Liv and Oma Liv and Oma

This was hilarious. It was such an entertaining commercial. The guy talking about Bigfoot made the whole commercial funny for sure. Also, the guy trying to stream it was funny because that’s all people do these days.



I thought it was hilarious, the whole secret society myth blown. Right on the mark with Avocados, the secret is out, big time. Yes, subliminal messages work!!

Meet the Authors

17 Years Old

A shooting guard on her double State Championship high school basketball team, Liv is no stranger to competition. She brings her fierce winner-takes-family-bragging-rights spirit to every review.

  • Rising freshman & future baller at Augusta University
  • Multiple scholarship recipient
  • McDonald’s All-American nominee
  • Voted Ms. Saint Francis
  • Netflix binge watcher
  • Sugar fiend

70 Years Young

A descendant of famously feuding families, the Hatfields & McCoys, Oma is always up for a friendly fight. She doesn’t shy away from a heated debate, even when that argument is over the cultural contribution of an ad for Skittles.

  • Married for 51 years to a self-admitted curmudgeon
  • Former real estate agent & hospital foundation director
  • Current restaurant manager, hospital fundraiser & church volunteer
  • Makes bed every day and will make yours if you leave it
  • Lover of British dramas (all of them)
  • Never met a stranger

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