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J.G. Wentworth relates to advertising spots for the diverse finance service provider J.G. Wentworth that were shown on daily TV in the early 2000s. Ads have been widely referenced on-line, similar to ads for meshothelioma processes and the homoeopathic HeadOn remedy. During the early 2000s, J.G. Wentworth published a TV spot in which various different folks screamed "It's my money and I need it now" out of the window.
14 January 2008 YouTuber ProFtr posted the spot on YouTube (see below). A J.G. Wentworth operatic spot was launched by YouTuber charlinpimsler on April 24, 2008. Over the next nine years, it attracted more than 850,000 viewers and 880 commentaries (see below, left). 2 January 2010, the YouTuber DowntownLouBrown TV station invited a spoof in which a type at the end of the TV spot (shown below, right) shouts "Hey, stop talking".
November 7, 2011 Redditor Lunchable_ sent a contribution entitled "J.G. Wentworth" with a 60's Spider-Man picture macros with the headline "It's my money and I need it now" to /r/funny (see below, left). A similar 60's Spider-Man picture macros was sent from editor Geckos to /r/funny on December 30 ( see below, right).
Redditor Handsome_Harry handed in a J.G. Wentworth thematic "Frenzy Comic" on February 9, 2012: to /r/fffffffuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu (shown below, left). Maxatron4000 sent a photo of a teddy bears with the headline "It's my lach / and I want it now" to /r/AdviceAnimals on May 3 (see below, right). The Tumblr practitioner published a nut knob pictorial macros referring to the J.G. Wentworth advertisement on June 27, 2016 (see below, left).
A couple of and a half years later, editor Timetravelinghippie moved the macros back to /r/FellowKids. The Facebook page of Smitty Werbenjagermanjensen published a photo-shopped photo of the "Cash Me Ousside" on January 28, 2017: Girls above a J.G. Wentworth ad (see below, right).
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