Kaye Adams: I've ad it up to here with silly adverts especially that one for moist toilet tissue - pass the sickbag.Byline: Kaye Adams
Kaye Adams (born April 9, 1941) is an American country singer.
She was born Princetta Kay Adams
SO Domestos' talking germ is too scary to be played near children's TV. Has anyone from the Advertising Standards Agency ever watched some of the cartoons the ads are wrapped around? They make the talking germ look like Andy Pandy Andy Pandy is a British children's television series, the original incarnation of which premiered on BBC TV on 11 July 1950, as part of the For the Children strand (later Watch with Mother). . I've never quite understood people who get too upset about adverts, especially the ones who get so irate they put pen to paper.
I hated the Sophie Dahl Sophie Dahl (born September 15, 1977 in London) is an English fashion model and author. Her mother is writer Tessa Dahl (daughter of the children's author Roald Dahl and the actress Patricia Neal) and her father is actor Julian Holloway (son of actor Stanley Holloway). ad where she was splayed out like a sacrificial offering to flog some perfume, I'd even go so far as to say I found it offensive. And, like most other people, I'd like to have seen the crazy frog, right, boiled alive then dismembered - but they were never going to turn me into 'Angry of Glasgow'.
Everyone has a tipping point though and a big blue knicker-clad bum is mine. I don't know about pen and paper but ads for a 'moist toilet tissue' which all but say 'check this for skid-marks' make me reach for the sick-bag