Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Good, Bad and Ugly Ads

Since I have not been given much of a life, I watch an awful lot of television, which includes an awful lot of commercials.  Now, a “GOOD” ad is one that holds my attention and makes me want to at least learn more about the product or service it is for.  A “BAD” ad is one that quickly becomes nothing more than background noise when it cannot be skipped over.  “UGLY” ads are much worse.  For not only do they make we want to never see them again, they make me want to never have anything to do with the company that paid for them to be produced.  Of course, you may feel differently, but I sure wouldn’t say much about it around anyone with a lick of sense.  For I am, after all, an expert on such things—albeit only in my own mind!




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  1. Shucks I couldn't get (your first video) my favorite one to work, but as you know they are like my newest favorite characters. I agree on your next two- and as for #2 last date for him If that were me! Yikes!

  2. Which is why I really love Netflix. I rarely watch "regular" TV anymore and we ditched cable/satellite several years ago.

  3. Thanks for stopping by, my dear Karen!!! I am sorry that you had trouble with the first one. Maybe you were just not holding your mouth right or having an exceedingly great blonde moment? For it plays just fine for me. (LOL?)

  4. Thanks for stopping by, my dear Julie!!! Hooking up a computer to the TV is a dream of mine. Hopefully, we will be allowed and enabled to do this someday and leave most network programming far behind. Nonetheless, many commercials are well worth watching--albeit merely as something to justify shaking One's head at when one feels the need to do that. (LOL?)

  5. ok I guess that first one is kind of cute

  6. Thanks for stopping by, my dear Ann!!! Maybe just a little.


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