The Good Things About Television
that red rooster ad was so racist
Chippiesss! Golem before golem was voiced lol
I'm from 🇨🇦, just want to move there 😂
I wanna live in Australia
Smiths chips ad used to scare the shit out of me as a kid.
Red Rooster were ahead of the times showing Asian Australians in their ad…
CHIPPY CHIPPY CHIPPY MMMMMM
4:50 I mean who the cluck reads a book and eats chips whilst ON A DATE?Oh… right. He's gay isn't he. And they're related.SHEYAT.
Back in the time when you could buy things
3:10 "But what about you'se farts"
Omfg this is brilliant. Imagine everyone losing their shit at the oriental ad omg lol its out there.
God damn I need a caramello koala….wait, I'm an adult now. I'm buying boxes of those delicious little fuckers
Ah – miss the 'Gobbledock'!!! '" Ahh -chippies" 😀
Did everyone in the 90s have an extra chromosome?
Hello Mello Yello…wasnt that a soft drink?
Gunna have Gobbledok nightmares now
Goughta haughve thot aughstroylian occent
$2.95 for a whopper and onion rings.
Fuck me what a time to be alive
Now the left wing fuckheads would call the Red Rooster ad racist and the PK gum ad sexist. Fuck I miss the old days
* i get it, it’s 2.95*
Look at the msg laden KFC chicken skin. Yuuuuuum ! Not like the crap that 14 year olds slop up nowadays. I miss the 80s !
That Pizza hut commercial. If that was nowadays, it woud cost an arm and a leg.
I’m the first ad how it said koo wee rup I live near there
I fucking hungry now like starving
They had to give away the Pepsi, because even back then, Pepsi was shit 😜
The nostalgia is real.
"Curried egg… but what about your breath?"Reply:"Shut up bitch your on heroin and dating a Nazi!"
Lol who even chews pk these days besides my nan
I’m American and the way they said prices made me cringe. 2$ 95 good gosh. We would just pronounce it as 2.95
curried egg..what about your breath?
when in the he** were those "oriental" wings about??? never remember them.
damm 0:57 makes me hungry.
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