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December 24, 2015 / Posted by:

This Christmas commercial for Fruity Pebbles from 1989!

Fruity Pebbles put out a couple of Christmas commercials throughout the 80s and 90s and this is the one I remember the most. Watching it was a Christmas tradition right up there with “my lightweight aunt getting drunk on 3 beers and crying in the kitchen about how she ruined the rice.” I thought this Christmas Fruity Pebbles commercial came out in the mid-80s, but that know-it-all trick Wikipedia tells me it didn’t come out until 1989.

In the commercial, Barney teaches the kids that the easiest way to get what you want is to commit several crimes. Barney commits identity theft (by dressing up as Santa Claus), trespassing (by sliding down Fred’s chimney) and attempted burglary (by trying to steal the bowl of Fruity Pebbles that Fred left out for the real Santa Claus). But that prehistoric criminal bitch’s illegal plot gets FOILED by the real Santa Claus who showed up before he did. Santa should’ve busted a CITIZEN’S ARREST on that thieving thief, but instead he shares his bowl of Fruity Pebbles with Barney and teaches the kids that crime really does pay off. It ends with a beautiful bromantic moment between Fred and Barney. And that entire description reads like one big gay euphemism, I know.

Barney spits out a really memorable line in the commercial. He says what Rob Kartrashian says every time he goes into the kitchen and finds Pimp Mama Kris, Kim and Khloe in there. Barney says, “Ho, ho, ho, I’m hu-hu-hungry!

And tomorrow, many of us will be singing, “Ho, ho, ho I’m hu-hu-hungover!” Merry Christmas Eve, all you ho ho hos!

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