Cliched World Cup ads? Bor-ing

So I had a tweet a while back which went like this:

I hadn’t seen the ad but it sounded bad already but before I’d even had a chance to see it, I received this tweet:

Well, I’ve seen it now Marcus and it’s so unimaginative and tired and cliched in its view of relationships that it’s taken me this long to work up the energy to comment on them. For those who haven’t seen the ads, here you go:

And it’s not just Currys. Pringles, you’re next…

Advertisers, you’re missing a trick. Instead of antiquated ads with killjoy girlfriends, how about something with this sort of feel…

Wife-husband-gun-battle

The Independent reports that a Curry’s spokesman said: “Our current TV campaign is driven by a universal insight about relationships, which provides fertile ground for humour and if anything shows the female in the ultimate position of authority. Our advertising in no way says that only men purchase TVs.”

Quite right, relationships are definitely fertile ground for humour – but the operative word here is ‘humour’.

 

Author: Jo Gunston

Roving blogging superfan shares behind the scenes stories of her sports life and the best of those from like-minded souls.

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