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10 things people are sick of seeing on TV ads

Ah here.

1. Gross misrepresentation of food portion sizes

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We’re ONTO you. Never has a bag of crisps been that full.

2. In fact, the prettiness of fast food in their ads is a sham and a farce

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The crispiest lettuce we have ever seen.

3. The standard orgasm that every woman has when they taste yoghurt

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“The yoghurt is so good it’s positively sexual” said no one ever.

4. The car sweeping majestically through the desert when it really should show its performance in a traffic jam on the M50

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This is not our lives.

5. Ads that just go ahead and make up cute words

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Crunch-tastic!

6. When the characters are in the middle of a real life situation and then start talking directly to the camera

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YOU BROKE THE FOURTH WALL.

7. When the people talking clearly have a local accent dubbed in

Noooo. It’s just hard to watch.

8. The painfully awkward celeb endorsement

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9. Completely over the top dramatic scientific scenes in the lab where they obviously make pads

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10. And here, when adding a fifth blade to a razor becomes the greatest scientific achievement of the century

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With the real life scienticians working hard on it.

What next? A sixth blade? Hardly. We can dream.

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David Elkin

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