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Cadbury's kids.

Byline: Susan Lee

Some of the ads on telly these days are better than the programmes. The Cadbury's kids with their super-mobile dancing eyebrows makes me laugh every time I see it, while the T-Mobile dancers who body-pop in the middle of a train station are compulsive viewing.

My favourite, though, is the one marking 25 years of Virgin, set in the 1984, with super-sexy air stewardesses (they weren't cabin crew then) with big hair, big shoulder-pads and big-make-up. It might have been the era of mobiles the size of house bricks and men in mullets but no era said over-the-top glamour like the 1980s.
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Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Feb 6, 2009
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