Lazy T-Mobile phone in their Royal Wedding advert

15 April 2011

Christ almighty. Is this what we've got to put up with for the next fortnight? Not only are the shops full of half-arsed merchandise, but advertising agencies are going to ram this sort of cock-ended nonsense in our eyes?

The point of the original T-Mobile ads wasn't simply a lot of people singing and dancing; it was that they were spontaneous events that took the public by surprise. If this lot had gatecrashed a church of real-life wedding guests, it would have been brilliant. They didn't, and it isn't. Get out.

13 comments

  • Dick
    No corgis. No nazi uniforms. On the plus side, it is too long for TV.
  • Alexis
    Refuse to watch. Their adverts are cheesy shite.
  • royal f.
    LOVE HOW THE "PHILIP" POINTS TO THE AFRICAN GUY
  • The W.
    wow - this is the shittest bunch of royal look-a-likes I have ever seen...
  • Luke
    Anyone else think "prince william" looked and moved like a retard?
  • Robert
    Great stuff - very realistic! It's a harmless bit of fun - why the grumpiness, guys?
  • Ian
    I quite like it. The Zara Philips looks nicer than the real one. Yes Richard, I would smash it.
  • callum
    I actually think it's pretty good... Now I've watched it once I have no interest in seeing it again, but it's better than most adverts out there.
  • Ben
    So the other adverts were "spontaneous events" then, you think? :D
  • james D.
    That was still quite fun to watch regardless
  • Felacio N.
    Yeah. Cheer the fuck up Bitter Wallet you miserable bunch of grumpy bar stewards.
  • Joff
    I liked that, seriously.
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