Go Compare Ad - Have We Lost Our Sense Of Humour?

There has been a bone of contention in this country over the last few weeks. On the one side we have the politically correct numb heads and on the other, the English sense of humour. The challenge has been put to the test through comments in the newspapers, online and on TV. It really is an us or them situation.

The game is on. Our sense of humour is being taken from us and we as English who stand tall and proud, are not going to go down without a fight. What's it to do with? A TV advert concerning Insurance called Go Compare! So why am I getting annoyed about an advert for insurance? Well let me explain.

The one thing about the Brits is the fact that, I believe, we have the best sense of humour in the world. Okay the rest of the world may not agree, but then they probably do not understand a word we are talking about when we joke! We have a dry, wicked sense of humour that seems to be disappearing at a fine rate purely because we have two things to contend with. The political correct people who wrap everyone up as cotton wool bunnies, and various people from around the world who live here but just don't get it!

On the other side is the born and bred Englishman who will find humour in the most dire of situations. Which is me of course.

For a start, adverts on TV are usually boring, especially car insurance, health insurance and pet insurance. So what can they do to get us to notice them?

The game is on. Bring it on you miserable nanny state cotton buds. You are not going to win this argument. If you do then I am emigrating to the States as they know how to laugh. So yeah go on, go away and rock your nanny state, cos your not going to get me! I am British, and my sense of humour is one of the most important things about, well, being a Brit.

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Go Compare Insurance Ad content.adjustyourset.tv

So, what started this battle of in the first place? Adverts! There is one particular Ad that drives everybody in Britain totally insane! Every time it comes on TV, the majority of us from the far reaches of Scotland, down to little old Cornwall, pick up something, usually a cup, and throw it at said TV. That's how annoying it is.

In a nutshell, it's a car insurance advert. Nothing wrong with that you may add. Oh yes. When I explain the fact that there is a very robust guy, with a huge mustache singing in everyone's face, GO COMPARE for car insurance, the name of the Advert, then you will see what I mean.

So the clever Ad people decided to blow him up! Yep, you got it. They got one of our own tennis Players, Sue Barker, who is famous for her sport tv programme, and placed her in the upstairs window of a house.

As the large guy comes to the door to sing right in someones ear, she fires this great big yellow blunderbuss type rocket missile thing at him. Just like slapstick comedy all you see is a great big hole, with smoke coming out of it, and the guy crawling out with dirt on his face. At the end, Sue Barker is seen pulling off her balaclava and grinning at the camera as if to say, Yeah now that shut him up! Slapstick, pure Slapstick. Just like Tom and Jerry, Laurel and Hardy, and of course Charlie Chaplin.

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Charlie Chaplin octormacro.com

Charlie Chaplin

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Sue Barker laughing content.adjustyourset.tv

Me being me, I had to get involved. And of course its driven me mad, and yes I have sworn until the air is blue, and my temper is about to explode. On one particular site I am ranting like a maniac. Do not take my sense of humour. Don't talk rubbish! So, instead of telling you, I will show you the letter comments from the page.


All Names Changed For Privacy.

Tom (part of a very long comment)

Does the ASA only come into play once an ad is broadcast? Isn't there some process of screening and approval before it gets aired?

Where else would young children be allowed to watch an innocent man (a philanthropist you might say) being blasted into the ground by a missile-toting woman? (It’s not just a gun is it?) Is this the result of too many media graduates inpower getting their own way?


Sara


The star of the ad! Mr. GoCompare himself.
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What next?
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Beat the Andrex puppy? Knife the Churchill dog? Microwave the Felix cat?
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Ah no. We wouldn't dream of hurting animals in ads..!

I'm a foreigner too. Where do you come from? Chances are you're a foreigner too.
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On my way back through Chesham today I noticed a poster version. 'Go compare' had been crossed through and replaced with 'Go jump off a cliff'. With an image of him actually doing so (or being pushed).
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It's appalling and embarrassing. A cheap marketing ploy. (Oh dear lord!)


sara In reply to my, 'What The Hell'?

