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When did Sears start selling sex dolls??? ;)

violynn

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I'm old, so I apologize for using a blog for this because I can't find the jibber-jabber place to post random things like this. 

You know where the ads are on FJ, right?  We all do, and 9 times outta 10 I couldn't tell you what the ad was for because I just ignore them.  But Sears,  somehow, popped up with an ad for power tools.  Lots of power tools and tool boxes.  And a Windola (maybe not exactly a Windola, but I'm close).  After clicking on her and finding out you can do so many different things with her I decided I'd lingered long enough on the ad.  Gods know what's going to show up on the ad space NOW since I showed an interest in a poseable life-size barbie doll.  

Has anyone else been blessed with this abomination or is it just me?!  

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Snarkasarus Rex

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That's funny.  I haven't seen her before, but I'm embarrassed to admit I usually get Tinder-like ads for beautiful women.  Usually white, Asian or Hispanic women (my favorite is 'Latinfeels').  I honestly have a very boring search history so I don't know what to make of the ads I am seeing...lol. 

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WhatWouldJohnCrichtonDo?

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Oh my. ;) I've never seen this young lady on any of my ads. I used to get dating ads, but I haven't for a long time. (I kept getting the "date beautiful Muslim women" ad for a long time.) 

Lately, I get random ads, or a few from searches I've done for tea, or dresses on J.C. Penney's website. I think if I start getting ads I don't like, I'll try searching Irish breakfast tea or something until Google gets its hopes up and sends me lots of innocuous ads!  :my_biggrin:

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Cartmann99

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I just realized it's been a while since I got one of those dating ads! Because of reading the Trump thread about Russia, I used to regularly get Russian gals trying to entice me with their cleavage. :pb_lol:

Now, I'm just getting ads for grocery store chains and pet items.

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