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Old 06-19-2016, 04:17 AM   #1
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I keep seeing advertisements for the My Pillow and I'm just curious to ask anyone if the My Pillow really works? Because my parents are looking for new pillows and I have been curious to know more about the My Pillow
Has anyone ever seen the My Pillow?
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Old 06-19-2016, 04:37 AM   #2
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I consider that commercial one of the phoniest, most insincere commercials I have ever seen. The owner is so overly sincere that it is completely insincere and I hate the sight of him.

Before you fall for any of that crap search on the internet for complaints. http://mypillow.pissedconsumer.com/
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I consider that commercial one of the phoniest, most insincere commercials I have ever seen. The owner is so overly sincere that it is completely insincere and I hate the sight of him.
And that "National Sleep Foundation"-- what a load of hooey! It's probably something he founded himself, and not a real, actual organization.
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The pillows could be great, it just how do you know without really buying them. I would think if the pillows really were awful, the ad would be gone. By that really awful would be desperate. Each head that goes on a pillow is different.
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And that "National Sleep Foundation"-- what a load of hooey! It's probably something he founded himself, and not a real, actual organization.




Yes it's always "Buyer beware". Remember those Ricardo Montalbon Chrysler commercials? Advertising that the car had Corinthian Leather? Well, here's the real story.

"The term was first used during the marketing campaign for the 1974 Imperial LeBaron, but the term is usually associated with the marketing campaign for the 1975 Cordoba and that campaign's celebrity spokesperson, Ricardo Montalban, who described "the thickly-cushioned luxury of seats available even in soft Corinthian leather".

Despite the exotic origin suggested by the name "Corinthian leather", much of the leather used in Chrysler vehicles during the era originated from a supplier located outside Newark, New Jersey."

In short; Corinthian leather is just regular leather manufactured in New Jersey with an exotic name which sounds luxurious.

Another thing; Most of these products "As seen on TV" show up in most department stores like, Walmart, K-Mart, etc. for less money. I'd wait until then to try anything.
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Another important matter to bring to your attention concerning TV offers. Most of them offer a second one free. Just pay separate "shipping and processing". Just for fun I ordered one of those products with the second one free . Well, the total shipping charge for the "free" one was double the cost of the product itself! So I canceled the order. Watch out for that! If it sounds too good to be true. It probably is! Everything seems to be a rip-off now days. You have to be very observant and diligent!
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Yes it's always "Buyer beware". Remember those Ricardo Montalbon Chrysler commercials? Advertising that the car had Corinthian Leather? Well, here's the real story.

"The term was first used during the marketing campaign for the 1974 Imperial LeBaron, but the term is usually associated with the marketing campaign for the 1975 Cordoba and that campaign's celebrity spokesperson, Ricardo Montalban, who described "the thickly-cushioned luxury of seats available even in soft Corinthian leather".

Despite the exotic origin suggested by the name "Corinthian leather", much of the leather used in Chrysler vehicles during the era originated from a supplier located outside Newark, New Jersey."

In short; Corinthian leather is just regular leather manufactured in New Jersey with an exotic name which sounds luxurious.

Another thing; Most of these products "As seen on TV" show up in most department stores like, Walmart, K-Mart, etc. for less money. I'd wait until then to try anything.

Yes! Pajama jeans and Genie bras very shortly after "as seen on TV' products showed up in stores!
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2,013 My Pillow reviews at Amazon. Believe the ones you want to.

https://www.amazon.com/MyPillow-Prem...pillow+reviews
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Yes it's always "Buyer beware". Remember those Ricardo Montalbon Chrysler commercials? Advertising that the car had Corinthian Leather? Well, here's the real story.

"The term was first used during the marketing campaign for the 1974 Imperial LeBaron, but the term is usually associated with the marketing campaign for the 1975 Cordoba and that campaign's celebrity spokesperson, Ricardo Montalban, who described "the thickly-cushioned luxury of seats available even in soft Corinthian leather".

Despite the exotic origin suggested by the name "Corinthian leather", much of the leather used in Chrysler vehicles during the era originated from a supplier located outside Newark, New Jersey."

In short; Corinthian leather is just regular leather manufactured in New Jersey with an exotic name which sounds luxurious.

Another thing; Most of these products "As seen on TV" show up in most department stores like, Walmart, K-Mart, etc. for less money. I'd wait until then to try anything.
Ricardo Montalban was asked in an interview (I think by Johnny Carson) what Corinthian leather was and he said it was a made up name and meant nothing. Of course this was years after the commercial stopped airing.
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Today my mom got her My Pillow today and she plans to try them when she goes to sleep and my mom actually got a good deal on her My Pillows because she got two smaller My Pillows that she plans to give to me. My Pillow will sure be a top selling item for people during Christmas 2017 this year
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Yes it's always "Buyer beware". Remember those Ricardo Montalbon Chrysler commercials? Advertising that the car had Corinthian Leather? Well, here's the real story.

"The term was first used during the marketing campaign for the 1974 Imperial LeBaron, but the term is usually associated with the marketing campaign for the 1975 Cordoba and that campaign's celebrity spokesperson, Ricardo Montalban, who described "the thickly-cushioned luxury of seats available even in soft Corinthian leather".

Despite the exotic origin suggested by the name "Corinthian leather", much of the leather used in Chrysler vehicles during the era originated from a supplier located outside Newark, New Jersey."

In short; Corinthian leather is just regular leather manufactured in New Jersey with an exotic name which sounds luxurious.

Another thing; Most of these products "As seen on TV" show up in most department stores like, Walmart, K-Mart, etc. for less money. I'd wait until then to try anything.
One...I'm planning on making a late night style TV show that has faux commercials. One can be Ricardo Montalban advertising for "Fine New Jersyan Pleather".

Two...I'll have another faux commercial on there called "Those Aren't Pillows"! Which is a parody of "My Pillow".
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I bought a My Pillow and did not care for it. My neck still hurt. I gave it to my wife and she hated it. Everyone is different.
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i think that the guy in the MyPillow commercial has been smoking WAY too many paint chips, and THAT is why he gets such a good night's sleep.
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Today my mom got her My Pillow today and she plans to try them when she goes to sleep and my mom actually got a good deal on her My Pillows because she got two smaller My Pillows that she plans to give to me. My Pillow will sure be a top selling item for people during Christmas 2017 this year
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