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Write a Newspaper article about a TV advert you love or loathe.

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´╗┐Bryony Upson 9J ? Mrs Gosselke CA: Write a Newspaper article about a TV advert you love or Loathe COMMECIAL CRINGES In this week?s column the Sun talks about adverts we loathe. Don?t you just love it when you?re snuggled up on the sofa watching your favourite movie on the TV? Yeah me to? Except from it gets to the most breath-taking moment and BOOM. Adverts. You can?t escape them now; you watch them on the television, Read them in books and Listen to them on the radio. It?s really irritating isn?t it? Especially when it?s the Go Compare commercial. I mean it seems to go on forever; it?s not just a twenty second burst of annoying, foolish, operatic rubbish, it?s a 2 minute long, repetitive cat screeching noise that makes your blood boil! ...read more.

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Gocompare.com's advertising focuses on educating consumers about the benefits of using a comparison site. Since 2009 Gocompare.com have used a television advert featuring a fictional Italian tenor called Gio Compario, and has been voted as the most irritating advertisement of both 2009 and 2010. The advertisements feature Gio Compario singing the 'Go Compare' tune in many Stupid places and situations. Gio appears in everyday settings, such as a coffee shop and in a restaurant, during a business lunch. He also appears in a finishing school and a beach where a man is researching various car insurance deals. Gio is found in near impossible scenarios such as the Georgian times, in the Stone Age and in a cartoon featuring the Big Bad Wolf, rescuing the Three Little Pigs. ...read more.

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When he enters he begins to strut down the café floor like a prized idiot, explaining why you should visit their website to compare quotes and prices. Not only performing the moon walk and a pathetic leap across the floor in front of the whole restaurant but also pulling up his dreadful trousers to reveal his retched knee high socks, decorated with green and white spots also sharing his hairy legs. After this traumatic experience, the whole café begins to sing and dance along with Gio Compario to the ‘go compare.com’ song , creating such a cringe worthy, ear-piercing noise you just want to scream at them to shut up! I mean seriously who in their right minds would prance around a restaurant singing to the most annoying song on earth? 521 WORDS IN TOTAL ...read more.

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