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CNW

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Interesting or Funny Segues Mon, 06/11/12 3:47 PM (permalink)
Have you ever seen or heard a commercial that didn't fit with the program you were listening to or watching, or had one commercial follow another that made you laugh when you thought about it. I had a couple happen to me this last week.
 
The first one was when I was in my car listening to my SiriusXM on one of the News/Talk stations when they cut away to a promo for an appearance on the Catholic Channel by Cardinal Dolan of Philadelphia that then segued to a commercial for Adam and Eve, an adult novelty company. I broke out laughing.
 
The second one was when I was checking out the UEFA Euro soccer tournament, there was a link to a WAGS (Wives and Girlfriends) UEFA pictorial. Like most straight men I like looking at pretty girls in bikinis, so I clicked on it. About a third of the way through the slideshow one of the ads on the page changed to a Bible Study/Theology Degree program offered by a Fundamentalist Protestant Seminary. Again I had a good laugh.
 
So, has this happened to you? Tell us about it.
 
CNW
 
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