Think they have a different customer base, although some folks will shop at both, think IW have the thickest most gullible viewers a TV shopping channel could attract. Like robbing sweets from a kid.Does the antics really sell anything.
Watch IW for a hour and QVC for a hour, both are there to do the same thing. But QVC don’t do antics,
He's disgusting when doing his innuendo laden 'comedy' stuff. He's your typical 'I think I'm really funny' perv, trying to find any opportunity to pull those stupid gurning faces etc etc. We keep on saying it, if you assume Peter S, Mike M and Paul B get good sales numbers when they present, I'm not sure (actually I am ) what that says about the average IW viewer that buys stuff when they're presenting.When doing the menu, Peter said I got my toe stuck in the bathtub this morning, put on a pervy face, and went Vostok next.
Why would he come out with that, if it had cut his toe, and blood come pissing out then maybe
I want to see them clean stuff that has genuine baked on/ground in dirt, not selly telly dirt that's applied and taken off immediately. Same with the carpet cleaners. Don't show us the machine cleaning a bit of carpet that has tons of residual cleaner fluid still in it (lifting eggs etc straight away tells us know about its ability as a cleaner) show us it cleaning a piece of carpet that has genuine ground in dirt on it.Peter on the shadazzle - "there are no chemicals"
You need to go back to school mate, maybe learn about the properties of clay, or better still just learn that all matter is made up of chemicals, including us.
Simon Lies showing the cleaning sink demo, cleans sink first with 3 normal spray cleaners probably flash etc and and then with shadazzle, and showing how the microfibre cloth is dirty after cleaning the suppossedly clean sink with shedazzle.
Well Simon, the cloth will be dirty, especially when you clean a stainless steel sink with a mild abrasive, which shadazzle is, ie you're removing the chromium oxide layer that forms on stainless steel and adds protection, hope that explains why there is the grey dirty matter on the cloth after cleaning with shedazzle when there was none with the liquid cleaners.
I want to see them clean stuff that has genuine baked on/ground in dirt, not selly telly dirt that's applied and taken off immediately. Same with the carpet cleaners. Don't show us the machine cleaning a bit of carpet that has tons of residual cleaner fluid still in it (lifting eggs etc straight away tells us know about its ability as a cleaner) show us it cleaning a piece of carpet that has genuine ground in dirt on it.
Sally doing the Jane Plan earlier. It’s not a diet ok? It’s a plan. Right. Sally eats Jane Plan and she always gets the best deal by buying two.
Then we have the ‘situation’ again, where everyone has got bigger because of it. Sally says ‘I know I have, I’m fat!’
But she eats Jane Plan? How has she got fat? I’m confused
Well if there's any doubt about the "lad culture" behind the scenes at Ideal World, it's just been confirmed to me at least, in their latest email headed "Celebrate International Women's Day with Kitchen Aid".
You can hear it now, "Get back in there Goddess and make me a fackin' sandwich!"