US Open Series Commercial

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  1. FedererUberAlles

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    What are you bring? My guns.

    I lol'd at this for 2 minutes straight. Whoever wrote that, is awesome. Nadal had the perfect pose, too.
     
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  2. HollerOne5

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    What's worse in the commercial is that Serena looks completely bloated and fat, and pretty much like an overweight tranny in a wig.
     
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  3. bluescreen

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    OMG. i was gonna post something just like this. it started like a typical commercial and then they ask, "what are you bringing?" and nadal says, "my guns" while showing off his muscles. thats gotta be the funniest commercial out right now, even better than the espn 1s, just cuz of that.
     
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  4. jaykay

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    Great commercial!
     
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  5. punch

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    Ha, funny comercial.
     
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  6. Mr.Federer

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    Is it on the internet yet?
     
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  8. HollerOne5

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    Does anyone think Venus Williams talking about bringing her "bling" is funnier just because she says it with such a ghetto attitude. I know she's doing it on purpose, but I kinda laughed.

    You can take the girl outta the ghetto, but you can't take the ghetto outta the girl.
     
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    Dementieva: "my weak dinky poor-excuse of a serve"
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  10. shawn1122

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    Wow, Nadal is so serious when he says that. lol
     
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  11. ShcMad

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    I can actually understand what Nadal says on that commercial. :D
    When the reporters asked Nadal about Agassi's retirement, I swear I didn't catch a word coming out of his mouth. "He good player, no? Come back and play, no? *looking around* no?."
     
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  12. Ztalin

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    Nadal saying "my guns" is hilarious!

    I want a spanish accent now ;)
     
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  13. Court_Jester

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    Serena? She's not in the commercial, Venus is.
     
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  14. Boja

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    Look again, Serena's in it. Not as much as Venus, but she's there.
     
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  15. Court_Jester

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    Okay, I looked again and she's there. My bad! :mrgreen:
     
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  16. Virtuous

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    lol, that was funny. Ugly game but such a cute kid
     
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  17. slice bh compliment

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    IMHO, there is not much street in Venus or Serena ... combined. Those two are about at 'ghetto' as Rosie Perez. Or Rosie O'Donell for that matter.
     
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  18. Phil

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    Rosie O'Donnell was born and raised in "The Hood"-South Bronx and Spanish Harlem. So why you doggin' my girl, Rosie?

    Below is a Wikipedia link, and I've also taken the liberty of pasting, insofar as this discussion is concerned, the most salient part of her biography:

    O'Donnell was born in the South Brox, New York to Edward J. O'Donnell, an Irish Catholic immigrant from Belfast, and Roseann Murtha, an American of Irish Catholic descent who died of breast cancer at the age of 38. She was raised in Spanish Harlem in New York, in an area rife with drugs, gangs and one of the highest murder rates in the country. Her father, an ex-IRA enforcer, taught her how to "aggressively" defend herself at an early age. At 16, Rosie was made leader or "Grand Puba" of the Hooded Hoolums from the Hood, a notorious and vicious adolescent gang of mixed sexual orientation. She briefly attended Dickinson College. O'Donnell began her career performing stand-up around the East Coast. Her heavy-set appearance and tomboyish, husky New York accent and willingness to use fists, a knife or a pistol at the slightest audience provocation, set her apart from other actresses and comediennes. She hosted the VH1 stand-up comedy series in the late 1980s. She was cast as the lead in her own sitcom in 1992, called Stand by Your Man (a US version of the BBC hit Birds of a Feather), which lasted only briefly due to low ratings.
    In the early-90s, O'Donnell starred in a string of comedy films including A League of Their Own, Another Stakeout, and Sleepless in Seattle. In 1994 she played Betty Rubble in the live action movie version of The Flintstones. Throughout this period, she was highly acclaimed for her performances, but lost ground in the mid-90s with the less successful films Car 54, Where Are You? and Anne Rice's Exit to Eden. She also had roles in Now and Then, Beautiful Girls, and the family movie Harriet the Spy.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rosie_O%27Donnell

    So...I think you owe Rosie an apology...or else.
     
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  19. slice bh compliment

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    hahahaha, sorry Ms. O'Donell, former Grand Puba of the Hooded Hoolums from the Hood? Oww! You street, baby. You HARD, Ro'!
    You ain't half the HACK I pinned you for.

    And Phil, thanks for the link. I am humbled. Now could you please get off yer ass and get me a COKE?
     
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  20. Phil

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    No, 'cause I'm a STREET hack. Yeah, that's right. You heard it here, ba-bee.

    Ahh...will that coke be with or without ice...sir?
     
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