We’ve done this once before but as Chuckles points out, “Ah, but these are in a single convenient pack,” and that is so:
Suppose it’s just the old snake oil again. It’s not the lack of realism – this one is lightyears from reality:
… but most owned at the time it was good. So what makes a good ad? For me, 1. the product is good and sells itself and 2. the company is known for clever and/or humorous ads. Sure I’d buy.
… but I’d make sure below that I caught the name and then avoid whatever it was like the plague – there’s something coercive in it which has me going the other way:
There’s a difference between truly clever and “clever clogs”. We’re probably also speaking of reasonable places to advertise, for example not on the white lines of a zebra crossing but yes, on a bench or bus.…