Germans Need Glasses

Glasses, also called eyeglasses or spectacles, are frames bearing lenses worn in front of the eyes, normally for vision correction, eye protection, or for protection from UV rays.

Myopia (from Greek: μυωπία myopia “near-sightedness”), also called near- or short-sightedness, is a refractive defect of the eye in which collimated light produces image focus in front of the retina when accommodation is relaxed.

The English noun fellatio comes from fellātus, which in Latin is the past participle of the verb fellāre, meaning to suck. In Fellatio the -us is replaced by the -io, an alternate form of the suffix -ion. The -ion or -io ending is used in English to create nouns from Latin adjectives and indicate a state or action wherein the Latin verb is being, or has been, performed.

Playtex Deodorant Tampons Are Even Better Than Before

A tampon is a plug of cotton or other absorbent material inserted into a body cavity or wound to absorb bodily fluid. The most common type in daily use is a usually disposable plug that is designed to be inserted into the vagina during menstruation to absorb the flow of blood.

Playtex Products, Inc., a publicly traded company, continues to use the Playtex brand name on feminine hygiene, infant care, and rubber gloves, while owning other brands not using the Playtex name, such as the Banana Boat® and Hawaiian Tropic brands of sunscreen and Wet Ones premoistened disposable wipes.

Vanna White Spells out McDLT

The McDLT is perhaps best remembered for its marketing, which focused on variations of the theme “Keep the hot side hot, and the cool side cool.”

Vanna White (born February 18, 1957) is an American television personality, best known as the hostess and puzzle board operator on the long-running game show Wheel of Fortune.

Wheel of Fortune is a United States television game show created by Merv Griffin. Three contestants compete against each other to solve a word puzzle, similar to those seen in the game hangman. The name of the show comes from the large wheel that determines the dollar amounts and prizes won (or lost) by the contestants.

In a world where Don LaFontaine does a commercial for GEICO

Donald LaFontaine (born August 26, 1940 in Duluth, Minnesota), is a legendary voice actor famous for recording over 5,000 movie trailers, television commercials, network promotions, and video game trailers. Due to the sheer volume of trailer voiceovers LaFontaine has recorded, he has become identified with the phrase “In a world…”, which has been used in movie trailers so frequently that it has become a cliché. He has also parodied this cliché several times, more recently in a commercial for GEICO insurance.

Trailers or previews are film advertisements for films that will be exhibited in the future at a cinema, on whose screen they are shown. The term “trailer” comes from their having originally been shown at the end of a film programme.

[GEICO] commercials use a variety of fictional characters such as Speed Racer and Bill Dutchess as well as real people such as Tony Little and Don LaFontaine spoofing themselves.

Jack in the Box is having a taco sale

Jack in the Box is an American fast-food restaurant founded in 1951 in San Diego, California, where it is still headquartered today. Some of its food items include the Big Cheeseburger, Potato Wedges, and Ultimate Cheeseburger. The company also offers ethnic cuisine – such as egg rolls and tacos, along with breakfast burritos.

A taco is a traditional Mexican dish composed of a rolled, folded, pliable maize tortilla filled with an edible substance. According to the Real Academia Española, the word taco originally meant (and still means) a plug (rolled paper used to plug a hole) or paper or cloth patch for musket balls. Care should be taken when using the word taco outside of Mexico, as the RAE lists 27 possible meanings for the word.

Introducing Diet Coke

Diet Coke (sometimes known as Diet Coca-Cola, Coca-Cola Light or Coke Light) is a sugar-free soft drink produced and distributed by The Coca-Cola Company. It was introduced in the United States on July 9, 1982 as the first new brand since 1886 to use the Coca-Cola trademark. The product quickly overtook Tab in sales.

Aristotelis “Telly” Savalas (Αριστοτέλης Σαβάλας‚ in Greek) (January 21, 1924 – January 22, 1994) was a prominent Emmy Award-winning American film and television actor whose career spanned four decades. Undoubtedly Savalas’ most famous role was that of the tough detective Kojak on television. Lt. Theo Kojak was a bald New York City detective who had a fondness for lollipops and whose trademark line was, “Who loves ya, baby?” Reportedly the lollipop gimmick was added in lieu of having the character smoke. Savalas himself was quitting smoking and the lollipops may have been his own trick for defeating his habit.