DRUMMING gorillas, waterfall orgasms and Barry Scott barking at us about limescale – Britain’s had some brilliant and bizarre TV ad campaigns over the years. Now, after it was revealed that Asda is going to bring back its famous “bottom pat” commercial, we ask: Which TV ad would you most like to see return to the airwaves? With Coca-Cola and John Lewis adverts now considered an annual event every Christmas, we’re a nation which loves to judge the handiwork of advertising executives. But which is the UK’s favourite ad that’s been confined to the ash heap of history? Have your vote in the four categories below – the winners be revealed here when the poll closes. And if your favourite isn’t on the list, make your case for it in the comments section…Drink John Smith’s – Peter Kay Bolton’s favourite son Peter Kay embodied John Smith’s ‘No Nonsense’ slogan in a series of hilarious adverts between 2002-2005. Fan favourites included Kay booting a football away during a game of keepie uppies with the famous line “‘av it!”, along with another where he trains his dog to fetch his newspaper. Others included Kay getting a perfect 10 in a diving competition… Read full this story
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