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Pillsbury Doughboy Rolling Pin
Pi1110a
“Nothin' Says Lovin' Like Something from the Oven.”

Origin

Pillsbury Company

Type

Rolling Pin

Effects

If rolled on any surface once than it will transform you into a fantastic baker.

Downsides

Gives you a dreadful yeast infection or you will end up going into cardiac arrest because of non stop giggling.

Activation

Rolling it

Collected by

Dylan Striver

Section

Food-888

Aisle

N/A

Shelf

N/A

Date of Collection

January 20, 2014

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Origin Edit

Poppin' Fresh, more widely known as the Pillsbury Doughboy, is an advertising icon and mascot of the Pillsbury Company, appearing in many of their commercials. Many commercials from 1965 until 2004 (returned in 2009 to 2011 and 2013 in a Geico Commercial) conclude with a human finger poking the Doughboy's stomach. The Doughboy responds by rubbing his stomach and giggling (Hoo-Hoo!, or earlier on, a slight giggle "hee hee").

The Pillsbury Doughboy was created by the Leo Burnett advertising agency's copy writer Rudy Perz as he was sitting in his kitchen in 1962, under pressure to create an advertising campaign. Tanttila imagined a living dough boy popping out of a Pillsbury Crescent Rolls can. To distinguish the dough boy from the rolls, he gave it a scarf, a chef's hat, two big blue eyes, a blush, and a soft, warm chuckle when poked in the stomach.

Effects Edit

If rolled on any surface once, it will transform you into a fantastic baker. The downside is that it will give you a dreadful yeast infection, or you will end up going into cardiac arrest because of non-stop giggling.

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