Most annoying adverts currently on TV

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pugwash
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Yes, I thought the "modern housewife" version was bad, but the biker version was just wrong!

 

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All of them!

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Trench football at Christmas discussed here, but that's not so much "annoying" as misguided.

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The television advertisement for the 208 GTi that suggests that it's a spiritual succesor to the 205 GTi might be a good advertisement if it weren't so badly filmed and the denouement had any charm or wit. 

Jonathan

PS: Does the car have any of the same qualities as the 205?

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To quote the Telegraph 

The Direct Line ad featuring Pulp Fiction's Winston Wolfe adds Harvey Keitel to a dubious club of actors who have desecrated beloved on-screen characters.

Without doubt, for me, the most specious and annoying advert currently on TV.  Hurl

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The bingo site advert where the lady claims she is 'mostly lucky'.

NO. Most people are mostly UNLUCKY.

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It's hard to find one that isn't.

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Tawdry Hepburn for Galaxy. 

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House of Fraser Christmas 2015: nearly quite good. Presumably they couldn't afford Paloma Faith.

"On the Docks" from Jean Paul Gaultier: well made but inevitably reminds me of "The Meaning of Life" and... was it "Not the Nine o'Clock News" who had the sequence with the factory chimney and the train entering the tunnel?

The recent Apple Watch advertisements seem to have lost something.

Ford keyless entry works well.

Jonathan

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Gala la la gala la la bloody bingo advert*mad* It must have took all off 30 seconds to come up with those lines.

That large antipodean tart on those carp BT adverts.