Topics: English-language films, Television, American films Pages: 1 (304 words) Published: October 20, 2014
Have you had enough of injury lawyersâ telling you help is on the way? Are you tired of cheesy adverts that make you cringe ? Do you think itâs time to put an end to those irritating slogans and songs that are constantly getting stuck in your head? If so, we can all agree that adverts should be put into room 101.

Like me, Iâm sure that most of you all watch quite a lot of TV. But does it not anger you that, just because we decide to watch a variety of entertaining programmes on ITV and Channel 4, we are unfortunate victims of ridiculous advertisements and catchphrases every ten minutes when itâs time for the so called break?!

I find it particularly frustrating when watching a high action film. Imagine: youâre sitting at home watching Die Hard on ITV, when the main character is on the verge of death and fighting his enemy in a high action scene. Your on the edge of your seat wondering whats going to happen next , when suddenly a big bloated man with a fake, cheesy moustache starts jumping around repeatedly singing âgo compareâ in an extremely annoying voice which completely destroys the tense atmosphere, following the trend of stupid adverts would be the highly annoying song we buy any car. This song not only sticks in your head, but makes you twitch for how bad it is. The thrill you once had quickly turns to anger, as you feel ready to throw your television screen out the window. However its not just these 2 adverts. There are hundreds and hundreds of other irritating commercials. It has also been statistically been proven that 94% do not pay any attention to T.V adverts. This more evidence to why adverts should be banished to the darkest corner of room 101.
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