Peter S the other night ...
I'm tellin ya, this is probably the best <insert product here> you'll ever own!
And you'll probably never see it at this price again!!
They love using words like could, might, probably, should.
It's almost as if they need to cover themselves cause they know they spout so much bull
When you stop to actually think about it, the whole concept of selly telly is a double standard when the public is living through such tough economic times. Ok yes, people still need to buy things and even IW still has the occasional good deal. However the 24/7 rammed down your throat selling is a bit rich, pardon the pun, when in reality many folk just shouldn't be buying anything at present bar the necessities.So the big selling point for the tupperware is saving waste and saving money.
Cause we're all feeling the pinch and watching our money or so says Becks and Shaun.
Really, IW presenters are feeling the pinch?
Is that the same IW presenters that are spending money like it's going out of fashion buying every single product that IW sells, not only for themselves but for family and friends as well.
Geesh wish i was feeling the pinch like IW presenters.
IW lecturer us on saving wasted food and money yet are creating waste food on many of their shows.
I don't mean to be funny Hammy, but I find that quite insulting.LMAO
Stuart (TV expert) is an expert in tech cause he used to deliver and install TVs with his father when he was younger and used to set up folks VHS recorders for them and set up video plus.
Just have a buy! Forget the cost of living crisis and think more about keeping the IW presenters living in the manner they are used to, Peter S will be telling us "get in the 6 person hot tub as it will PROBABLY sooooth away all the money worries that you may have! it worked for me and r'Bet"
Now we have Sally on selling TVs.......this could be a first as she hasnt said she is getting 6 yet.........theses TVs are in reality and not probably below her "standard's".
All the presenters are interested in is making as much ££££ for themselves and nothing else, and thats 100% fine but the utter bull stories they tell to sell any old item is sad, Example being Pete V talking about the 6 person hot tub at the weekend says "you could be like the footballers maybe you've always wanted a hot tub but couldnt afford one well now you can afford one".........I couldnt think of any worse than living and acting like a footballer Pete.
When you stop to actually think about it, the whole concept of selly telly is a double standard when the public is living through such tough economic times. Ok yes, people still need to buy things and even IW still has the occasional good deal. However the 24/7 rammed down your throat selling is a bit rich, pardon the pun, when in reality many folk just shouldn't be buying anything at present bar the necessities.
But still they bleat on, trying to encourage folk to multi-buy, pressuring them with countdown clocks and rhetoric that is often outright lies.
Marvellous demonstration by the Irish bloke with the billiard ball head and the pizza van, using some cheap cordless vacuum by a saucepan manufacturer on a completely dust and crumb free seats and dash area of a car. “I know it looks clean,” he says. “But it really is picking up things you cannot see,” he drones on in Emperor’s New Clothes style. Er..No..it really isn’t, mate. Finally…he moves to the driver’s mat that does actually have some bits on it. Perhaps this beast of a machine would spring clean a mat in a doll’s house, but on a real life sized one it seems to remove absolutely nothing whatsoever - despite him telling us it has done. If you want a decent vacuum for car use, this one ain’t it from what I saw.
Yes, spot on.I saw that, and you are right, it was still a mess after his demo, yet he was proclaiming how good a job it was doing.
One trick i've noticed when they do demos inside, they do a close up while they vacuum, and it's obvious it's not picking everything up as they claim, but then the camera back out and give you a camera shot from distance so it's hard/impossible to see what dirt/fluff is being left.