Particularly good/bad adverts (potentially rolling)

#403

Don’t like the TK Maxx advert with the giant xmas present-vomiting worm thing.


Looks like the sort of advert that would have given me nightmares when I was little (as would the creepy feral running horse in the LLoyds ad)
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#404

Christ! It’s a bit… phallic.

#405

The Three ‘Phones are good’ ad they play at the cinema goes on for bloody ages.

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#406

Proper cynical nightmare inversion of the ‘what if phones but too much’ overearnestness nightmare as well

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#407

Got a proper hatred for that Pepsi one with the neon surfboards “Try a new tradition this Christmas” bullshit.

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#408

jfc

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#409

I saw a Coke Christmas advert in the cinema that was painful to watch with beatboxing and stuff

#410

I don’t get the whole Coke Xmas advert obsession full stop. I know that technically they invented the modern image of Father Christmas. I just don’t get the reverence people have for those Christmas lorries and everything. Just a load of slack-jawed yokels gawping at a bunch of brightly lit articulated lorries. You get them most nights on motorways!

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#411

OMG YOU KNOW ITS CHRISTMAS WHEN…

no shut up and develop an awareness of the months and their passing

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#412

The guy in that ad really reminds me of @dan_thw

#413

Just sounds insincere

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#414

Really irked by this advert implying you can’t say the sibilant at the start of spicy but you can say the one near the end.

images

#415

The google home alone ad, seriously doubt google assistant can be intergrated with a furnace

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#416

not sure why but the cat playing the harmonica in this is totally great imo

#417

Cat playing the harmonica?

Can this be real?

#418

keep reading this as Radiohead lyrics

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#419

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#420

Hate that prick.

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#421
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#422

What about all the Sunlife Insurance ads with the next door neighbours who keep bumping into each other and discussing life insurance. Definitely not shagging each other behind their spouses’ backs…