We all love cartoon spokes-characters. Those adorable tigers, birds, and elves who say we’ll be fine so long as we buy their products. <a href="We all love cartoon spokes-characters. Those adorable tigers, birds, and elves who say we’ll be fine so long as we buy their products. But what seems comforting and comical on the screen would be serious high-octane nightmare fuel if it knocked on your front door…”For all your favorite yet frightening friends from commercials, click right here.
A long-forgotten 1951 classroom film from Medium Large’s educational archives (Bake Your Way to Marriage!, How to Cripple a Bully), this short exposes the chilling, horrifying, alarming truth about comedy in a fun, fact-filled format.
Some dolls are obviously frightening or at the very least disturbing, like “Chucky” or the “Snuggles” teddy bear. But then there are real dolls that could be in your house, on store shelves, or easily available via eBay right now that you should be very, very afraid of…To see all the truly scary dolls on the list—including the one I accidentally labeled as “Bay Laughs A-Lot” instead of “Baby Laughs A-Lot”—click right here.
Some foods you just expect to find on a grill, in an oven, or at least stored if not in a refrigerator or freezer at least in a container surrounded by cold beers. That’s what makes finding the following typical food the moment you pop open a can all the more surprising…To see all six food favorites that can now be accessed by a can opener, click right here.