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In no particular order:

- The ever present Chevy commercials

- Burger King with the actual BK King costume (the look on the King's face is weird) 

- All Dunkin Donuts commercials (America gets the runs on Dunkin')

- Taco Bell; Pizza Hut; Dominos, KFC.  (Taco Bell should just advertise it's products as the cheapest high colonics on the market)

Except for sports,  and PBS (no elitism jokes, please) these commercials are why I own a TIVO and skip every commercial on network TV.

 

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4 minutes ago, Plutarch said:

In no particular order:

- The ever present Chevy commercials

- Burger King with the actual BK King costume (the look on the King's face is weird) 

- All Dunkin Donuts commercials (America gets the runs on Dunkin')

- Taco Bell; Pizza Hut; Dominos, KFC.  (Taco Bell should just advertise it's products as the cheapest high colonics on the market)

Except for sports,  and PBS (no elitism jokes, please) these commercials are why I own a TIVO and skip every commercial on network TV.

 

"Why even have insurance if they are just going to raise your rates when you have an accident?"

 

So I can register my car, get tags and legally drive.  That is why I have insurance lady.

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10 hours ago, Can_of_corn said:

"Why even have insurance if they are just going to raise your rates when you have an accident?"

 

So I can register my car, get tags and legally drive.  That is why I have insurance lady.

My insurance company is actually cheap. But a commercial I hate are cruise commercials. Let's go on a cruise, then look at how expensive they are and balk at the price. I'd rather go to a baseball game than ride on a massive boat. 

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My current most annoying commercial is a radio ad for "Kars for Kids," featuring an obnoxious jingle sung way off-key by some kid, presumably because the creators of the ad thought that would be cute.    It isn't, it just sounds awful.    Like chalk on a blackboard every time it comes on the air.    

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54 minutes ago, Frobby said:

My current most annoying commercial is a radio ad for "Kars for Kids," featuring an obnoxious jingle sung way off-key by some kid, presumably because the creators of the ad thought that would be cute.    It isn't, it just sounds awful.    Like chalk on a blackboard every time it comes on the air.    

"1-877-KARS-4-KIDS.........donate your car today!"

You're welcome.  ;)

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Almost any car commercial.  I hate how they take a classic song from 30-40 years ago and use that in their ads.  It totally ruins whatever the song is for me.

My currently most hated commercial is the one for Verizon touting their relationship with Google phone.  The young people in that ad just seem so phony. 

For some reason I find I usually like the Target jingle commercials.   Some of them are quite catchy and I like the flashy/artsy colors and designs.  

 

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12 hours ago, MDtransplant757 said:

 

Bud Light commercials. Your beer is trash, and your ads are about as original as sandpaper. 

 

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How would you know ??? You're a 19 year-old college Sophomore. ) ;)

 

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