Most Overused Advertising Cliches
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Is there such thing as a two day sale. I've seen "Two Day Sale: This Friday through Sunday" Can't these people count
Countless advertisers think they're being oh so original and cute and "provocative" by using this tired double entendre.
Ad�s that display the idea of �You get More with us� by showing a dog with 6 tails or an ice-cream with like a hundred flakes or a human sized box of popcorn with a weedy man crumbling under its weight etc
Are you tired of hearing are you tired of?! Great! - ArpstaAmy333
That one wrote itself.
The free part just becomes useless when they say that.V 2 Comments
But horrible at home
You can't dial letters, so you gotta find out what number the letter means - Yatagarasu
They suck, and they're everywhere! Case closed.
Of course it may increase your risk of cancer, liver disease or a stroke... But...
I don't want band-aids for Christmas! - RalphBob
Yay, I've always wanted an egg cracker for Christmas!
Every other commercial on T.V. uses this at the beginning or somewhere in the content.
Commercials that simulate TV news alerts, game shows, etc. are way overused. Especially annoying and potentially deceptive are the make-believe "consumer reports. " - DrDanM
These are done by actors who have never been on T.V., so they are perceived to be 'normal' people. Usually shot outdoors or some location to make it look like they were chosen at random.
My brother-in-law is a cop and needs more tickets for his quota.
And as soon as it ends, we'll have another sales event. There will ALWAYS be a sales event here.
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