Ah, humour! That's what it was. It's just I didn't recognise it as I wasn't laughing. Or even chuckling.
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Were you? And did you/would you laugh at the Ford Ka evil twin ad? (Haven't seen it myself just referencing localjoker).
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I thought we had done away ('scuse that) with Tom & Jerry.
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And frankly if we get rid of all the other ones you name... good!
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I stand my ground and say that it's the dual messages (i.e. hypocrisy) in the media that really irks me.
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Shock tactics...


My Reply So Far. Well, not entirely true, but I am leaving out the insulting ones!

I don't believe that English people should have to give up their humour just because people don't like it. It was a joke. Done away with Tom and Jerry? haha! Oh you poor little delicate thing! grown up in the nanny state, make sure you only watch cartoons where everything is cotton wool and bunny wunnies!

Oh god help us, what is this country coming too? On a serious note, why the hell should the brits get rid of our sense of humour just because some of the world is evil? we have always laughed at things in adversity, that's what gets our great nation and armed forces through the worse of it. Hiding behind political correct poop doesn't help anybody. Watch the advert, it is FUNNY!

And.....


I also forgot to add Slapstick Humour! What about those old Charlie Chaplin films? Abbot and Costello? Laurel and Hardy? They are classics and taught at many colleges for Media Studies. So you want them taken off too? This is what that advert is, purely innocent Slapstick Comedy. Maybe you should write to the colleges and tell them to take all the above down as they are too violent!!



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The wonderful Laurel and Hardy nthebalcony.com

The Annoying Ad!

So Funny! But What Do You Think? Just Remember We Have Had To Put Up With Him Driving Us Mad For Years!

So, after watching the Adverts, what do you think? Make sure you watch to the end of the second one, to prove that the guy, Mr. Go Compare, with the mustache was okay! Are we Brits still allowed our sense of humour that has got us through may bad adversities like war? Or are we going too far? Do you think we should pander to the terrorists in the sense that we cannot even make a joke about a rocket launcher? Or am I completely in the wrong?

So, do you think its okay to use slapstick humour in an Insurance firm advert? Or do you think Insurance should be shown as a serious Ad and more to the point, not allow any form of violence however funny?


You Decide! But go easy on me, my English sense of Humour can only take so much! Joking!

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IzzyM 4 years ago from UK

As you know, I'm not long back in the UK, but I got the joke! lol I've heard the annoying jingle for Go-Compare since I came home, and even that got on my nerves without actually watching the ad, but the Sue Barker version is brilliant! Although I have the TV on usually while I am working online, it's a background noise for the most part, and I haven't yet found the time to buy and read a newspaper (now that I'm out of the habit) so had no idea there was a fuss about the ad. Not surprised really, the lunatics have taken over the asylum as far as Britain is concerned.

Great hub, by the way, I can identify with it, and you certainly share my sense of humour too! Well done the ad makers for knowing people were pissed off with the Go-Compare guy, and using that knowledge to their advantage! Now everyone is talking about it, and writing about it, and raising the company profile even higher, which is the whole point really!


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Alastar Packer 4 years ago from North Carolina

You tell it like it is Nell. Deprive the English people of their dry wicked sense of humor will they-- Not! Righteous rebuttal to the naysayers of slapstick which ought to go viral. Some of us over here in America are probably happy envious of you as we've been tortured for years by a car insurance shilling green lizard that speaks with an Aussie accent and needs to be stepped on. ( Joke aside- Aussies are great and real lizards rock!)


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Larry Fields 4 years ago from Northern California

My all-time favorite TV advert was for Volkswagen, from the Neolithic Age, when people used VHS, rather than DVD. A young couple were driving along.

Bloke: "Do you remember that little video we made?

Sheila: "Ye-e-es."

Bloke: "I think that we just returned it."

I'm still not sure why that advert was supposed to sell cars.

Anyway, voted up and funny.


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Nell Rose 4 years ago from England Author

Hi IzzyM, yes that's so right, the lunatics have definitely taken over the asylum! lol! but as you said the ad people are really clever to jump on this, they must realise just how annoying he was, but this was really funny, I laughed so much when the new ad was on, thanks so much, and welcome back to the UK! lol!


