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Steen
Member # 170
 - posted November 15, 2005 21:28
Am I the only person snickering rudely every time Intel's latest ads promise "an incredible entertainment experience in your lap"?

And if this guy's facial expression doesn't scream "I've got an incredible entertainment experience going on in my lap", I don't know what does. I'm going to have erotic Monty Python nightmares now.

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(yes, I know the image says movie experience, but the television ads have a voice over that says entertainment experience)
 
supaboy
Member # 183
 - posted November 16, 2005 07:56
Oh, yes! If I'd had been drinking the first time I saw one of the new Intel commercials, there would have been some serious beverage aerosolization going on.

They can't not know how that ad sounds. There must be someone in the advertising department with a sense of humor, like at Microsoft, when they used to offer a free Critical Update Notification Tool (since renamed a "Utility").
 




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