“Nowadays, ads are more likely to get me NOT to buy something.”
That goes back a long way. The majority of today’s population hadn’t been born when the “ring around the collar” ads ran, but I still don’t buy what had been up until then my favorite brand of laundry detergent.
That’s why it’s now easy to refrain from clicking on click bait — I know that clicking won’t get me any information.
I was in charge of food and treats, but Fred was loyal to my spouse.
I was much amused when the advertisement for our Gobble Wobble included a category for “Butterball” runners. (Over 200 pounds)
A lot depends on what you steam and how you steam it.
A few months ago, when I was dithering over which outfit I’d worn the previous week, I decided I’d wear my most-comfortable dress every time. Been a lot of peace and tranquility since then.
Only the affluent can afford clothes lines.
I got my first phone when pay phones went extinct.
Still carrying the same style, but now the pocket-watch screen is on the outside.
Each new phone ins inferior to the one that wore out.
My best time for a mile is fifteen minutes.
That was fifty years ago.
There have been so many jokes about the plural of “spice” that I suspect that they wouldn’t dare to correct the bug.