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Nell Rose 4 years ago from England Author

Hi Alastar, a green lizard? haha! that definitely sounds worse! I wonder where they get the idea? thanks as always, nell


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Nell Rose 4 years ago from England Author

Hi Larry, I worked for Volkswagen too! lol! as well as ford. yes that is confusing! I think they do it deliberately just to drive us mad! haha! thanks!


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Docmo 4 years ago from UK

Great hub, Nell. You're so right about defending the sense of humour. Either way I think the ad agency is laughing all the way to the bank as will the Go Compare people. Mission accomplished! voted up, me dear.


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junkseller 4 years ago from Michigan

I had no idea coming in what the controversy was, but upon seeing the commercial just once, was thinking in my head that I hoped someone would rocket launch that guy, so I am fully on your side, though I must admit I often really don't get your humour (see I even spelled it right so you would understand - Ha).

More seriously, I think a lady dressed like a ninja with a giant yellow rocket launcher is more than sufficiently ridiculous to be clearly construed as humour.


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QudsiaP1 4 years ago

Honestly Nell, I think it is a real shame when they need to make something absolutely ridiculous to come across as comedy.


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christopheranton 4 years ago from Gillingham Kent. United Kingdom

The first ad was very entertaining, with the guys in the coffee shop. After that he did become a bit irritating. I loved it when he got his comeuppance. There are a few more advertising characters that need blowing up now. The Churchill dog would be top of my list, followed by “one sheet does plenty pretty lady”. I'm sure you know who I mean Nell.


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Nell Rose 4 years ago from England Author

Thanks Doc, I am now no longer arguing with the comments on that site, fed up with them now! lol!


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Nell Rose 4 years ago from England Author

Hi junkseller, lol! yes you are so right, and thanks for the spelling too! lol!


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Nell Rose 4 years ago from England Author

Hi Qudsia, thanks for your comment, and opinion, nice to see you, cheers nell


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Nell Rose 4 years ago from England Author

Hi christopher, yes I totally agree, If I hear that oh yes one more time from that churchill dog I will scream! haha! thanks as always, nell


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Angela Blair 4 years ago from Central Texas

Nell -- I can definitely confirm the UK sense of humor -- worked with some of these wonderful folks in the trade show biz and when the situation got really hard I'd make it a point to hang out with them -- laughter is the best medicine! Great Hub -- and keep on laughing! Best/Sis


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alancaster149 4 years ago from Forest Gate, London E7, U K (ex-pat Yorkshire)

The best ads on the boks, sorry box, by a long chalk are the ones selling Compare the Meerkat - er, sorry again, Market.com. (insurance, in case anyone forgot). The tenor has had his day - be honest! - but Aleksandr, Pavel and their furry friends will go on... unlimited. They've got the 'added mileage factor', and the scriptwriter's got a wicked sense of humour! We've seen how Aleksandr's forefathers migrated by accident to Russia from SW Africa (the main character dressed up like Lawrence of Arabia), and how they fought off the Mongoose army. It'll make 'War and Peace' look like a short story from Reader's Digest.


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fpherj48 4 years ago from Beautiful Upstate New York

Nell.....YOU GO Girl! I am so with you 100%..... A good sense of humor.....is as important as air and water.

If not for humor and the ability to appreciate it and laugh......don't people understand there'd be an awful lot of depression, morbidity and suicides????? I love the English humor most of all!!! I think the politically correct all have psycho problems!! lol UP+++


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Nell Rose 4 years ago from England Author

Thanks Angela, I just find these sort of things funny, that's us funny folks the brits! lol! glad you liked it, cheers nell


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Nell Rose 4 years ago from England Author

Hi alan, Oh yes compare the meerkat! lol! love it! there little stories are great, so much better than this annoying man! haha! thanks again, nell


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Nell Rose 4 years ago from England Author

Hi effer, exactly! lol! yes the politically correct really need to get a life and a giggle! lol! thanks as always, nell


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ChristyWrites 4 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

I have to say I don't always even watch the commercials! Usually I spend the time doing dishes or something else -- we women can multi-task! I think the ad is funny but what I also think it funny is how our sense of humour can vary from country to country. My background is English, though I live in Canada, so yes I think English people have a great sense of humour!


