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Nice try John Lewis, ASDA, Argos M&S etc, 

But Sky TV has smashed it by bringing back ET and a grown up Elliot now with kids,

Quality christmas advert.

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7 minutes ago, fatchap said:

Nice try John Lewis, ASDA, Argos M&S etc, 

But Sky TV has smashed it by bringing back ET and a grown up Elliot now with kids,

Quality christmas advert.

But they are all carp and are all without exception far too early!

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think all the xmas ads are utter carp this year...........with the exception of kevin the carrot

 

and im sick and tired of the bloody "begging adverts".......of dead elephants ....poorly dogs....kids in cardboard boxes....crying malnorioused children....deseased children...folk sleeping rough....kids carrying water for 10 miles..........dead lepourds....dead tigers........

the bloody list goes on......

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My mind just blanks them all out, its strange but they don't even register with me. Most of the time now I don't watch live TV, I record everything and FFWD through all the ads and the trailers.

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1 hour ago, ditchman said:

 

 

and im sick and tired of the bloody "begging adverts".......of dead elephants ....poorly dogs....kids in cardboard boxes....crying malnorioused children....deseased children...folk sleeping rough....kids carrying water for 10 miles..........dead lepourds....dead tigers........

the bloody list goes on......

Absobloodylutley 🙉

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14 minutes ago, HAYBURN said:

They are saying the John lewis advert cost 8 MILLION TO MAKE :crazy:

Blimey, if that is the case how come it looks like it cost £7:50?

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4 hours ago, ditchman said:

think all the xmas ads are utter carp this year...........with the exception of kevin the carrot

 

and im sick and tired of the bloody "begging adverts".......of dead elephants ....poorly dogs....kids in cardboard boxes....crying malnorioused children....deseased children...folk sleeping rough....kids carrying water for 10 miles..........dead lepourds....dead tigers........

the bloody list goes on......

That's just in Norfok!  😁

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4 hours ago, ditchman said:

think all the xmas ads are utter carp this year...........with the exception of kevin the carrot

 

and im sick and tired of the bloody "begging adverts".......of dead elephants ....poorly dogs....kids in cardboard boxes....crying malnorioused children....deseased children...folk sleeping rough....kids carrying water for 10 miles..........dead lepourds....dead tigers........

the bloody list goes on......

Totally agree. In fact one of them is begging for, not 2 or 3 quid but..............bl@@dt £19.

A friend of mine donated to one of them a few years ago and a week later he was inundated with emails, texts and phone-calls......begging for even more. Never again.

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Who remembers the advert , I think for ladbrokes , shows a group of blind lads playing football, with a ball that had a bell in it , as the advert goes on this lad give th3 ball an almighty hoof and sends it up in the air but turns out it was tiddles the cat with a collar bell flying through the air ! It got banned , think you can see it on YouTube 

       That and the old carling adverts ! 

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