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'Overly Attached Computer' wants a Samsung SSD 840 or else

Laina's 'Overly Attached Girlfriend' speaks on behalf of your computer for a new SSD 840

| Online Video News | Posted: Nov 12, 2012 4:16 pm

Laina's "Overly Attached Girlfriend" character made its debut this summer, and it seems like she's already started to sell out the character to companies who are willing to pay her to look all crazy while adding her own lyrics to karaoke tunes. One of the first "commercials" I've seen for the character just hit YouTube today promoting Samsung's SSD 840.

 

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The video starring Laina's "Overly Attached Girlfriend" character has her speaking on behalf of your computer. It's been a long time since you've layer your Doritos-covered mitts on your computer and it wants you back. Bad. And it's willing to do anything to get you back, like threatening to release all of those quarantined viruses onto your system or deleting all of your pirated music downloads.

 

After threatening you for over a minute, the Laina, speaking on behalf of your computer, then suggests you buy it the Samsung SSD 840 in order to keep it "perkier, more able" and to show your computer you love it.

 

The Overly Attached Computer video is one of the weirdest collaboration I've seen in a long time. I'm not sure why Samsung decided to use Laina's character to speak on behalf of your computer to get it a Samsung SSD 840, and I'm sure many people who watch it won't understand it either.

 

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