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Slip in the Kitchen
For: National Accident ...
17 October, 2011,
We start off with poor Susan Cooper, who opens by saying “The kitchen was busy” which sets the scene, and for adverts like this, you really need to set the scene and get the viewer in the right frame of mind, she barks out some sort of order at 0:03/0:04, no matter how many times I listen to it I still can’t get what she’s saying “Dibble sings away”? oh, maybe it’s “clear all the things away”. See this is what you have to do with these sort of adverts, overanalyze them because there’s so little content other than the accident itself. ANYWAY, she is so busy giving out orders to her no doubt highly abused cooks that she falls on what she describes as “food” but I describe as cat vomit with tuna chunks… Getting back to the point, THE FOOD HADN’T BEEN CLEARED UP!! DUM DUM DUUUUUUMMM! So she falls over and bangs her knee conveniently on the workstation or whatever , the chefs reluctantly help her up while biting their lips trying not to laugh, a bit like us at home, only we’re not holding in our laughter. Post-reconstruction Susan tells us she saw the National Accident Helpline on TELLEE, yes Susan I’ll bet you did, whilst sitting on your big fat arse with your barely injured knee in a sympathy attracting cast, feeling sorry for yourself and mercilessly crucifying tub after tub of Ben and Jerry’s ice cream, either that or she saw it on TELLEE beforehand and decided to get in on the whole farce by making her own accident, I go for the latter. In the end she gets £5,400 pounds for not looking where she was walking, infact I’d like to bet that it was her who made the mess in the first place, the way she was carrying those plates earlier I wouldn’t put it past her. Clumsy bimbo. Oh and I forgot to mention, after each reconstruction this blonde twat comes on and gives you all the legal jargon and nonsense that nobody cares about, I just want to see people fall over. Cacolantern out x
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