• EMoney

    First post

  • LOL21

    so technically you HAD to eat/buy the cheese or you would get killed by a giant panda

    lol thank god there's no panda cheese for sale here

  • http://DirtyFootHunters.com DirtyFootHunters.com

    How does Pandas and cheese go together? Do they make it out of panda milk?

  • Penelope

    Panda cheese…sounds illegal.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=600655589 Andrew Ryan

    The look on there faces is priceless

  • crispy


    • Frankie Muniz

      *you're* a homo

      • Qwerty

        go back to filming malcom

  • Anonymous

    I laughed my ass off so hard.

  • Jack Kamel


  • Pufffdragon

    That's one angry ass bear.

  • Woot

    The suspense!

    • Satbir

      While morality may be in gaernel pro-social, it is not in every specific case. So there are times when you must choose between being moral, and being helpful.This is an odd-sounding statement to me. I gaernelly think that being helpful is a subsection of being moral. So saying there are times when you must choose between being moral, and being helpful is like saying there are times when you must choose between between driving an automobile and driving a car or there are times when you must choose between having an offspring and having a son. I think you are using the term morality when you really mean moral codes. Moral codes are sets of rules developed to save computation time when trying to act morally. Rather than spend lots of time trying to weigh a course of action someone with a moral code simply follows a set of rules that have been demonstrated to, on average, produce positive results. Doing this is usually good, prosocial, helpful, moral, and so on because it means that you aren’t locked in indecision when moral choices come your way because you don’t have time to weigh your options. It’s also a good guard against corruption, a clear unambiguous code makes it harder to convince yourself you’re behaving morally when you’re not.The trolly problem is one particular rare instance where following a normal moral code has obvious bad consequences that can be seen very easily with very little necessary computation. People naturally feel uncomfortable, since their moral code normally produces good results, it feels wrong to break it.The person who acts to stop the trolly is being moral. They’re just basing their moral judgement on a cost-benefit analysis instead of a set of rules. Normally this is a bad idea, it usually takes too long and is too open to corruption. But in this rare freak event it produces better consequences than following the rules. And producing good consequences is what being moral is all about.

  • Joe N

    Dam, that's a mean ass bear

  • Drmzindec

    10th POST

  • stafferty

    I do the same type of things dressed as a giant penis at a porn store. I've been dubbed "One evil prick"

    • thatwasntthequestion

      Why would you need a costume?

  • nepster

    The more I watch it, the more I laugh.

  • Alan

    panda, alaheshla

  • Ant

    I'm totally getting a panda suit and doing this in random stores.

  • Anonymous

    Does no one else find it weird that it's a panda who is supposed to be… an Italian gangster? …and, cheese? I mean, I've seen some strange ads before, but… wtf?

  • thatwasntthequestion

    Funny…I want to be the Panda.

  • splinter


  • joe

    this is an Egyptian advertising campaign for a cheese

    • http://www.facebook.com/ya7yaz Mohamed Yahya

      I was totally freaked out when they started talking Egyptian, I didn't expect it 😀

  • MikeofLA

    Fuck you Panda… you're not even a real BEAR. You're an oversized Raccoon that doesn't even like to breed. I don't want to eat your stupid chee… oh god! It's in my house….

  • cpt

    they rippin off the bruins bear commercials? seems so

  • Pfft

    Am I the only one who draws parallels between this and the "Mm Whatcha Say" meme?

  • jefdenbosaap

    i laughed my ass of at this 😀

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