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Topic # 9409 13-Sep-2006 22:25
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Just seen it again. Is it just me or are the hoops the kids have all "redder" then before... I would have noticed that the first time I saw it I would have thought.

Too bad that the add doesn't cover the bigger issue of knowing if you will still need your "hulahoop" for 24 months ;)  




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Reply # 46078 13-Sep-2006 22:48
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I think you mean flexi



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  Reply # 46083 13-Sep-2006 23:08
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Oh yeah... easy to get them mixed up :) stupid plans...        




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  Reply # 46098 14-Sep-2006 06:47
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I would love to see a spoof of that ad.

"And remember kids that while you can have other toys you'll be committed to the hula hoop for the next 24 months and even if you get sick of it it's going to be costing you a lot of money"




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