Pandora please, cancel your Tide ad "coffee stain on my white shirt"
It is the most irritating ad I have ever heard in my life, I can't believe how ubiquitous it is in my car, on TV, and the internet. Literally told my wife to stop buying Tide products because of it, and change channels to try to avoid that corny frustrating advert. The actor/singer in it should be ashamed.
There is an ad that plays every break and it completely changes my concentration and destroys my mood. I suffer from Misophonia and the ad for Tide hygienic clean with Jason Alexander/George Costanza as a sweater. The Ad starts with a dog slobberishly drinking. I use Pandora to block out the noises from my office and in particular a noisy drinker/eater close by. Please Please Please find any other ad to play and stop this one. The ad played while writing this, if that helps with finding the ad.
The Tide ad is driving me insane. I could tolerate it the first 50 times I heard it, but now it's pure torture. It doesn't help that it runs at least once an hour. I hit mute now when it comes on.
1 Air it less so it doesn't totally turn everyone off to Pandora
2 Tide - have your marketing agency come up with new commercials. You've totally oversaturated your audience and are now harming your brand.
Someone please help! How do I stop the same commercial from playing over and over and over (and over) again? The Five Hour Energy Radio commercial that starts out with "Do you hate mornings?" has been the only commercial playing for over six months after every 4 or 5 songs. It's driving me insane. How do I at least get different commercials to play? Thank you
I think Pandora has the most annoying ads ever. And they keep repeating the same one over and over again. Probably do it on purpose so you can pay for no ads.
Right now that McDonalds commercial with the fake boston accent and also the one where the guy that played kostanza on sienfeld acts like he's a dirty sweatshirt.
This keeps happening to me as well and it really confuses me. It makes you think that they're targeting you with the need to check your mental health; essentially creating a problem that doesn't exist.