Any, to break my chronological order at bit, for today, we present...
Cinco de Mayonnaise
GK: This portion of the show brought to you by Cinco de Mayo brand mayonnaise,
MAN: Honey, this sandwich is so bland. It’s, like, sucking the life force out of my soul.
WOMAN: Really? It’s the way I always make it.
MAN: I don’t know, since I hit 50, everything seems bland. Especially my sandwiches.
(Mexican music plays)
SPOKESMAN: What you need, amigo, is some Cinco de Mayo brand mayonnaise. It’s a spicy, creamy way to help your sandwiches commemorate the victory of the Mexican militia over the French army at The Battle Of Puebla in 1862. Here, try some.
MAN: Wow! That’s really good. It’s like there’s a fiesta in my mouth!
WOMAN: It’s tasty and historical.
MAN: It sure does the trick on my turkey sandwich.
SPOKESMAN: Si! Also try it on egg salad, tuna fish, or a nice taco.
WOMAN: I will. Gracis, Cinco de Mayo.
SPOKESMAN: Try Cinco de Mayo mayonnaise. Just look for the jar with the routed French soldiers on the label.
MAN: Routed French? I’d buy that!
GK: Cinco de Mayo, available at better supermarkets and boarder crossings everywhere.