Discussion in 'books, films, TV, radio & writing' started by twentythreedom, Dec 31, 2018.
Sofa / holiday ads already pissing me right off
They're all fucking irritaing hence the great invention of the mute button.
Yes, anything I watch on commercial tele I record and fast forward just can’t abide any.
That bloody Peleton advert..."and saddle."
Yeah that one does my head in, was gonna post about it myself
Just go to the gym FFS
Been watching CNN now and again, that Richard Quest in that business prog trailer - fuck me, that cunt isn't just annoying, he's so offensive deserves a fucking good kicking then a screwdriver shoving down his ear while he cries. Blowtorch his bollocks too. Cunt
Fecking BBC spends about a minute between each programme advertising it own shows. Can piss me off especially on the radio.
Not as much as this Quest fuckwad, I assure you. That cunt needs maiming
Not new this year... But that gold blend one :
"stand up if you've seen me cry"
So awful and mawkish that I find it hilarious and enraging.
Not annoying at all really ...
I saw it in English, but can only locate a French version at the moment.
Alexa - helping you banish ill-thought-out pets to the shed when they get too big/annoying
Toothpaste advertised as being "inspired by dentists"
Toothpaste ads are pretty much always fucking irritating. Particularly when the actor is shown brushing their teeth, but quite clearly not using the actual product they are advertising
this one brings on the spasms with me too.
How about :
"I didn't know oral-b made toothpaste!"
Really? Really? This is an astonishing development?
I still have the untouched teeny sample tube that came with my toothbrush nearly 20 years ago.
In the days when I saw mainstream adverts I would wonder how people chose "features" in toothpaste.
For me it starts with a flavour I can stand so I buy fennel flavour. (Pernod-ish)
I only wish I could get chewing gum in that flavour. (I chew it while cycling to work and back - partly for the benefit of my teeth)
I have seriously considered saving all my used gum (as I do anyway - albeit carelessly) and adding fennel.
I have just added tea pickling back to my daily regime.
I have a scientist colleague doing Colgate-sponsored halitosis trials at the moment, but I have not volunteered my services.
Kingfisher? I love that one, if a little expensive.
Take the chicken, go back for the fox. Oh hang on, take the fox go back for the chicken!
Aaargh, it's bad enough I thought it was going to be one of those army (born in Leeds, made in the forces shite *) recruitment ads. No, it's barclays Bank shite instead.
*if you can fix a pushbike, you can mend an aircraft carrier. Oh yeh.
All the people who contributed shit poems for the bank advert should be ashamed of themselves.
You've a cold heart DC . Love blossomed over some batter after school on the high Street.
At the chip shop?
That Peloton one continues to vex
I like advertising. In fact I used to have a large collection of TV adverts on tape. I should start a new collection.
There's a Domino's add at the moment which shows the classic shot of lifting a slice of pizza and all the hot, melty mozzarella string clinging to the rest of the pizza. This is annoying me as I've had a few domino's pizzas recently and it's unclear whether they put any cheese on them at all.
Scottish mummy cooking the leg of Tesco lamb for her student sons is grating on me now
All the fucking over-50s life cover / funeral plan etc ads piss me off too.
And the fucking Oral-B toothpaste one, that woman needs shooting. You didn't know Oral-B made toothpaste? Fuck off
I am amazed people actually watch ads.
I just record stuff, and skip the ads, makes for a much more enjoyable viewing experience.
Facebook ads are really weird at the moment abstract pieces of text advertising all sorts of things and advertisers from miles away.
But at least you get to argue with them.
I had an interesting chat on an advert for the sheltered over 55 accommodation I cycle past every night
I accused them of it all being armchairs milky tea and daytime TV
I was able to put them straight a bit about brexit and people like me who plan to live in another European country and not be a burden either there or here.
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