Thailand termite spray commercial – Boing Boing

Posted: January 16, 2020 at 8:46 pm

Thailand termite spray commercial / Boing Boing

This 2 minute commercial for termite spray is amusing, not least in how it explains why you shouldn't panic if the bugs don't immediately die. I feel more satisfied having watched it than most recent movies.

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Im all for anything that makes shopping more entertaining.

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