Jodi’s Favorite Things, or Suck it, Oprah

I’ve seen it blogged about, tweeted around, and now it’s inescapable as I watch the “CBS Morning News” or whatever this news crap is called on CBS in the morning before Ellen. Every other commercial has been all about Oprah’s Favorite Things. Op’s Favorite thing ever. Oprah!

I’m not an Oprah person. I know she has her acolytes and her haters. I’m neither. I’m apathetic when it comes to Op and her minions. Frankly, I think there’s more important pop cultural type things to hate. For instance, that fucking Toyota commercial with the snotty, entitled, privileged little prick who is picky about the car his parents’ drive, the music they listen to, and their ability to use the GPS properly. Whenever I see this commercial I want to punch every ad person who worked on it right in the face. Listen jerkys, entitled little shits (no matter how cute) aren’t funny.

Woah. I really needed to get that off my chest. But this isn’t about the commercials I hate or my weird compulsion to watch commercials. No, this about Oprah’s Favorite Things. Wait, no, it’s about my favorite things.

Yes, Jodi’s Favorite Things November 2010. If you were sitting in the live studio audience here at Supergenius HQ here’s a few of the things you could expect to get:

Sure there’s no cashmere or trips or electronics, but I can attest to the awesomeness of all of it.

5 Comments
  • Natalie L.
    November 22, 2010

    I loathe those Toyota commercials with the heat of a thousand suns. Not only is that little kid an entitled shit, he’s also an able-ist one. Which I suppose goes hand in hand with the entitled part, but just argh.

  • Jodi
    November 22, 2010

    I am so glad I’m not the only one who is annoyed every time I see that commercial. I just wonder what the meeting was like where they decided that this was a good idea. What kind of privilege must have been sitting around that table?

  • Kevin Fenton
    November 23, 2010

    I was too busy loathing the Miller Lite “don’t be a girl or, worse yet, a European” commercials to really notice. But, yeah, that kid is a snot.

  • Jodi
    November 23, 2010

    I have not noticed those commercials yet. Either that or Miller Lite doesn’t advertise on the shows I watch. Good thing I don’t drink Miller Lite. I’d boycott over something like that.

  • NBFB
    November 30, 2010

    I’m totally with you on that Toyota commercial.

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