I wanted to make jokes about ghost semen, but this is a serious consideration of the moral and legal issues around a medical practice that is becoming easier with technological advances.
Or, at least, they don’t last as long but have just as much story. And you don’t have to suffer the horrendous dialogue and there are still explosions.
And there are women in their underwear.
For balance, here’s a Dolce & Gabanna male underwear ad for the girls (and some of the guys, no doubt).
The atheist bus campaign now has ads on the sides of London buses. I’m going to keep an eye out and see when the manchester adverts start appearing.
Does anyone else find a certain DIY store’s adverts stupid? Why do all the people who feel at home in their show rooms have to be so damned miserable? Couldn’t there be just one where a couple are enjoying making a meal together at the end of a long day, or teasing each other to the point of getting jiggy? If I was in the market for fittings and fixtures I wouldn’t be buying any of their crap now that they’re telling me it’ll turn me into an angry person.
If they’d like a more positive version I’m available to direct it. I’m certain I could deliver something far better than what they’re using at the moment.