That was hilarious! I'm going to dance just like that in the office supply aisle next week. :D
Ha! Too funny! I guess I'm not the only one dancing today!
Haha! Oh my goodness, that was perfect. I love it.
I saw your title in my feed and thought, "It's not Christmas..." ;) No kids yet, but I'm sure I will agree whole-heartedly when the time arises.I totally remember this commercial. :)
I'm sure when I have kids I'll love this time of year too! Enjoy :)
Hehe, love that commercial...mainly because it's true! :)
lol, that's soooo funny! I love it!
On my way over!
The kids' faces say it all! So funny.
That was hilarious! :)
Never seen that one, but it was classic:)As a first-time bringer-of-kid-to-school parent, I can finally relate to all those people who hog the prime parking spots twenty minutes before the kids are paroled, er, released :)
Hah! I remember that commercial. :)
HA! I definitely remember that commercial, and I was young enough at the time to still be in school (high school; I'm not THAT young) and be depressed right along with those little kids. Now, it just makes me laugh.Also, apparently in 1996 you could still buy things for 50 cents at Staples.
Hahaha yeah I love those kids' faces. Evil, I know.
Never seen this one...it is howlarious!
I saw that guy with his kids just yesterday! Maybe the joy epidemic?
All the parents love that commercial; the kids, not so much. Off to check your guest post.
Poor kiddos, teh heh. Clicking over to check out your guest post.
I love when the kids go back. It always forces me into a routine.
Too funny! Heading over to read your post...Nas
I remember that one. As a teacher, summers (and holiday vacations) are the best times of the year -- but I do enjoy working with my students. So, I guess it's all win-win.
I was eight when that commercial was on! I had a few laughs now watching it again, and i'm definitely dancing like that the next time I go to but school supplies. Xoxo from uruguay
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