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This post is gross.
I just saw this ad. This woman has some dry tissues and she's rubbing it on dinnerware. She says "You wouldn't clean china like this!"
Then, there is a guy in the shower, trying to rub dirt off himself with dry tissues. She comes back and says "This won't do, you need water!" and turns on the shower.
"You need water. So why does the one part that needs it get this?" holds up toilet paper.

She should have just spelt it out. "So why does the one part that needs it, your ass..." The product described is a replacement for regular toilet seats, that squirts water on your bunghole. Because we all need wet, squishy holes. The rest of the ad was people that owned one telling about their experiences. Ok, hello? I do not want to hear about people's experiences on the toilet. One woman said "It energizes me!" OK, lady, what exactly are you *doing* with your toilet seat?!

She must be sitting backwards.

I'm all : vexed
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Teacher said not to.
Date: September 10th, 2003 - 08:25 am
Ooh, I've wanted to rant aout this kind of thing for ages. Over here we have an advert for constipation pills, and it has this woman complaining about being "regular" and feeling "refreshed". There's even a scene where she's dancing through a picturesque forest as a metaphor for being "regular" and "refreshed" again. I just wish these adverts would say: "Got a big turd that won't come out? Take these, they'll make you shit good!"

Of course, tampon adverts are the worst. They will NEVER say the word "period". They use blue water to show examples, and I always thought red water would be more accurate, but that'll never happen. It's quite a cliche in our tampon adverts to see women in white trousers running around playing sports because they feel so "refreshed".
Are you gonna eat that?
Date: September 10th, 2003 - 11:46 am
Ooh, they use the word "period" in ads here. They use the double-entendre meaning, and the catch phrase is "Tampax Fits. Period." and the period at the end of the last sentence is a red dot. It's kindof gross.

They use blue water in baby diaper ads, too.
Stop asking about milk already.
Date: September 10th, 2003 - 11:59 am
Ew!! I haven't seen this commercial yet. A toilet seat that squirts water? Weird.
But I can't stop laughing!
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