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Nell Rose 4 years ago from England Author

Thanks Christy, I do usually turn off the Ads, but this one hits with a mega force voice! lol! it was just the hoo ha of all the negative comments about it, drove me mad! they said it was wrong and should be taken off, so I went mad and said leave our sense of humour alone! lol! she is still insulting me in our local paper comment box! haha!


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Glimmer Twin Fan 4 years ago

I hope that the Brits don't ever lose their sense of humor! But then I like a dry sense of humor. Great hub!


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Nell Rose 4 years ago from England Author

Thanks Glimmer, no we will never lose it! lol! thanks so much for reading, cheers nell


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aviannovice 4 years ago from Stillwater, OK

You know, if it wasn't for British comedy, where would we all be? Nowhere! I love Monty Python, Are You Being Served?, and the whole nine yards. Don't be taking that great comedy out of everything. I, therefore, have spoken...


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Nell Rose 4 years ago from England Author

Haha thanks avian! I love monty python too, and all the old comedys from over here. I also love American humor, as my favorite program is the big bang theory, can't get enough of it, thanks for reading, cheers nell


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Bee-Bee's World 4 years ago from NW Arkansas

You know Nell, I am not Britsih, but maybe I should be. Our sense of humor has always connected us and that rocket launcher was awesome. Haven't we all wished we had one of those while watching a horrible, irritating commercial. That was funny!


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barbergirl28 4 years ago from Hemet, Ca

I like a good funny ad just like anyone else, but the GoCompare guy... well he is just down right annoying. I think I would have shot him as well. But now here is the thing - I am not usually offended by others sense of humor whether I agree with it or not. Personally, I just think the guy is annoying. That wouldn't get me to go there, but if it gets the name of the company in your head than I guess it is working for them.


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Gordon Hamilton 4 years ago from Wishaw, Lanarkshire, United Kingdom

Hi, Nell

As always, you have your finger right on that pulse ;)

I continue to be a regular watcher of British TV, for both the Sky Sports News horse racing results and Sky Sports football coverage (rumour has it other broadcasts are occasionally available???) and am well familiar with that bloke and Sweet Sue.

I agree with you implicitly!

Gordon


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teaches12345 4 years ago

I thought the commercial humorous. In the states, insurance companies have humor to them as well. The Geigo and Progressive are a couple that really are tops in using humor to promote their service.


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AliciaC 4 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

Hi, Nell. I watched both the ads, and that insurance man is certainly annoying! I don’t know why people are upset about the second ad. After all, the insurance man survived unharmed, which showed that the whole ad was meant to be funny and ridiculous, since no one would actually be able to survive that attack!. The ad did remind me of the Monty Python humour. It would have been completely different if the man had died, but he didn’t, so I’m willing to accept the video as comedy, as it was intended to be.


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shara63 4 years ago from Delhi

Sense of humour is an essential part of the wholeness of man. It keeps us healthy, young, and fresh. Humour needs presence, utter presence. It is not a question of analysis; it is a question of insight.

According to " Osho", "Laughter is far more sacred than prayer, because prayer can be done by any person; it does not require much intelligence. Laughter requires intelligence, it requires presence of mind, a quickness of seeing into things."

be the ads annoying ..no offence, let them go their own way...but i can say, you as a real Brit proved the genuinness of humour with all spices and gravy /juices (no dryness at all) in it...thanks Nell!


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Pamela99 4 years ago from United States

Nell, I have always thought the English had a wonderful sense of humor and I can see why you are going crazy with that commercial. Annoying once, but over and over again would be enough to drive me nuts. England is such a wonderfully unique country, and I agree the sense of humor should not be lost just so money can be made. I tend to avoid buying products from companies if their commercials are too annoying. Regardless, great hub and I am with you all the way.


