I kissed a Dell dude.

I kissed a Dell dude.
My friend Liz just IMed me to say that one of our college buddies, Rob Sudduth, is starring in a new Dell commercial! She says, “Theres a guy in bed with his wife and he calls Dell to see if they’re there 24/7 like they say… and ROB answers the phone and is a Dell guy… and the other guy says “Thanksgiving? and Rob says yes, Christmas? yes sir etc…” Okay, I don’t really get the last part, but how cool is that? Rob starred in a notoriously cheesy play with me junior year called Lie, Cheat, and Genuflect in which I played his love interest and got to smooch him on stage. And now he’s moved on to Dell commercials… I think that probably vaults him to the top of the Famous People I Have Kissed List! (Number one used to be Dickie Barrett, lead singer of the Mighty Mighty Bosstones whom I pecked after a show in London.) Anyhoo, I’ve been trying to find the commercial online but Dell doesn’t seem to archive their advertising anywhere. If anybody manages to catch it on a TiVo or a computer, please let me know!

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  1. i’ve seen the advert! heh. i don’t have tivo however.

  2. Christopher thinks that guy is really cute.

  3. He totally, totally is. And I didn’t even mention the part about how he gave me a lap dance for my 21st birthday in London!

  4. yeah, jon ford told me about that commercial and i saw it a couple of weeks ago. good for rob! but i find the dickie barret smooch way mroe impressive 🙂

  5. Very funny commercial! I thought he was Ricky Ullman from Phil of the Future..thanks for the information

  6. Went to high school with Rob Sudduth, if you have an email address please send it.

  7. I went to high school with Rob, too, and was able to snap a photo with him at our HS reunion in October 2004 – he’s just Rob Sudduth to us, right? I saw that commercial, too, but did not for a minute think it was our Rob…are you sure about this????

  8. No idea. I live in Australia so I never mentioned to see it, but that’s the word I got through our network of mutual college friends…

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