WHO Poll
Q: Manuel Pellegrini
a. A great signing for the Club and maybe the change of direction we all need
33%
  
b. It will only be a great signing if the Board back him with decent funds
49%
  
c. This is West Ham so it will only end in farce
15%
  
d. I'm not sure about this one, I'll wait until SKY is back to hear what Gary Neville thinks, then I'll voice my opinion
3%
  



gph 2:59 Mon Dec 25
If ads worked...
I'd abandon my Christmas nosh for three bowls of cornflakes...

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Mike Oxsaw 5:02 Mon Dec 25
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Chip Shop Charlie 4:37 Mon Dec 25

If only you'd added "Sent from my Samsung Galaxy S7"...

Chip Shop Charlie 4:37 Mon Dec 25
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Everton being sponsored by Chang beer, man u by Singha..looks like I'm on the Leo next time I'm in Thailand

Willtell 1:58 Mon Dec 25
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So now she still uses Nivea and hides the jar from you....

arsene york-hunt 11:51 Mon Dec 25
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An ad worked on me. I told my Mrs. to stop buying Nivea products because they were sponsoring Liverpool FC according to their advert

bertie 11:23 Mon Dec 25
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Ads do work as my mother in law told me people should change their mattress every eight years.

Spandex Sidney 11:20 Mon Dec 25
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I remember when Endsleigh sponsored the Football League, before Nationwide did I think.

Who the fuck had heard of Endsleigh before that?

Willtell 10:34 Mon Dec 25
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As someone that spent his whole working life in advertising & marketing then advertising does work. It just doesn't change your mind over night. Clearly, if you're looking for something and ad might bring your attention or give you the idea but if you aren't...

Of course everyone denies because they have to tell us that they are too intelligent to be influenced by what the media tells them but, there is absolutely no doubt that they are influenced.

That's why politicians keep giving you good news about what they do and bad news about the opposition. It gets absorbed gradually until it becomes accepted. Same as advertising products and services.Make something warm, cuddly and desirable with lots of good vibes and people want it....

Mike Oxsaw 10:04 Mon Dec 25
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Ads work but only for morons who can't decide for themselves. Not for me, though, 'cos I'm dead smart, me. Got qualifications and stuff.

10thofMay 10:02 Mon Dec 25
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*not sure*

10thofMay 10:01 Mon Dec 25
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Ads do work but they don't make lemmings of you. You do not want to change your Xmas nosh so you'll never be interested in eating three bowls of cornflakes. However, if you decided that you wanted a change this year then you might have looked for alternatives and three Bowls of cornflakes might have done it for you (if you were fucking strange).

Advertising works best when you're looking for something to buy but you're sure which make and model but it also does put new ideas into your bonse as well.

gank 5:14 Mon Dec 25
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Someone call?

gph 4:07 Mon Dec 25
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Attention seeking?

Yeah, because being gratuitously rude to people (not just here, but all over the site), is nothing to do with attention seeking.

Just ask any spoilt child.

Johnson 3:02 Mon Dec 25
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This “random” faux irreverent shit doesn’t work on here.

Stop it you attention seeking old div.





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