Get Paid For Burping: Soda Commercial Casting St. Louis Ladies Who Belch

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Buuuuuuurp. 'Scuse me.
Calling all St. Louis ladies who can expel air from their digestive tracts and need a quick buck!

A local commercial crew filming a soda commerical is advertising on Craigslist for women who can burp on command.

Belchers can earn $750 for burps of any size, "from small, quiet burps to monstrously loud belches," according to the casting call.

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5 Perfect STL Responses to Backlash Against Coke's Multilingual Super Bowl Commercial

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This is the commercial everyone's freaking out over.
Watching the 2014 Super Bowl commercials, one thing is clear: These companies are shooting for virality.

Just being seen by millions of TV viewers isn't enough anymore. For marketers to be happy with their extremely expensive Super Bowl commercials, they have to be shared, liked, clicked, tweeted and favorited across the web.

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America Totally Loses It Over Budweiser's Adorable Super Bowl Commercial

The Internet cannot handle this cuteness.
Super Bowl XLVIII hasn't even started, but the Internet is ready to declare a winner in the contest for best commercial.

Budweiser premiered the commercial "Puppy Love" on NBC's Today show Wednesday ahead of Sunday's big game, earning millions of YouTube clicks in a matter of hours with the touching story of puppy-pony friendship.

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This Looks Familiar: 5 Commercials Weber Chevrolet Should Rip Off Next

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George Weber talks gas mileage with kids.
George Weber was sick of the typical car commercial, where the owner of a dealership screams about the cheapest model on the lot.

"Car commercials do so much yelling at you," says Weber, owner of George Weber Chevrolet. "I don't think people are listening to ads with a notepad writing things down. But if I make it funny, then people will want to see it."

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6 People Who Should Take David Freese's Place as Imo's Pizza Spokesperson

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Becky, Queen of Pizza
As David Freese leaves the Cardinals to play ball with Albert Pujols in Los Angeles, Daily RFT began to wonder: Who should fill the baseball all-star's three-year contract to be the spokester for St. Louis staple Imo's Pizza?

We have a few ideas.

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FU to MU: Webster U. Swipes at Mizzou Sports Dominance with Chess Billboard on I-70

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Webster University is challenging the University of Missouri's hegemony in sports and outdoor advertising with an attention-grabbing billboard.

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Webster University's new billboard up between Columbia and St. Louis on I-70
MU dominates the signage along I-70 from Columbia to St. Louis with six billboards spelling out the school's nickname -- M-I-Z-Z-O-U -- and Webster is fighting back with a sign that's part-recruiting tactic, part-PR ploy and part-joke.

"Our top recruits are chess players," reads the school's billboard, now up on the same stretch of road highway that connects two of Missouri's largest universities.

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Billboard Wars: Secularists Hit Back at Anti-Gay-Marriage Message from Catholics

Battle of the billboards in Smithville!
Oh, it's so ON!

Matt Gaines of Smithville (between Kansas City and St. Joseph) did not take kindly to the billboard recently erected by 1090 AM, a Catholic radio station in his hometown.

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Weber Chevrolet's TV Commercial Lambasted by Daily RFT Reader

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Man, we love it when Daily RFT readers send us random stuff. Here's an amusing critique of a Weber Chevrolet TV commercial, sent to us via Facebook by reader Dan Baumann Jr. of St. Charles:

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Thrift Store Launches Titillating Ad Campaign

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We agree with the person who posted this on Reddit: That the thrift store Your Dress or Mine at 3148 Morganford in the Tower Grove South neighborhood, may want to "rethink" this sign:

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Or maybe they don't!

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