Those god damned pooping cartoon bears, their bear asses covered in bear poop smeared bits of toilet paper. Similar to R86, what's the deal with companies modifying their original campaign to accomodate new ones even if the fit is awkward? Years ago, the barbarians were the joke--they were the physical representation of how bank fees "rape and pillage" your wallet.
Now they costar with Alec Baldwin in ads and make jokes about traveling together to Hawaii. Why do companies hold on so tightly to themes that have lost their original intent? I'm old enough (yes, probably could be considered an eldergay) when commercials used to simply tell you what the manufacturer's models had and the gas mileage.
I hate the way the guy won't turn his head and look at the guy - he keeps looking at him out of the corner of his eyes. This radio commercial was awhile ago, but even now I hate it.
It was for Kaiser and the narrator was Allison Janney.
The jokes are fast and furious - one line is "the skunk has left the barn". Romney is probably the most honest politician in America and this ad proves it. I just get sick - as anybody does, I'm sure - of commercials that air again. I think it's interesting when commercials "change" after they are released, presumably because of negative reaction.The other thread is full and it's my only thread to ever reach 600 replies.I'll start again with the PSA about home ownership with the grandfather and grandson sitting on the porch.I haven't seen one yet that wasn't completely annoying.They finally made one sort of OK in latest one with Samuel L. The latest (as I type this) Progressive ad with Flo "at work" with a plumber, a truck driver, working in an Asian food truck etc. She's out of the virtual Progressive "store" and gets to show some comic acting ability.