Buses over London are showing my name.
I’ve actually just had a Coke too! But where is Laura?
She is on lots of other buses.
But obviously not this junk food.
Subway is one of these shops that should be made by law to serve at least something that is gluten-free.
According to the adverts, Coca-Cola Vanilla is back.
I don’t think I ever noticed it had gone. I drunk it once and I’ve tasted better urine.
But seeing it’s on the buses, it probably means it’s got the same popularity as this film.
H & M seemed to have moved their adverts this year from bus shelters to the buses themselves.
I suppose, it’s more difficult to spray out adverts on the sides of buses. Last year a lot of their adverts were defaced.
Everywhere there are adverts for Mormons.
I suppose religious adverts on the buses follow the same rules as films. The more adverts there are. the worse the religion.
It gives me a bit of a problem in that I don’t travel on a bus advertising something I don’t like or disapprove of. Oxford Circus is also wall-to-wall with the adverts, so that gives me another problem, as that is a difficult station to avoid.
I saw this on a lamp post, by the bus stop at the Angel.
People, who have seen it had already torn off some of the tear-off strips of the Man With A Van, so I hope he gets some business.
it’s such a simple, but superb idea.
I was away when Oblivion opened, but it got two stars in The Times and this was the summary of their review.
Tom Cruise stars in Oblivion but that is about all that this derivative sci-fi has to offer
It certainly is appearing on lots of buses, which is always the sign of a dire film.
I suppose that the shape of bus ads makes Tom Cruise look taller.
I was going to Millwall to see Ipswich play today, but as ever, I was on the drag.
Then one of those awful meerkat adverts came on the television.
i was through the door like a rat up a drainpipe.
The only television I watched was BBC World and it was good to see such as Nick Gowing, who I once met on holiday.
However, I was rather fed up with the adverts, for products I weren’t interested in. Although, one was for a mini diabetic meter, much like the device I use to test my INR. Although it was very small. It does show the way these devices are going.
I wonder how long before cruise ships such as the Oriana have a digital television service based on Freesat.
A lot of the buses in London are now promoting The Shard.
The picture shows the advert on the side of a 277. I wouldn’t think this is that necessary as for the Leamouth end of the route, if you’re upstairs on the bus, you can actually see the building.
I wonder if advertising the view from a building on the side of a bus, is a bit like advertising a film? With films, they are usually not up to much, so is the view from The Shard, not the best view for the cost.