2.17.2013

You don't have to be lonely, with Farmers Only


So apparently this is a thing...

Jason and I saw this commercial during the All-Star basketball Dunk Contest last night. People actually paid money to air this spot on tv. So while I'd like to think this is a joke, I'm leaning towards real deal.

10 comments:

  1. Hello I'm swinging by from the alhoa blog hop to invite you to join us over at a Saturday Bloggy Takeaway. We are only just three weeks old but growing every week.

    http://chandodaddy.blogspot.co.uk/2013/02/saturday-bloggy-takeaway-3.html

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  2. My favorite aspect of this commercial is that in the end, they STILL didn't find each other. (Split screen doesn't count.) So Farmer's Only will not just leave you Sad and Lonely, but also Publicly Humiliated. That's kind of a good thing, though, since you can meet all sorts of single men and women in court-mandated group therapy.

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  3. That is AWFUL. I'm kind of impressed at the same time that it's a real commercial and not a parody. :0

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  4. You are right... it's the real deal. And "City folks just don't get it!" (the preceding statement is a licensed and trademarked statement of Farmers Only.com - the only place where you can meet thousands of down to earth country folks.)

    check it out! It's free!: Farmers Only

    the brayn of chalayn

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  5. There are so many of these specific dating sites popping up! So weird!

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  6. OH MY GOODNESS I know!! This is a real thing. I work at a research farm and we tried to convince my boss to sign up for it. No dice, though. It kills me.

    Lauren VanDerwerken
    http://laurengotablog.blogspot.com/

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  7. I've seen this and every time I suggest it to my farmer boy, he just rolls his eyes and tells me he doesn't really think they'd be interested in a "real farmer" lol

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  8. Stopping by to say thanks for visiting me @ Turnips 2 Tangerines. When I first saw this commercial I thought, is this for "real" I had no idea there were so many lonely farmers!! Like my 3 year old grandson said, "Grandma, Farmers need lovin' too" I wanted to laugh but he was serious~ Have a great week, Lynn H

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