

atheistgirl - 2008-11-19

Yeah, that really makes me want to get some fried chicken bones.

Consuela the Cuban Whore - 2009-01-23


The Mothership - 2021-12-10

wtf lol.

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