||[Sunday 12th December 2004 at 4:38 pm]
|||||The Railway Children (1970s version)||]|
So I'm sitting in York House, watching The Railway Children (worth watching), and it's now the adverts because it's on ITV and they don't believe in letting us watch something without interruptions. All hail the BBC, who do!
Anyway, it's the adverts, and one caught my eye. Picture, if you will, your typical silver car, sitting in a car park on a sunny day. Suddenly it transforms (transformer-style), into a carbot which then starts dancing. Who's car, you might ask? Citroen.
And we also have MasterCard, with their usual "There are somethings money can't buy. For everything else, there's MasterCard". Except this time, they say "There are some things money can't buy. For all your Christmas needs, there's MasterCard". Does this include the things that money can't buy? </mode=evil grammer nazi>