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 The Best Voicemail I Ever Got   
 Author:  matt
 Dated:  Tuesday, September 09 2003 @ 11:37 PM PDT
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Kitsch...was when I was in college, and a friend of mine (who shall remain nameless, unless said person feels like self-outing) left a prank message that ended with a throaty, "Beat me, whip me, tell me I'm pretty."

What brought this to mind was a commercial I just saw. In a country being run by narrow-minded conservatives, it's refreshing to see at least one company (two, if you count the network) is still willing to bring alternative sexuality into the mainstream.

Without further ado, a link to the Bally's ad.

I feel the need to point out that I'm not endorsing Bally's Total Fitness gyms, just pointing out the commercial.

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  • The Best Voicemail I Ever Got
    Authored by: matt on Wednesday, September 10 2003 @ 12:47 AM PDT
    The Independant Film Channel is continuing the theme tonight with "Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!"

    Best quote of that movie (taken from the subtitles):

    "If you are untied, will you escape?"

    "I don't know. You'd better tie me."
    The Best Voicemail I Ever Got
    Authored by: Dan4th on Wednesday, September 10 2003 @ 09:52 AM PDT
    I would have loved that ad to death - if she didn't have one of the most annoying voices in television. There's always something that bothers me about the urge to gag a dom. mmm. role reversal. Still, I agree. Nice change, that. I also like the Bally's ad where the couple is sitting having a picnic, and they pull out the can of whip cream: "Why Bally's? Because sometimes it's nice to eat whatever you want." The whole campaign seems to be sex-positive, which I suppose makes sense, because how many people are really working out for the health benefits?
    The Best Voicemail I Ever Got
    Authored by: matt on Wednesday, September 10 2003 @ 04:37 PM PDT
    The ironic part is that I doubt it's even her voice. After watching it a couple times, it seems like there's lip syncing going on, and for whatever reason, she doesn't look like she should sound like that... I can't put my finger on why, but it's like when you see a 6'5" fat guy who's a high tenor... just doesn't fit.