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Sometimes I just stay up and watch those commercials trying to sell the dumbest crap in the world. I've seen the commercial for the bender ball, the ab circle, air-brush make-up kit and the InStyle too many times to count. The commercials are so horrible, yet I continue to watch them for over an hour, like when they do the demonstrations. I usually like to point out the flaws in the comparisons between their product and another leading product.

If I'm not watching those awesome commercials, I'm probably online, pointlessly browsing around. I usually end up looking up what nymphs are, Alice in Wonderland collectibles or for books. Or I think of the randomest questions possible and google them.

I'm so productive with my time.
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When I was a kid my favourite one was the AbTronic. It was a belt that you wore to supposedly tighten & firm your abs without having to do anything like physical exercise. Apparently wearing one for 10 minutes was the equivalent of doing 600 sit ups in that space of time (ouch)! Needless to say, the company was found to be making false claims (http://www.competitionbureau.gc.ca/eic/site/cb-bc.nsf/eng/00470.html)<br />
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I will say now though that I've discovered (and re-discovered) some great shows from watching TV at 5am or so, shows such as Blossom, Punky Brewster, The PJs & Sports Night.

Lol, my favorite as a kid was Slick 50, an automotive additive which supposedly had the capability of making tired old automobiles run like new. Lol, I remember the part where it was talking about saving money through better gas mileage; the sample price for gas was $1.15 a gallon. Talk about days past...

Lol, I used to do that every weekend when I was a kid, watch tons of infomercials. I'm quite the fan of the Magic Bullet.