If those adverts are made by your clients can you tell them please that they (both the clients and their ads) are w@nk.I already had a brew. Everyone had been fed and I didn't need a poo.
The advert relates to my job, so does one mentioning toast, mcplops, and so on. Clients like it of I can reference their products and adverts in training
If those adverts are made by your clients can you tell them please that they (both the clients and their ads) are w@nk.
The best advert would be along the lines of an intentionally attractive young white woman standing in a workshop and saying something like “WD40 is very good for lubricating things. (Bit of tit) That’s all” (Bit more of tit).
That’s all that we, the public need. Information about the product and a bit of tit.
We really don’t need the ad to be 100% stuffed full of ethnics to tell us we should be guilty for a reason most under thirty’s won’t understand anyway. We don’t need it to have music that is over loud and just ^**%%%# irritating.
They need to stop doing what they consider is edgy and clever and just tell us the facts in voiceover and then a little bit of tit.
It's a way of life in Africa, the higher up the "food chain" the better the pickingsDavid Lammy will be along shortly to tell you that we should be reporting the positives.
This is the reality, though. It’s not all tribal music and courage in the face of
diversityadversity. It’s tribalism, ennui and theft too much of the time.
Peter McAleese wrote about his time training black soldiers in South Africa. Everything in their accommodation was bolted down. He noted that that might have seemed harsh but if it wasn’t someone would have had it away.
I’m reminded of the Nigerian Type 22 frigate that sank because someone had the bilge pumps away.
In both cases, you might consider that this was in supposedly disciplined military environments. God knows what the rest of the place is like.
A padlock on a well? I’m probably wacist for not being surprised.
You can’t help those who too often are only interested in personal advantage.