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Fake Ad Brutally Rips GM Banned Words Memo

This week’s Last Week Tonight with John Oliver took up the list of banned words General Motors sent to its employees. The show’s parody ad makes fun of the long list of defects in the auto giant’s cars over the past decade. Banned phrases include “deathtrap,” “defective,” “catastrophically flawed,” and only gets worse from there.

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