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Nell Rose 4 years ago from England Author

Hi Bee, lol! thanks so much, yes we do have the same sense of humor and its something that definitely connects us, I know how you feel about those ads too, we have so many annoying ones! thanks for reading, cheers nell


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Nell Rose 4 years ago from England Author

Hi barbergirl, yep me too! he really annoys me lol! yes they are definitely getting their publicity, thanks so much for reading, cheers nell


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Nell Rose 4 years ago from England Author

Hi Gordon, lol! you sports fan you! thanks so much for reading, cheers nell


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Nell Rose 4 years ago from England Author

Hi teaches, exactly that's why we need our humor, thanks so much as always, nell


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Nell Rose 4 years ago from England Author

Hi Alicia, thanks so much, yes some people like the lady in my personal comments on the newspaper just did not get it, oh well, thank goodness for humor, lol!


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Nell Rose 4 years ago from England Author

Hi shara, that is so right! what a lovely saying! haha! thanks for reading, cheers nell


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Nell Rose 4 years ago from England Author

Hi Pamela, yes I do agree with you, if an ad does annoy me I won't buy the product, thanks so much as always, nell


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denisemai 4 years ago from Idaho

Hey, Nell. Perhaps we could send off your overly politically correct Brits somewhere to live with the PC nimrods over here in the States to someplace--far away--where they can all live together in super boring, oh-so-serious-ville together while the rest of us yuck it up. Could be fun! ;-) Oh, dear. Was that rude? Shame on me.


iamaudraleigh 4 years ago

I love you brits, your sense of humor, and even you annoying ads! This is far from rubbish!


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Nell Rose 4 years ago from England Author

Hi denise, haha! brilliant! they would be so boring they wouldn't know that they had been banished! lol! thanks for the laugh! cheers nell

Hi audra, lol! thanks!


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rcrumple 4 years ago from Kentucky

Comedy is known for going to the extremes...and that's why it's funny! In the early 70's, I used to watch Monty Python go to extremes on a PBS channel because regular networks considered the group too far from the allowable norm. Benny Hill often crossed the line with his double meaning humor (not to mention the bikini beauties he provided. Finally, Saturday Night Live relished in the ratings when Dan Ackroyd first called Jane Curtain a B*tch, and proved America was ready to go beyond. Ironically, when I performed comedy, the Bible Belt would boo you off the stage unless you added profanity and sex jokes to your act (I used to say, "Holier than thou Monday - Thursday, but on Friday and Saturday give me the smut so I have something to repent for in church on Sunday!) I personally love the dry sense of humor the Brits supply, and make statement that "Politically Correct" is simply another way of saying "PRUDE!" Get over yourselves, relax, and enjoy the extremes of the world you take far too seriously. Great Hub! Voted Up!


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molometer 4 years ago

Now Nell,

You know we mustn't upset the poor wee sensitive politically correct creatures that seem to have taken over the country. We cannot even speak without some twit taking offence.

I say blow the go compare guy to kingdom come and while your at it can someone please take out the 118 guys.

They are the most annoying pair on TV. What moron thought that annoying the crap out of us was good for recruiting new customers.

Since coming back to the UK. I have noticed all sorts of weird nonsense. Luckily I don't read newspapers or watch much TV.

When I do I wonder what happened to the quality TV this country was renowned for. Even our beloved BBC is infected with this nonsense.

Great hub Nell. I will be with you in the trenches when the battle comes for our sense of humour. : )

All the votes and sharing

Michael.


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Nell Rose 4 years ago from England Author

Hi rcrumple, thanks for reading, yes you are so right, it is another way of saying prude! lol! I should imagine that monty python was a bit strange at first, and of course good old benny hill! lol! funny about the bible belt! lol! glad you liked it and thanks!


