18 Ways Ads Have Warped Our World View

Let’s talk about the amount of toothpaste you’re using.
18 Ways Ads Have Warped Our World View

Advertising companies used to be run by swaggering producers and directors who stocked up on extravagant client contracts but occasionally generated ads that defined the cultural discourse and charmed the audience in the pre-digital era. At least that’s what Mad Men taught us.

Here’s the thing: our readers are not knuckleheads and neither are we. We're all aware that commercials are a load of rubbish. Despite this, we didn’t necessarily understand how powerful they are. A lot of what we believe is influenced by advertising, and a lot of it is incorrect.

That's why MoroseGorilla recommended that our readers correct us on all the things we're getting incorrect as a result of some stupid ad. 

Today, we'll look at the 18 ways that the worst advertising of all time has distorted our perception of the world. This collection covers commercials from all across the world, whether in print or online, because there are so many horrible facts to shake our heads. As a result, television advertising is unquestionably included.

Things such as...

Ads show toothpaste all over toothbrushes, but the healthiest amount is pea-sized. More than that makes your mouth foam, uses up the tube faster, and
CRACKED COM You may think Diet Coke is a healthy alternative but diet soft drinks have not been found to help with weight loss and the acidity of arti
As a kid, anti-drug advertising made me believe drug dealers would push drugs for free to hook me in. PUBL SCHOO So far, I've never had the chance to
18 Ways Ads Have Warped Our World View
In commercials, Nutella nutella claimed itself to be a healthy breakfast snack for kids. Turns out it's mostly made of sugar and palm oil. They were e
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CRACKEDOON Milk does a body good The US Department of Agriculture advertised that adults should drink three cups of milk a day mostly for calcium and
Shampoo ads showcase majestic locks that convince people they should wash GRA their hair every day. What those ads don't tell YOU is that shampooing t
CRACKED COM In ads, using product on hair tips is enough to style your 'do. But using it on roots gives you much more control over how your hair lays.
You probably have been spraying your perfume in the wrong place! New studies have shown spraying on your wrists or neck is not very effective for hold
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Commercials boast about a shampoo's rich lather, but froth doesn't matter. Shampoo doesn't have to make bubbles to clean hair. Manufacturers add foa
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EXTREME MARKETING makes you think caffeine- based energy drinks pack a powerful punch. But a 8.4 OZ can of Red Bull contains only 80 mg of caffeine (9
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18 Ways Ads Have Warped Our World View
Ads for protein shakes often mislead you into thinking that you will magically gain muscle strength by consuming their products. While protein shakes
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