Cravendale advert

Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by Mac66, 14 Apr 2008.

  1. Mac66

    Mac66 Senior Member

    Is it just me or does the figure in the yellow jersey and black shorts look like a cyclist to anyone else?
  2. Landslide

    Landslide Rare Migrant

    Called to the bar
    Might be because he is a cyclist!

    He's got a bike in one of those adverts.
  3. wafflycat

    wafflycat New Member

    middle of Norfolk
    Of course it's a cyclist! :blush:

    There's several different Cravendale ads - the cyclist if featured with bike
  4. Mortiroloboy

    Mortiroloboy New Member

    Er, that'll be because it IS a cyclist...Pfhht!:blush:
  5. walker

    walker New Member

    Bromley, Kent
    I watch these adverts and think WTF!!
  6. girofan

    girofan New Member

    I also think WTF is going on, walker. Is it me, or have the Madmen gone completely into a parallel universe? :biggrin::blush:
  7. Arch

    Arch Married to Night Train

    Salford, UK
    I like them, in a nutty kinda way. Better than the rubbish about the latest 375 blade Gillette razor or elecric room fragrancers.

    Although, I don't see the point of 'filtered' milk - I've never noticed a problem with bits of straw or anything in my normal milk. If it has lumps, it's usually my fault for keeping it too long. And if it's pasturised, that kills any bugs...
  8. Keith Oates

    Keith Oates Janner

    Penarth, Wales
    Mac66, that avatar looks oh so good!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  9. Smeggers

    Smeggers New Member

    It lasts for ages. Compare the sell-by dates next time your shopping - it might work out cheaper (assuming you dont go through much milk).
  10. mr Mag00

    mr Mag00 rising member

    Deepest Dorset
    homogenising milk is bad enough let alone filtering to make it more pure HTF can u make something more pure than milk straight from a cow!!! marketing idiots
  11. Arch

    Arch Married to Night Train

    Salford, UK
    I'll have a look, cheers - although I buy my milk two pints at a time and get through it before it goes off (a few days) - not sure about 4 pints...
  12. Mort

    Mort Interstellar Overalls

    I remember when I was living in the US there was a big brouhaha about minute bits of udder etc. being found in fresh milk because the mechanical milking process can be a bit violent sometimes. I'm sure they started advertising "filtered" milk there as a result. Never saw the point myself though.
  13. Mortiroloboy

    Mortiroloboy New Member

    Sainsbury's are doing it BogOf at the moment, I think it does taste slightly crisper, and it does last longer, if that makes any sense?
  14. alecstilleyedye

    alecstilleyedye nothing in moderation Moderator

  15. mr Mag00

    mr Mag00 rising member

    Deepest Dorset
    i get 9 days on my milk as its local and gets 'bottled' locally so doesnt spend days travelling back and forth, most milk has travelled at approx 500 miles before it gets to 'your door' especially the wiseman milk.
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