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LISA LISA
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Sunday night...my friend was getting ready to leave to go home, from having been here all weekend, and my mom was starting to cook supper...she was making stuffed pork chops...so my friend says "if it's stove top then I'm staying!"...and I bust out laughing.....because I totally remembered the commercial that kid was in...who said that...he was like the neighborhood kid that always was around for supper...and he would say...If it's Stove Top ...then I'm staying!!

I totally miss the 80's commercials all the time, sometimes as much as the movies and the Tv shows....

Does anyone else remember that commercial??

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Devolution here,

The answer is... Do me and my friends say that everytime we are going to eat at someone's house? It's probably one of my favorites.

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I love STove Top Stuffing! When I was a kid and I learned to cook my three big "dishes" were grilled cheese, Kraft macaroni & cheese and STove Top Stuffing!
I would make a pot of it and that was my lunch that day! To this day I could make it and sit there and eat the whole pot by myself.
I remember my oldest sister trying to give me "real" stuffing recipes and me and my middle sister saying "But we LIKE STOVE TOP!"

So put me on the list. If it's STOVE TOP then I'm staying too!

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I eat em together. It makes for quite the tasty Southern dish.....
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This reminds me of the ricearoni commercials.
"Rice-a-roni, a San Francisco treat" Others that come to mind, the chinese lady saying "Ring around the collar" for that detergent commercial.

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mamamiasweetpeaches
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.........what a coincidence. Lats night my friend had to babysit for me so to make the offer tempting I offered him cold beer and dinner. He said "Whats for dinner?" and I said "Salad, chicken, rolls and Rice A Roni: The San Francisco Treat!"

Was the "ring around the collar " woman Chinese? I think you mean the Calgon "Ancient Chinese Secret, huh?" lady. Now HER, I remember!

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I think the "ring around the collar" lady was just caucasian. At least, she was in the commercial they had on I Love the 80's.
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quote:
Originally posted by mamamiasweetpeaches:

Was the "ring around the collar " woman Chinese? I think you mean the Calgon "Ancient Chinese Secret, huh?" lady. Now HER, I remember!

LOL. Yeah, I think I got those mixed up. Now that I think about it, didn't the "ring around the collar" commercials have different people saying it? I remember the phrase "Calgon, take me away". I remember clearly the "Ancient Chinese Secret, huh?" LOL
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Give it to Mikey he'll eat anything, hey Mikey. Life cereal.
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