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Nell Rose 4 years ago from England Author

Hi Michael, lol! yes we seem to have lost the plot! and I totally agree with you about the 118 guys, they make me want to scream! I totally understand what you mean about the quality of our tv too, ever since they have given us all these stations we seem to have nothing but repeat after repeat, and what's with those awful roulette and quiz programmes? its just easy and cheap, I tend to stick to bbc 3 and 4 now as at least they have interesting stuff, thanks as always, nell


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Ruchira 4 years ago from United States

Hi Nell,

Honestly I enjoyed the ad. I feel that this kinda humor is to attract attention from the audience. Hating it also makes it noticeable and that's the new trend :)

voted up as interesting!


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tillsontitan 4 years ago from New York

Well Nell, you have to admit Go Compare has gotten itself into the news! You are so very right about a sense of humor...take it as funny not a terrorist act for Pete's sake! You point out, and rightly so, the bloke was crawling out of the hole so what's the to do about? She just did what every other Englishman probably wanted to do...shut him up! The first ad was kind of funny though a bit annoying. The second one is totally different and, pardon my American sense of humor...funny!

Voted up and interesting.


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Nell Rose 4 years ago from England Author

Hi Ruchira, yes that's so true, whether we like it or not its getting attention! lol! thanks as always, nell

Hi tills, lol! thanks so much, yes we retain our sense of humor and that's what counts, thanks!


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molometer 4 years ago

Hi Nell,

I totally agree. I tend to watch only the BBC channels. I am happy to pay the license fee for decent quality TV when I do watch.


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Trish_M 4 years ago from The English Midlands

Hi All :)

Well, I was quite surprised to see this hub; I didn't realise that this ad was causing such a stir.

My son had told me about it and I was really rather shocked. I thought that it was a dreadful idea. My son has a wicked sense of humour, but even he felt that there was something just not quite 'nice' about this.

I have now seen the advert and I find it rather silly, but, yes, I am sorry, English as I am, I do find it offensive as well.

I simply try to ignore it. I just don't find it at all funny.

Sorry :(

(And I wouldn't really call myself a fan of OTT political correctness.)


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Nell Rose 4 years ago from England Author

Hi Michael, I totally agree, the ads just drive me mad! lol! thanks again.

Hi Trish, that's totally fine, we are all entitled to our opinions, we would be so boring if we all agreed on everything! lol! thanks so much for reading, cheers nell


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tammyswallow 4 years ago from North Carolina

Wow.. and I thought we had controversial commericals here. I would say from all the buzz this is creating it is working. Very interesting look into English humor.


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Larry Fields 4 years ago from Northern California

I think that a worthy challenge for an enterprising writer would be to do a hub on German humor. But one would have find some first! :)


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Nell Rose 4 years ago from England Author

Thanks tammy, yes its caused a real hoo ha! haha! thanks for reading, cheers nell


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Nell Rose 4 years ago from England Author

Hi Larry, haha! ouch! thanks for the laugh, nell


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Trish_M 4 years ago from The English Midlands

Yes, there is a lot of competition in insurance advertising, and making the ads into short comedy sketches seems to be quite the thing, nowadays :) Many are quite entertaining.


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Nell Rose 4 years ago from England Author

Hi Trish, yes there are some really funny ones out there, but a lot that really annoy us too! lol! thanks for coming back, nell


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Jackie Lynnley 4 years ago from The Beautiful South

Oh that guy would drive me nuts for sure! I loved Stan and Oliver. Our green lizard is adorable, I can't wait to see what he will do next! Pushing your buttons hoping for the biggy!


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Nell Rose 4 years ago from England Author

Thanks Jackie! lol!


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up.

Hi Nell! I love this hub of yours :) enjoyed reading it.


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Nell Rose 4 years ago from England Author

Thanks unknown spy, glad you liked it, cheers nell


IntegrityYes 4 years ago

I voted up for sure. Rock on, Nell!


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Nell Rose 4 years ago from England Author

Thanks as always Integrity!


Terence 4 years ago

What a rubbish add we all have decided never to use the Go Compare

service ever again.


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Nell Rose 4 years ago from England Author

Thanks for commenting Terence, and yes I agree with you! lol!


IntegrityYes 4 years ago

You are very welcome, Nell.

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