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annoying tv ads

Started by: maddy (1698) 

anybody got tv ads that they feel like throwing something at? mine is norton finance the people are saying how much norton have helped them and they are stood in the pouring rain- take a look behind them not a drop everyone walking about un summer wear- am i a niggly owd sod or does this type of thing annoy anyone else(could be iv not had a cigarette for 9 months HAAAAA)

Started: 2nd Oct 2006 at 16:08

Posted by: mollie m (6471) 

I hate any ad to do with finance, mortgages, loans etc and I hate those horrible little men from that BOGOF window company and Cillit Bang who come into MY house screaming at me. Ugh! Mute!

Replied: 2nd Oct 2006 at 16:28

Posted by: brian (838)

Had an accident? Not your fault?

Replied: 2nd Oct 2006 at 19:20

Posted by: chewbaxter (121)

That new "Phones 4U" one with the bloke going "Yeah! Yeah!" is rapidly twisting my riddy nipples!!!

And ANY with Carol Vodaphone - I HATE her!

And Jamie Oliver?????

DOn't get me started!

N.

Replied: 2nd Oct 2006 at 22:39

Posted by: aussie roy (2574) 

Any ads are annoying especially when they break in to the programme at the wrong time.Here we have them before a programme and at increasingly irregular intervals to the end.The most worn button on the remote control is the mute,much to the irritation of my offspring when I visit them,and amusement when they visit me.For the most part I stay away from the commercial stations as much as possible,because there seems to be no regulation over the advertising,the same advert can be repeated three times in one break,but I'm told to live with it as there are no TV and radio receiving licences in Oz.

Replied: 3rd Oct 2006 at 08:15

Posted by: gozzer (inactive)

her from injury lawyers for you .
you know the one with all the teeth.
i tend to tape most programmes and watch them later or the day after and fast forward through the commercials.
and have you noticed that they now tend to go on for 4 or 5 minutes

Replied: 3rd Oct 2006 at 08:49

Posted by: neverstill (inactive)

some are plain daft, but most of the time adverts are better than the programmes.....when i was little there was one about mushy peas, and they were making one pea cry, so it would become mushy....i broke my heart and as u can tell ive never forgot it!

Replied: 3rd Oct 2006 at 13:20

Posted by: xrh59 (inactive)

When i was a kid i hated the tv ad with the kid going to the shop for "Plumrose chopped ham with pork" and as he was running he got it all mixed up and said to the shop keeper "a tin of Plumrose plopped ham with chalk" i used to think "thick sod".

Replied: 3rd Oct 2006 at 18:35

Posted by: dark horse (295) 

Not an ad as such, just one of them 'interludes' it starts with someone singing a nee-naw in back ground, shows two ppl huggin trees and a bloke wi a stupid grin rubbin is belly int mirror. At least ads is servin a purpose tryin fot sell summat but this pile of doo doo seems to have no purpose or sense to it. It sends my blood pressure thru t roof

Replied: 5th Oct 2006 at 20:57

Posted by: zoe24 (2272) 

the ones that come on when corries on with the chocolate and they keep piling in the room,,grrrrr,,but 1 i do like is were poeple keep banging there heads on accident, that makes me chuckle

Replied: 5th Oct 2006 at 21:04

Posted by: meccy (376) 

was chatting to mi mam the other day and got talking about wagon works she work there and my dad who sadly passed away 2 years ago also mi brother jimmy just wondering if any body knew them jessie and ernie metcalfe and if any body work there

Replied: 20th Jan 2007 at 13:47

Posted by: truckerdave (2337) 

How come most of the advert's these day's are cartoonised, which a/hole sit's down in an office for hour's on end and think's up this hipe,
The advert about the plastic clockwork couple walking along the road while people wind it up really get's on my waz, I'd like it to step out in front of my truck and let me flatten it

Replied: 20th Jan 2007 at 19:47

Posted by: coccium (2569) 

what drives me nuts is a party political broadcast on behalf of some lying political party.

Replied: 20th Jan 2007 at 20:09

Posted by: dainty.duck (526) 

that bloody sheilas wheels advert does my head in..its the most annoying advert ever oh and the ad for picture loans..
"dads found your scooter" grrrr

Replied: 20th Jan 2007 at 21:35

Posted by: dainty.duck (526) 

that bloody sheilas wheels advert does my head in..its the most annoying advert ever oh and the ad for picture loans..
"dads found your scooter" grrrr

Replied: 20th Jan 2007 at 21:40

Posted by: reddi8 (1107)

the picture loan really annoys me to. If you were asking for a loan on the phone you certainly wouldn`t break off to talk about scooters.

Replied: 21st Jan 2007 at 00:09

Posted by: ozzielass (1742) 

Have you noticed that when you are on a diet and trying not to think about food, every ad seems to be about lip smacking food, you feel like you can even smell it.

That's bloody annoying.

Replied: 21st Jan 2007 at 11:32

Posted by: disco_diva (inactive)

Hi ozzielass, yes when your on a diet you notice the food adverts more. The food always looks so good but in reality it does not look or taste that good when you have it at home. On saying that though, we have some Marks and Spencers food adverts running over here and the food from there does taste as good as it looks. Expensive though but worth it.

Replied: 21st Jan 2007 at 11:43

Posted by: ozzielass (1742) 

Believe it or not I know of some travellers in London right now who think the M & S meals are the best value. Why bother shopping, cooking? Why can't they make a low calorie version? Not too much to ask is it? I could murder a good Butter Chicken sometimes.

Replied: 22nd Jan 2007 at 10:58

Posted by: mollie m (6471) 

And what about those ads showing people on the lav? Now is that really essential just to sell a bit of bog roll?

Replied: 22nd Jan 2007 at 12:41

Posted by: rnicky74 (1295) 

There are loads've annoyin ads but which ones do you really like. The one that springs to mind for me was the first Tango one with the orange bloke who slapped a woman right across the face. The slogan was "you know when you've been tango'd" i've never laughed so much. i had tears rolling down my cheeks. granted it wasn't that funny after you'd seen it a few times but the very first time was hilarious.

Replied: 22nd Jan 2007 at 15:21

Posted by: truckerdave (2337) 

I've just seen the new advert about the cadbury's cream egg, Where the bloke parks his car and is only feet away from it when a giant cream egg falls from the sky and demolishes his car, it was quite unexpected and gave me a good giggle

Replied: 22nd Jan 2007 at 20:39

 

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