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    the toenail commercial just ugghh!! cannot handle it

    spiders are fine but snakes or mice (anything that can outrun me)
    really scare the heck out of me

    bees, wasps, anything that stings

    of and the ocean . . . first of all, I was jellyfish paranoid because they love me and then when I was 6 years old JAWS came out. Haven't been comfortable in the ocean since.

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    Now that's a new one - being scared of commercials!!!

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    Believe it or not...... THE CONEHEADS! Man, they are so scary to me. My friends love teasing me about it, and they send me pictures of them in forwards, etc. My friend Kelsey is extremely scared of clowns, and we do all we can to get her near them, or look at pics of them.

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    Originally posted by AnnaRHR
    Now that's a new one - being scared of commercials!!!
    not afraid but it makes my stomach turn -- I think I'm the third person here to be creeped out by it

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    When I was a kid, I was scared of clowns and poodles.

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    Originally posted by AnnaRHR
    Now that's a new one - being scared of commercials!!!
    Anna, this is no ordinary commercial. It's hideous. I actually did a search for "Lamisil + disgusting + commercial", and I found this:
    http://nuancing.com/awards/200305_May_2003.htm

    People were so freaked out by it. Ugh. I haven't seen it in a while, so I'm hoping that they stopped running it.

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    Oh yeah! I remember that commercial. There's one part where it looks like they even tear off the tonail to show the fungus. Yeah, that commercial was really gross and made my toe hurt.
    Who shot who in the what now?

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    I am so oooooo glad I am not alone on that one! It is just creepy... ugghhh my bf is a dermatologist and I told him how much it creeped me out, he thinks it is hysterical!
    It really is creepy though!

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    yes GF and the little toe fungus monster jumps in under it and runs around.. ewww just ewwwwww

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    The Toe the Line Award - Honorably awarded to Lamisil for promoting its anti-fungal nail medicine with disgusting caricatures of live fungi! This ad is so repugnant that I can't even stand to look at it, let alone remember what product the commercial is for. The TV ads gleefully portray little monsters "having so much fun eating and growing" under the nails of your feet. The problem is that the ad agency forgot the golden rule of mascots: mascots have to be the hero, not the enemy. We gladly embrace Jolly Green Giant, the Pillsbury Doughboy, and Tony the Tiger because they are warm, lovable, huggable creations that exaggerate the brand attributes. This ad is just toe-tally nauseating.

    That is what the site ajg posted basically says.. ewwwww

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