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#544179
The LG ad with the trendy fella in his trendy flat asking his telly to show him England goals. He seems like the kind of bloke who plays squash with his boss every Tuesday evening just to kiss-arse. I notice at the end of the ad that he and his friends celebrate a goal while the pass to the eventual goalscorer is still being made!
#544186
AOB wrote:
Sat Jun 02, 2018 7:20 am
The LG ad with the trendy fella in his trendy flat asking his telly to show him England goals. He seems like the kind of bloke who plays squash with his boss every Tuesday evening just to kiss-arse. I notice at the end of the ad that he and his friends celebrate a goal while the pass to the eventual goalscorer is still being made!
Surely the last bits true...as twats like him don't understand football anyway, but think they have to pretend to keep in with the lads who do.
I give you Cameron' s support of West Villa Hotspurs
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#544290
I'm greatly saddened to see Harvey Keitel so diminished that he's doing them. I expected that shit of Kevin Bacon.

I also wonder if Tarantino gets a few quid out of it, given he created the Winston Wolf character
#544293
MisterMuncher wrote:I'm greatly saddened to see Harvey Keitel so diminished that he's doing them. I expected that shit of Kevin Bacon.

I also wonder if Tarantino gets a few quid out of it, given he created the Winston Wolf character
Can't blame him for taking the easy money, but I know where you're coming from. I'd laugh my arse of if Direct Line got out of paying royalties for using dialogue by claiming it was a Tarantino-esque 'homage'.


For the uninitiated,,,

"Lots of cream, lots of sugar."

#544431
The current Go Compare ad; a group of young people who have just finished eating in a restaurant look amazed when they are handed the bill. Who'd have thought it- getting asked for money in exchange for food?! Cue a load of patting pockets, and in one young dipstick's case patting non-existent t-shirt breast pockets. I'd have quite liked De Niro's Sam Rothstein narration from Casino to have kicked in at this point to describe what security did in the back room to customers who didn't pay the bill but sadly the opera singer fella then appears from nowhere instead, singing his usual nonsense and everyone starts dancing. I'm sure this is called "distraction theft"!
#544902
UBER ads, those ones that tell you their drivers are safe and reliable and you can know everything about them, apart from the fact there treated like shit and there's a chance they might be a criminal.
#545728
AOB wrote:
Sat Apr 28, 2018 5:03 pm
I've just seen the new Halifax Wizard of Oz ad. I'm pretty sure that flogging bank products for corporate cunts wasn't what those actors signed up for when they starred in the great film. :|
Having regular dealings with the Halifax in my line of work, I can assure the House that a more useless, clueless, don't give a fuck about the customer organisation you will not find*. But at least they've moved away from Hanna-Barbera now onto classic films. And whilst it might be apt, if I see a Corleone turn up in a future advert, then all family business will be settled if you catch my drift.

*Except Barclays
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