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Honey adds an extra touch of deliciousness to Honey Nut Cheerios. In this commercial, the Cheerios bee talks to a woman and tells her about the cereal. He suddenly sees her wall collection of insects and decides it's time for him to go.

Honey adds an extra touch of deliciousness to Honey Nut Cheerios. In this commercial, the Cheerios bee talks to a woman and tells her about the cereal. He suddenly sees her wall collection of insects and decides it's time for him to go.

An explosion of almonds, cashews, seeds, honey and a dash of sea salt are the ingredients in Nature Valley Simple Nut Bar. Feel the energy of deliciousness made simple with Nature Valley.

An explosion of almonds, cashews, seeds, honey and a dash of sea salt are the ingredients in Nature Valley Simple Nut Bar. Feel the energy of deliciousness made simple with Nature Valley.

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Snickers – Game

Snickers – Game

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Where do you find the most lifelike dead animals?

Where do you find the most lifelike dead animals?

In this commercial, two guys are hiking, and one pulls out a bar to snack on, but it's melted and goopy. Luckily, Target has Planter's Nut-rition Men's Health mix for just $5.49.

In this commercial, two guys are hiking, and one pulls out a bar to snack on, but it's melted and goopy. Luckily, Target has Planter's Nut-rition Men's Health mix for just $5.49.

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GO Film | Commercials

Yakgwa is a Korean traditional dish. It was originally considered as a dessert and more recently as a confectionery (hangwa), because of its sweet taste and flower biscuit shape. Yakgwa is made mainly from honey, sesame oil, and wheat flour.

Yakgwa is a Korean traditional dish. It was originally considered as a dessert and more recently as a confectionery (hangwa), because of its sweet taste and flower biscuit shape. Yakgwa is made mainly from honey, sesame oil, and wheat flour.

The Phalène would be the earliest type in the Papillon; the appearance on the erect-eared range was not documented until the 16th century, by which time the Phalène had been portrayed in quite a few paintings, specifically in portraits of the wealthy by Old Masters and their students.

The Phalène would be the earliest type in the Papillon; the appearance on the erect-eared range was not documented until the 16th century, by which time the Phalène had been portrayed in quite a few paintings, specifically in portraits of the wealthy by Old Masters and their students.

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