So, what is it that those TV ads are trying to tell us?…

But first…
Dulltown, UK: Today’s heraldic term is ‘harness’ – the heraldic name for a suit of armour. Gosh, don’t those heralds have funny names for things?

50 free plays! – spread your wings and fly! – you could win big! – it’s a kind of magic! – book a free evaluation today – addictively good! – with raw coconut oil! – contains nicotine – no mess, no fuss! – pick up your mobile now! – a living breathing wonder of nature – uniquely formulated! – four Scotch beef steaks! – you are going to be fine! – prices you can’t miss! – a flower diffuser – it gives you strength – a delicious combination! – with natural almond oil – quite fantastic! – no deposit required – simply spray, wipe and vacuum! – deliciously healthy! – I saved 30% – one touch, battery operated! – symptoms get worse over time – five times faster! – 100% flake free! – not coming out clean? – better than the leading tablets – thick-cut bacon! – shove everything together – happiness in every pot! – specially selected! – one of those random moments – blissful nothing – half a world apart – forming a protective barrier – the bacteria under your arms – loads of exclusive slots! – to do the best for my family – in a fun pack! – luxurious memory foam! – that soft skin feel!

About Dave Whatt

Grumpy old surrealist artist, musician, postcard maker, bluesman, theatre set designer, and debonair man-about-town. My favourite tools are the plectrum and the pencil...
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