Funny part of What Indian advertisements teach us?

Posted: July 30, 2013 in Children and Child Rights, Education, Youths and Nation

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1. Kareena has dandruff problem, Katrina has dry hair problem, Shilpa
has hairfall problem and Priyanka has chip-chip.

2. If you’ve a hot wife, make sure your neighbor doesn’t use a Deodorant in your absence.

3. Your complexion is more important than your qualifications.

4. If there is no salt in your kitchen, you can use Toothpaste.

5. Every oral care brand is No. 1 and recommended by every dentist in India and by the Indian Medical
Association!

6. Your daughter will get ready to marry, if only you take her to a jewellery or textile shop.

7. Only reason why men use deodorant is to get girls.

8. Most colas cure all kinds of phobias. You will be close to a superman, if you drink these regularly!!

9. All superstars are so poor that they prefer to risk life by jumping from mountain cliffs for a cool drink than
purchase it for Rs.10/-

10. The special effects in shampoo ads are greater than special effects in the film “Avatar”.

11. Fruit content in shampoos and soaps is more than fruit content in 99% of real fresh fruit juices.

12. Amul has better satirical cartoonists than their staff who make better milk products.

13. Most people buy vehicles to travel in bad roads but complain about roads in India.

14. You can’t eat Dairy Milk Silk without spreading it all over you face.

15. Nobody uses motorbikes for commuting. It is only to pick up girls.

16. All soaps kill 99.9999999% of germs.

17. People believe that Bacardi makes only music CDs and Director’s special. Kingfisher makes only
mineral water.

18. The only time mothers and daughters talk to each other is usually about hair oil.

19. No matter what kind of expert one is, he’ll always wear a white laboratory coat.

And finally:

20.Mutual fund investments are
subject to market risks.
Please read the offer document
carefully before investing
In appreciation of SOMEBODY who HAD A LOT OF TIME ON HAND TO ANALYZE THIS!

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