Oh shift!

Tiny mouths + filthy language = A very entertaining car commercial.

[Via Adweek]

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23 Responses to Oh shift!

  1. artdorkgirl says:

    I’m still not buying a glorified golf cart.

  2. flanny says:

    My mom (who was once studying to be a nun, remember) doesn’t swear, so the extent of her filthy road rage language is to say, “Oh come on, PERSON.” Usually when people cut her off because she drives very slow. Oh Mom!

    • old man fatima says:

      My mom never studied to be a nun, but also doesn’t swear. She was doing some work on a house I was renting with some girlfriends (she does renos in her spare time), and my friend came running up to me like “I think something terrible just happened, your mom just said ‘OH CRUMBS’!!” She had sliced her hand with a tile cutter. “Oh crumbs.”

    • My grandma rarely sweared and usually only “shit!” Then she would immediately say “Pardon my French!” We all knew it wasn’t French, grandma!

      • old man fatima says:

        My grandpa went through the residential school system, and he taught himself to sneeze “oh shit” instead of “a-choo” so he wouldn’t have to sit through church. He still does it to this day.

      • Sota says:

        My grandmother only says shit, but she pronounces it like the word tight, with an s. So it sounds like “shite.” As kids we were very confused about what that word was.

        My mom also does not swear. Still, as an adult I get in trouble for saying the word crap around her. She calls it a substitute word. Which is apparently just as bad as the real thing.

    • My mom also rarely swears. When she’s pissed about something she says “God bless it!” instead of “Goddammit”
      My father swears enough for both of them 🙂

    • Kate says:

      I swear a bit. More than a bit. In fact, last night I advised my husband to reply to a particularly nonsensical business email with “the fuck?” Pardon my French.

    • artdorkgirl says:

      My parents really didn’t swear while I was growing up, but once I got in my late teens and “broke the swearing seal” by accidently tell my dad my friends and I didn’t have any plans, we were just going to “fuck around”, it unleashed a torrent of swears that continues to this day. I think they were relieved!

  3. old man fatima says:

    There’s Marlasinger and I, parking at the end. #I’min #tuesdaysonNBC

  4. welcometocostcoiloveyou says:

    Apparently Happy Meal toys are also teaching kids to swear…

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