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Chip Souza
There is no such thing as strong coffee, just weak people.
There is no such thing as strong coffee, just weak people.
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It’s such wacky, comical genius. The music sets the tone right from the start with a meow-mixed version of [70’s French Italo-disco classic] Super Fly. Then you realise that all these cats, who happen to be internet sensations in their own right, are shopping in a tiny and perfectly replicated Netto supermarket, complete with the iconic yellow branding. The set has been impeccably built, down to the teeny tiny vegetables, Coke bottles and Ritter Sport candy bars.
While it's quite a silly spot, you clearly get the message which is that Netto offers all of your grocery needs at discount prices that would even make Grumpy Cat happy.

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The lyrics were based on the American Folk song “Mockingbird.” Originally called “Uncle John,” the song was rejected by Chess Records because the original lyrics were “too dirty” for the white American record-buying public. Diddley re-wrote the lyrics and named the song after himself. Bo Diddley performed this on his Ed Sullivan Show appearance November 20, 1955. Sullivan wanted Diddley to sing “Sixteen Tons,” but Diddley played this song anyway, which didn’t go over well with the host. Diddley was never asked back.
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