- 65% of 68 men agree that…
Why the **** do cosmetics adverts use these meaningless statistics?! Especially when the adverts then say something like 65% of 68 women agree that this shampoo is ace. Advert filmed with fake hair, not representative of actual results.
Whyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy? **** idiots.
Who exactly thinks "65% of 68, results nothing like they're suggesting on screen, that's gotta be worth buying"?
More **** idiots that's who.
(1st group clearly cockweasel marketing types not idiots afterall, ****)Posted 9 years agomrmichaelwrightMember
it all stems from people stupid enough to think that adverts state fact, marketing companies are probably paranoid that if they say 'gets rid of dandruff' they'll get done for false advertising by some fat greasy chav out for a fast buck.
nanny state blah blah blah compensation culture blah blah IT'S PC GONE MADPosted 9 years ago
I like the added ingredients they have 'hydro-activating gel crystals' and all that bollocks.
Do people actually think 'ohhhhhh – this face cream has hydro-activating gel crystals, it must be good'?????
Then the men's stuff has added caffeine (and endorsements from non-threatening blokes like that wet doctor chappie from Lost) because we would be gay if we liked hydro-activating gel crystals.
Mugs, the lots of them that spend money on this crap.Posted 9 years agoJunkyardMember
because 112% of people dont understand statsistics.
Personally I prefer it when they make a up a name for a scientific sounding thing they have found
that kind of thing
It is because people are dumb and more poeple believe in astrology that global warming.
Surely anti ageing creme is just a lie under the trade descriptions act unless you preven time from moving/kill me how can you stop me ageingPosted 9 years ago
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