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Giant Creme Egg Crushes Car
I'm sure this can't be real. Is it, perhaps, an ad for Cadbury's creme eggs?

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Posted by The Curator on Thu Oct 11, 2007


This was one of a series of adverts that ran on ITV in the UK earlier this year.
Posted by Dave Rattigan  in  Liverpool, England  on  Thu Oct 11, 2007  at  06:17 AM
What? That's totally real. What's wrong with you?
Posted by Sakano  in  Ohio  on  Thu Oct 11, 2007  at  09:47 AM
Dave is correct. They were used in the sponsorship slot in Coronation Street (a popular UK soap)
Posted by Brian  on  Thu Oct 11, 2007  at  03:13 PM
I always knew those things were dangerous!
Posted by Tru  in  Other Words  on  Thu Oct 11, 2007  at  06:48 PM
Yeah, it's an add, I've seen on my television contraption.
Posted by Nameless  in  London, marshmellow land  on  Fri Oct 12, 2007  at  11:12 AM
I have just one question.

What does the phrase in Arabic at the start actually say?
Posted by D F Stuckey  in  Auckland New Zealand  on  Sun Oct 28, 2007  at  07:22 AM
"What does the phrase in Arabic at the start actually say?"
It says this is the glorious weapon we shall use against the western pig-dog infidels.
Posted by Abdullah Al Achbar el Akhtar 3rd  in  Zim Zim Salla Bim  on  Mon Dec 17, 2007  at  06:52 AM
ROTFLMAO!!!
AH, effendi, I am sure you are deceiving this poor infidel - but it amuses me nonetheless.
Posted by DFStuckey  in  AUckland New Zealand  on  Mon Dec 17, 2007  at  08:32 AM
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