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Old 05-22-2019, 11:31 AM
Annie-Xmas is offline
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During the 1970's, Peter Paul used the jingle "Sometimes you feel like a nut / Sometimes you don't / Almond Joy's got nuts / Mounds don't", written by Leo Corday and Leon Carr and sung by Joey Levine, to advertise Almond Joy and Mounds together. In a play on words, the "feel like a nut" portion of the jingle was typically played over a clip of someone acting like a "nut", i.e., doing something unconventional, such as an equestrian riding on a horse backward or a bride carrying her groom over the threshold, and then showing the same act being done "normally" for the lyric "sometimes you don't."

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