Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Once Upon A Time's Magic Vagina Hole

Sunday night's Once Upon A Time advertised the new branch off series Once Upon A Time in Wonderland using a most awkward "magic vagina hole." Seriously, does anyone even look at these things before they're broadcast to millions of people? As in placement on a screen? In any event, many lulz have resulted which makes me happy.
Have a great Tuesday. And please...be mindful of strange holes that lead to other universes.

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  1. That's where the magic happens.

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  2. I'd like to know where it leads. ;)

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  3. YOW!
    Yes, strange holes lead to strange places!

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  4. Lewis Carroll would be proud

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  5. Ok, that's hilarious. Given my long list of grievances with OUAT, it's even better.

    GO MAGIC VAGINAS

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  6. I don't know what to say. Maybe the magic vagina at my house is out of order.

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  7. I saw this on your blog and then I saw it on the news this morning.

    Seriously, no one at the network caught that?

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  8. Oh, my! Wow! Yeah, that could've used better positioning.

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  9. That's what I get for buzzing past the commercials...

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  10. Lol...I probably wouldn't have noticed on my own.

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  11. OMG, this seriously ran on TV? Some clueless twit got paid to come up with this idea?

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  12. That is twisted, hysterical, and totally wild that they actually showed that. Maybe they just want to reach a wider, 'er narrower, 'er different audience.

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  13. I bet someone got called in the office over that, lol.

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  14. I agree with Elise! Haha, thanks for sharing, Michael. :-)

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  15. I think they know what they're doing, don't you? They just want us to think it's a mistake so they can get around the censors. Those people aren't that dumb.

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  16. haha. I've noticed this too. Awful placement of the ad, for sure. But maybe they meant it as a symbolism: ONce Upon a Time gives birth to Once Upon a Time in Wonderland.
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