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They got me. I admit it. I saw this ad and didn’t get the joke. In my defense, I saw the ad within the context of a coupon sheet from the Sunday newspaper inserts. You know: 45¢ off Lunchables, a limited-time offer from The Franklin Mint, a two-headed, male model slurping a tropical drink through