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Kabikiller (Japanese: カビキラー, which means “Mold Killer”) is a chlorine mold-remover for bathrooms and kitchens produced in Japan by SC Johnson since 1982.
TVCMs for Kabikiller have been aired in Japan since 1980s, changed several times and continued telling people its strong bactericidal power annihilating all molds by the roots. In late 2000s, new TVCMs started to be aired, which were narrated by a middle-aged male’s voice and set his shouting of “Kabikiller” to the sound logo for the product. For example, this video below is a bath room version.
Gomu pakkin no kabi wa nega Hukai. (Molds are deeply digging into rubber seals.)
Dakara ochinainda… (Indeed. so hard to remove…)
Konnna tokini wa Kabikiller no shintouryoku (On such occasions, take Kabikiller’s strong penetrating power)
Kabi no ne no oku no oku made kyouryoku shintou (Deeply penetrates to the roots of molds)
Gomu pakkin mo sukkiri (Cleans up even molds in rubber seals.)
Sintouryoku nara Kabikiller (Kabikiller, the best penetrating power)
On NND, 2 early instances of MAD videos reusing this TVCM series were already uploaded in late 2008. One was a derivative of the Paffendorf Dance, the other was a musical remix with a soundtrack from Kirby’s Dream Land 3. Each of them rendered surrealistic lulz by a little manly shouting of the sound logo.
Meanwhile, the trigger of this fad on NND was a ranking-style compilation video for surrealistic MAD videos posted on January 17th, 2010. Since it introduced Kabikiller’s Te-Te-Te- remix, these TVCMs began to spread among many other NND users.
Many MAD editors continues producing video remixes of Kabikiller even though the warning notation, a cliche for chlorine detergents, says “Danger! Do not Mix”. As of July 2012, the amount of videos in this series is more than 300.
For more videos, check out the videos section in this entry.
Quenn’s Killer Queen
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