One of my all-time favorites has a bunch of oriental babies and/or toddlers in a tub or pool of water (memory is shady these days). I distinctly remember one of them "tooting" in the water creating bubbles. For the life of me I don't remember who or what the commercial was for but remember rolling on the floor because of it - each and every time. Perhaps Calgon or something...
That reminds me of a sketch (or fake commercial) on Saturday Night LIve (circa late 70's) where Jane Curtin is extolling the virutes of her latest hair styling 'gel', which was called 'Martin Sheen'. The sketch of course featured the real Martin Sheen periodically gobbing into her hair, as she combed it through. It was hilarious. Try and find it, if you can.
(I don't know where it came from) contains almost every great commercial catch phrase during a thirty-year span, including: "I can't believe I ate the whole thing", "Where's the beef?", "My wife, I think I'll keep her", "I've Fallen and I can't Get up!", "Are those Bugle Boy Jeans that you're wearing?", "Look Ma, no cavities!" and lots more.
Do you have a favorite tip that you'd like to share, or maybe something that has always stood out for you from journalism or writing classes?After 25 years, I still remember my journalism professor telling us to write to the 8th grade level. I don't think that applies any longer, with...
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