Ok, so I know they're different.
For Burger King, it's a guy dressed as a king with a mask on. For Quaker Breakfast bars, it's a life-sized statue carried around in a children's wagon.
I have not seen many commercials as of late -- we have a Dish Network PVR -- and a 16-month old -- so it's very rare that we watch anything live, when it airs. So I haven't seen that many commercials.
But tonight I've seen both of those commercials. And then I saw them again, this time, one after the other.
I've gotta say... is all advertising now handled by 9-year old children and focus-tested on monkeys? Awful, awful, awful.
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