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Cadburys chocolate advert.
« on: 08.11. 2016 11:42 »
Nearly fell out of my seat in disbelief but have now seen it 3 times so not drunk or hallucinating , a Cadburys advert is using a plunger A10 outfit in it , complete with a dog with I think goggles and Greybeard in charge of the plot  , He kept well quiet about that , check it out ,Bob
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Re: Cadburys chocolate advert.
« Reply #2 on: 08.11. 2016 13:31 »
You are correct, it is me. I couldn't say anything, I was sworn to secrecy. That's my wife in the sidecar!
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Re: Cadburys chocolate advert.
« Reply #3 on: 08.11. 2016 13:39 »
Methinks you'd best hope your beloved doesn't look at our forum or  *bash* *bash* *countdown*
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Re: Cadburys chocolate advert.
« Reply #4 on: 08.11. 2016 18:55 »
Movie star in our midst. Great stuff.

I no longer allow cad products in my house since they took Easter off the eggs and went halal.
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Re: Cadburys chocolate advert.
« Reply #5 on: 08.11. 2016 22:24 »
hi guys, Greybeard I think divorce papers will now be on the way, cheers
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Re: Cadburys chocolate advert.
« Reply #6 on: 08.11. 2016 22:59 »
Awesome........is that Dennis Hopper now !!

I've seen it a couple of times, great advert, cool soundtrack and beautiful scenery.  Nice one  *smile*

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Re: Cadburys chocolate advert.
« Reply #7 on: 09.11. 2016 00:20 »
Movie star in our midst. Great stuff.

I no longer allow cad products in my house since they took Easter off the eggs and went halal.
Cheers

I'm going to check out the eggs in the U.S. come next Easter, I wonder if it's world wide. I think they should have changed the name to "Non-Specific Religious Holiday" Eggs.

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Re: Cadburys chocolate advert.
« Reply #8 on: 09.11. 2016 06:05 »
I no longer allow cad products in my house since they took Easter off the eggs and went halal.

Yeah except they actually didn't and plenty of them still have "Easter" on them
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Re: Cadburys chocolate advert.
« Reply #9 on: 09.11. 2016 08:59 »
Cadbury's chocolate tastes better when egg shaped rather than in bar form. Not sure what the scientific explanation would be for that?

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Re: Cadburys chocolate advert.
« Reply #10 on: 09.11. 2016 10:12 »
..Greybeard I think divorce papers will now be on the way...

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Re: Cadburys chocolate advert.
« Reply #11 on: 09.11. 2016 12:39 »
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Cadbury's chocolate tastes better when egg shaped rather than in bar form. Not sure what the scientific explanation would be for that?

Something to do with the coating of white and yellow stuff clinging to it maybe  *smile*

on the subject of which, as a young lad at Mitford Road school I had a run in  (one of many) with our art teacher Mr Gedling, he took exception to the half eaten Cadbury egg I had tucked into my Blazer top pocket (sunny side up so to speak) due to miscalculating how much break time was left and the time it took then to consume said egg,
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Re: Cadburys chocolate advert.
« Reply #12 on: 09.11. 2016 18:36 »
Actually I quite like your wife Graybeard! looks classy in the sidecar.!  *eek*. (Think I've been in the bush too long !!)
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