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I want to kick a dog...

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bupcakesandcunting Mon 06-Jun-11 19:36:38

It's not a real one. It's that one in that fucking creepy Walls sausage advert where the husband gets a French bulldog in a ring box to say nice things to his wife.

It gives me the heebie-jeebies. I want to punt that CGI dog to the moon.

PersonalClown Mon 06-Jun-11 19:38:36

Can I add the new CGI Andrex puppies to that?
Oh and the bear from the Bird's Eye ads too?
The bear scares me.

pinguwings Mon 06-Jun-11 19:40:12

You are not alone. That thing and the fucking terrifying jammy dodger monkeys.

mrsdonkeybucket Mon 06-Jun-11 19:40:40

That's just mean.

He's only saying thank you.

Poor doggy.

Used to love the ad where the dog 'spoke' "Walls". grin

bupcakesandcunting Mon 06-Jun-11 19:40:58

If I opened my freezer and that bear was on it purring "heyyyyy, Bupcakes" I would FLARE UP. Not stand ther dopily
nodding at it whilst it advised me on how to cook prawns in a bag.

mrsdonkeybucket Mon 06-Jun-11 19:41:22

The new is a fucker, though. Stupid stick lady with wiggly hair. angry

AmazingBouncingFerret Mon 06-Jun-11 19:41:45

I actually really like that dog. blush

DooinMeCleanin Mon 06-Jun-11 19:41:50

No I like the monkeys, you can't kick them. You can kick the dogs though. And you can batter the eejit who thought up that P&G advert to death. Several times.

bupcakesandcunting Mon 06-Jun-11 19:41:52

Oh I liked the dog who used to growl "Walls" too grin

BluddyMoFo Mon 06-Jun-11 19:42:19

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

BluddyMoFo Mon 06-Jun-11 19:43:24

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mrsdonkeybucket Mon 06-Jun-11 19:43:32

I also like the Pedigree ad, the one where the dogs have teeth. grin

DooinMeCleanin Mon 06-Jun-11 19:44:02

Oh the cow is for Muller isn't it? I like that one.

mrsdonkeybucket Mon 06-Jun-11 19:44:44

Bluddy Anchor ?

"Mary is just a cow. Always wanted to be a horse. So we made her dream come true"......

But they didn't ! They could have AT LEAST painted her brown ! grin

katvond Mon 06-Jun-11 19:44:58

You evil so and so

bupcakesandcunting Mon 06-Jun-11 19:45:01

Do dogs usually not have teeth? confused grin

mrsdonkeybucket Mon 06-Jun-11 19:46:10

Depends how old they are, Bupcakes wink

I mean, the fake teeth, just to be clear.

posterofagirl Mon 06-Jun-11 19:46:32

I second the Old Spice advert, it's brill.

I would however have a restraining order out against that bear and his creepy seafood based lurking.

PersonalClown Mon 06-Jun-11 19:47:02

I don't like that they changed the Muller ad.
My favourite line was 'Go on girl. GALLOP!' They cut it out. sad

Can we please send the Evian dancing babies to Room 101 too?

DirtyMartini Mon 06-Jun-11 19:47:39

Those fucking meerkats <throttles>

And the horrible Lloyds TSB cartoon people make me borderline physically ill. I'd like them to do one with them all burning in a fiery pit of hell while that damn music trills along to the accompaniment of their screams.

mrsdonkeybucket Mon 06-Jun-11 19:49:05

Oh yes, Evian babies. Utter crap.

bupcakesandcunting Mon 06-Jun-11 19:52:25

The meerkat thing. Either I've had a sense of humour bypass or everyone around me is a dingbat. "it's so funny and clever what they've done!"

Is it? Is it, really?

DirtyMartini Mon 06-Jun-11 19:55:44


mrsdonkeybucket Mon 06-Jun-11 19:59:07


Says it all.

ComeAlongPond Mon 06-Jun-11 20:06:27

That polar bear! If a person was waiting for you in your freezer in that 'come-hither' pose and making comments on your seafood in the tone of voice universally recognised as "the voice of the friendly ice cream man WHO WILL THEN DISEMBOWEL YOU IN HIS VAN AND SERVE THE EVIDENCE TO LOCAL CHILDREN IN HIS 'SECRET RECIPE' ICE CREAM," you would call the police. The fact that Birdseye have not used a human but an animated polar bear only adds to the levels of Uncomfortable in that advert.

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