This language is based off, as the title implies, TV commercials. This language was created by User:Poolala. It's probably Turing complete, but there's no formal proof.
|Variable now value dollar(s) off!||Declare an int, or change its value (You can use a variable as a value)|
|"Value" - Satisfied Consumer of Variable||Declare a string, or change its value|
|Variable now sold at your local grocery store!||Input int (can be used for declaration)|
|Variable now sold at your local drug store!||Input string (can be used for declaration)|
|Variable: made by the makers of Variable2||Add variables and store the result in Variable. If Variable is a string, the number will be stored as a unicode character. If Variable2 is a string, its first character's unicode number will be used. (Same for subtraction)|
|Variable has shown much more positive feedback than other products, like Variable2||Subtract variables and store the result in Variable|
|Variable has been selling out worldwide!||Output variable|
|Customers are jumping for joy for Variable!||If variable is 0 (int), jump backwards to either the last jump or the start of the program, else if 1 jump either to the next jump or the end of the program|
|HeadOn - Apply directly to the forehead||Halt execution|
Comments are simply lines that aren't an operation.
"Hello, world!" - Satisfied Consumer of Hello Hello has been selling out worldwide!
Jump now 2 dollars off! Customers are jumping for joy for Jump! Jump now 0 dollars off! Input now sold at your local drug store! Input has been selling out worldwide! Customers are jumping for joy for Jump!