If so, my favourite (in a loose sense of the word) has to be the Orange adverts where the exec's assistant translates the oriental 'Wise Man', claiming that Orange should look after their existing customers more...
A waste of money - I'd rather they had spent it on actually giving us contract folks just half the great deals that they offer to PAYG customers!
I know this is a bit off topic, but have you seen the xbox 360 ads? Their slogan is "Jump in". It seems as if they really couldn't think of a good slogan so just stuck a couple of short words together that don't relate to anything about the console but are vague enough that it doesn't matter.
Interests:Wife, kids, bike and phone. Sometimes even in that order!<br /><br />Seem to spend all my time at work rowing uphill and never getting there. Beyond that, haven't found time to get a life yet so can't think of anything interesting to say!
I love Tesco's slogan - Every Little Helps. Especially because some local kids have started painting over the initial "E" on the side of the lorries, so we've now got loads of Tesco lorries going round with "Very Little Helps" on the side!
Also, has anyone ever made an ad slogan as memorable as "I bet he drinks Carling Black Label"?
Not so sure this counts, but I miss the Ronko ads that would appear on the telly every Christmas when I was a kid. Me and my brother would howl with laughter at the uselessness of the plasticy products
And where can we buy such things as a handheld button stitcher or an iron for your curtains (while they're still hanging up) ?
Wilko's, Woolies and of course that magazine that comes tucked inside the Sunday papers!! Plus we've got QVC and a hundred other TV Shopping channels that just don't have the magical allure of Ronko products.
Galaxy Nexus, big shiny sword...
"What happens to a politician if you give him Viagra?
He gets taller" - Jesse Duke, Hazzard County
"The Future's Bright" will probably go down in history as a classic, along with "Beanz Meanz Heinz" and "For mash get Smash" and I'd love to know who coined it. I can block out most advertising now but that one has stuck.
You know that thing where all vacuum cleaners get called Hoovers ? Vodafone had that with mobile phones for a short while but I reckon the Orange brand is stronger now; in the UK at least.