A Little Dramatic, But I Sympathize #1LinerWeds

I don’t like mayonnaise, either. It’s gross. Condiments in general are pretty gross, actually…

Linda runs One-Liner Wednesday. Now, here are Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz for Philip Morris cigarettes.

43 thoughts on “A Little Dramatic, But I Sympathize #1LinerWeds

  1. I can’t have mayo so I am OK but I don’t find gross. My hubby loves the original Hellmann’s
    That commercial is classic and to see Lucy and Desi…lovevthe cartoon brick

    Cigarettes are simply gross.


    1. I enjoyed smoking, but I quit for good when I found out about my high blood pressure. Quit drinking at the same time and switched to decaf. Now I don’t think I could afford it…


  2. Yeah, I am picky about mayo. As long as it’ s mixed with other condiments like on a burger I’m ok, but my mom used to give us cheese sandwiches with mayo. God, I hated that. I’m not a huge ketchup fan, but if you mix mustard in with most of it, it works for me. I’m also ok with mayo in potato salad as long as it has mustard or other spices as well. And cilantro. I like that in my potato salad.

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          1. Funny I don’t mind raw eggs in caesar salad at all, not that you know they are in there. Mayo is necessary for a lot of sauces, but by itself, not too great.


    1. Some of them were really clever. Winston had the “Winston tastes good like a cigarette should,” and I guess RJ Reynolds got all kinds of complaints from English teachers, saying it should be “Winston tastes good AS a cigarette should.” They did a commercial that asked, “what do you want, good grammar or good taste?” Nobody can really affod to smoke anymore, anyway, so the commercials would have no effect today…

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      1. I was indoctrinated as a child to believe that smoking cigarettes would endanger not only my lungs, but my immortal soul as well, so when I heard “What do you want, good grammar or good taste?” I always voted for the grammar.


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