Liv and Oma Liv and Oma

This was one of the funniest commercials I have ever seen. The people in the commercial did a perfect job of showing excitement and making the commercial funny.



The beginning was intriguing, stepping back into time to the ’90’s, but it doesn’t give you a reason why we are ready for it now when we weren’t then.


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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