Posted by sean on July 5, 2010 at 9:57 pm in TBA, Television with No Comments

Has anyone seen that advert for a new gadget designed for those who can’t wash themselves properly? The TV ad asks the question “You wouldn’t brush your teeth without a brush, why treat your skin differently?”

What a load of crap. There are so many reasons why this is total bollocks. For starters, your skin is made of skin and not teeth. You don’t eat with your skin. Best of all, face cloths have already been invented!

Brushing your teeth and washing your face are two totally different things! Whatever next…

You wouldn’t walk down the street without shoes on your feet. Why let your ears go uncovered?

You wouldn’t eat a bowl of Corn Flakes without milk. Why eat a packet of crisps dry?

You wouldn’t drive a car without wheels. Why not chop off your cats feet and attach it to a skateboard?

It’s enough to make the ‘More Ties’ advert win an Oscar.

The Acme Face Brush – for those too stupid to use soap and water

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