Dec 14, 2006

10 best PRIVATE VIEWs

1 Rodd Chant on Tourism Australia "I'm an Aussie but I have never said 'So where the bloody hell are you?' Believe me, I have a penchant for Aussie slang, and the odd verbal expletive, but I have never uttered the above statement. Actually, if you were to make a statement like that in Australia, you would end it with 'ya', not 'you'."

2 Erik Vervroegen on Mercedes-Benz South Africa "I must say I'm not a big fan of exploiting people who are destitute for the sake of selling a luxury car."

3 Jennifer Tan on Singapore Tourism "As for the print work, this is so below par for Singapore Tourism Board. Did the client take the shots?"

4 Ray Chan on Hang Seng Bank, Chinese New Year "In a season of trite, red and gold bloated flatulence, this one's a mildly relieving release of wind."

5 Andres Vejarano on Coors Vietnam "If you think a market is important enough to launch in, at least allow the agency a credible level of creative, production and media budget to do it properly."

6 Paul Catmur on Heinz "There is always something positive you can say. Consequently I've had a good hard look at these Heinz ads, and I reckon they were probably quite cheap."

7 Paul Catmur again, on McDonald's China "The phrase 'Feel more beef taste' has left me with some disturbing mental images Ronald wouldn't approve of."

8 David Guerrero on Coca-Cola "If it wasn't for the fact I had Pepsi tattooed on (my son's) arm soon after he was born, he might even want to try the product."

9 Christine Brendle on Rexona Vietnam "The commercials seem not only puerile, but crude to the point of being rude. Grow up."

10Andy Blood on his reviewing robot "Stupid robot. You've gone soft. I'd never be that generous."

1 Rodd Chant on Tourism Australia I'm an Aussie but I have never said 'So where the bloody hell are you' Believe me, I have a penchant for Aussie slang, and the odd verbal expletive, but I have never uttered the above statement. Actually, if you were to make a statement like that in Australia, you would end it with 'ya', not 'you'.

2 Erik Vervroegen on Mercedes-Benz South Africa I must say I'm not a big...

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