First Verizon iPhone Ad Features Clocks And Waiting

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Since DVRs have basically eliminated the need to sit through commercials, we turn our attention to YouTube. That’s where Verizon’s first iPhone commercial has cropped up. It’s 30 seconds of clocks ticking, fingers and toes tapping, and a girl who smiles when one of the clocks strikes midnight—presumably on February 10th when the Verizon iPhone becomes available.

The voice over: “To our millions of customers who never stopped believing this day would come; thank you.”

“You’re welcome,” thinks the smiling girl. “Now goodnight room. Goodnight moon. Goodnight cow jumping over the moon. Goodnight light and the red… the red… the red Verizon logo—aw crap! I should be in line outside the store already, not here in my apartment watching the clock!”

More on TIME.com:

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