Mac and cheese commercial lies
Mods reserve the right to remove content or restrict users' posting privileges as necessary if it is deemed detrimental to the subreddit or to the experience of others. Comment replies consisting solely of images will be removed. Mod posts Serious posts Megathread Breaking news Unfilter. What's the most blatant lie you've seen in a commercial? Those Banzai Pools for kids where they Photoshop tiny children into the pool to make it seem like it's four times the size it really is. It's blatant false advertising, and I don't know how they get away with it. Someone compiled a bunch of these in an album: I think one of those companies actually did get sued for false advertising on one of these things.
IIRC, it was the company in those photos. Their solution: Nothing in that first picture looks even remotely real.
More Kraft Macaroni & Cheese Commercials
Look, just because your daughter doesn't phase through matter like the girl in the advertisement doesn't mean all children don't pass through physical objects. The third one down isn't bad, but Holy Whale! I'd be disappointed if I bought some kids that for their birthday: What annoys me the most about mascara ads is that it really wouldn't be that hard for them to just find someone with longish blonde eyelashes and show a real before and after. My eyelashes look so different when I have mascara on, they don't need to lie to show the real effect.
Does the model have long lashes anyway? Ugh, mascara is my most beloved and hated product! Also, anti aging skin creams.
Those models do not look like that naturally - makeup, fillers, Botox, surgery, Photoshop. This twenty year old actress doesn't look a day over 25! Well, because she isn't. I mean, they aren't lying I guess.
Star Wars Kraft Macaroni & Cheese TV Commercial, 'Can't Play' - evnabovenfi.cf
Of course that beautiful lady will have baby smooth skin when using their products, cause she probably had it before even using the product! The parodies with "Mahk" are amazing though: I fucking hate those Chevy commercials with a fiery passion!!! What the fuck even is that song.
The girl counterpart is equally as annoying. The "What's a computer? I think they stopped airing it though. Your phone is a computer you stuck up little brat! It gives Zebra Corner more content though. Seriously though, it's fucking hilarious that a selling point of the shitty Chevy is that it totally doesn't look anything like what you'd expect a Chevy to look like. The newer Chevy models even look like real cars now! Speeds up to 30 mbps! Was told up to means I pay for 30 but can be stuck with 10 and have to deal with it.
Then collections will tell you you're about to take up to 10 inches in the ass. You'll get 12 though, they won't skimp out on you.
KFC had one showing how their meal was cheaper than cooking yourself. Two kids gathered the ingredients from a grocery store and calculated the total. Except they weren't adjusting for the fact that they were buying enough stuff to make the meal several times over. King Arthur does make some nice flour. KFC ran some commercials in the UK that were banned, actually the most reported commercials ever at the time.
Because it featured people talking with their mouth full, what a British thing to complain about. Panera Bread with their overly submissive female voice who tells you that Panera is where you deserve to eat because you're such a good person. I find myself deliberately telling people I'm going to have "a sandwich or something" just to spite those ad writers. I remember a big stink being made because sodium bicarbonate was in cereals like Lucky Charms, for the marshmallows.
This is one of my greatest pet peeves. Pseudo science, especially in the realm of diet and health, sets a raging fire inside me.
Nothin' to see here, just checking for your "personal information" on the dark web. I bet all they do is a search on https: Theres a pretty popular commercial for a rehab. Some random guy comes up and says "Trust me. I was an addict, now I'm not. Kind of like the other commercial where the "doctor" screams at you: Get help, NOW.
There was this one sugar wax kit infomercial that showed numerous shots of people getting their legs waxed with it. And at one point the lady selling it says "and it doesn't hurt! Everyone knows waxing hurts.
I use a wax that doesn't involve putting strips over to pull off. You let the wax dry a bit and pull. If you respond within 5 minutes I'll throw in a wholesome upvote! Don't wait, this deal won't last!
Kraft Macaroni & Cheese TV Commercial, 'Bad Cop'
I wake up early for work, and every morning just before the news starts, there's always an infomercial playing. I watch them so I can study subversive advertising techniques. That way I can identify them better in regular commercials where theyr'e not so overt. In razor commercials women always have clean, silk smooth legs and just gently caress the blade over their flesh to I guess show how you're supposed to use it?
This has always driven me crazy. Like, seriously, impress me: Or my dad. Same thing. This drives me crazy. If it isn't affecting the hair follicle, it's just masking a bunch of dead cells will oil or protein goop. More like rubbing moisturiser into leather. It does actually take it up and imbue some properties. Just not very much. According the Ionic Breeze commercials from the early s, you don't have to move the air to clean it, and they did a pretty neat demonstration with a smoke-filled Plexiglas box. According to the Oreck commercials, you do.
One of those fuckers is a lying liar. You need to move the air to clean it. Otherwise it can't move the crap in the air through said filters.