When I tried to watch the ad on the article page I had to watch another ad before I could see the ad I wanted to see.
Unless someone acts quickly this could rapidly spiral out of control.
GiffGaff has been admonished by the UK's advertising watchdog, after a publicity stunt backfired for being too fruity. The mobile network posted a video on Twitter that read: "The situations in our new videos are, well, awkward." The tweet also carried the NSFW (not safe for work) hashtag. The Advertising Standards Authority …
What's the problem? Parents have intimate relations. A grown man living with his parents might accidentally come across a situation where his parents behave as they do if he wasn't there. He doesn't look unemployed so I'm guessing he's either saving for a deposit or too cheap to pay rent to live somewhere else. Shit happens!
I thought it was quite funny. However, I haven't lived with my parents since I could first afford a mortgage many. many, moons ago.
BTW, What humping? Looked like a bit of shaving to me.
Yep. Little bastards should leave home at 16 and then mum and dad could really get on down and be funky.
When I used to tell my children that I started work at 14 (part time) they think it is tantamount to child abuse. I also have one whose university have told her she is not allowed to work and can get sent down if she does.
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