Advertising and media are a huge business.
It’s a lot like the pharmaceutical industry, where the best people in the world make a fortune by making sure they have the best drugs.
And it’s an extremely lucrative industry, with many millions of dollars in profits.
But in the United States, there’s a big difference between being good at your job and being a great employee.
Advertisers can often make money off the goodwill you generate from a positive campaign, but you can also make money from the bad you do.
We spoke to a few people who know what it’s like to work in a company where a campaign is designed to sell something, but it ends up being just as bad as the thing itself.
We’ve rounded up the worst of the worst advertising campaigns, from the most honest to the most deceptive.
The Big Easy, the Big Macs and The Big Cheese ad campaign: We all know the Big Easy is an awful advertising campaign.
This is an ad campaign that aired on ESPN, The Big Mac commercials, and more.
The first ad campaign in this list was a bad one.
In one ad, a family walks down the street with their kids and the narrator talks about the Big Ones, the famous food trucks.
He then talks about how the Big O has become an increasingly expensive and unsafe food option.
The narrator says that the Big One has become a Big Mac because it’s cheaper to make and the Big Cheese is the most delicious cheeseburger around.
He goes on to tell the kids that the “Big Ones” are not only cheaper but healthier than the Big Old Ones.
The kids look at the ad and say “Oh, my God!”
The narrator then goes on a tirade about how unhealthy Big Old Macs are, while also complaining about the lack of Big Old Cheese.
We know it’s a bad ad, but the narrator also says that they’re not doing it because they’re hungry, or because they like Big Old Charms, but because it helps them keep a smile on their face and keep the Big Money coming in.
We’d rather just eat a Big Old Sandwich with a Big Cheese than to have to watch this ad. 2.
Big Mac: This ad is pretty good.
This ad has been on the air for a couple of years and it’s still being played.
It has a lot of nice moments like the children walking down the streets with their Big Mac and the announcer talking about the McDonalds.
However, it also has some very bad moments like when the narrator gets very emotional and starts yelling at the children and their mother, “Look at these little hearts!
Look at these tiny little hands!
Look how cute these little babies are!
How adorable they are!
I mean, they’re adorable!”
The ad is funny and well-done, but we’d much rather have a Big Big Mac instead of this ad campaign.
Big Cheese: The narrator is very emotional, but his narration is so over the top that we can’t help but feel sorry for the narrator.
We are, after all, talking about an ad where the narrator tells a child that his Big Cheese tastes like “a Big Old Dog” and that “it’s just a big old dog!”
The Big Big Cheese commercial is just awful.
The Simpsons: This one is just so bad that it makes the entire ad series look like a joke.
It is also one of the best ads in this entire series, and the Simpsons ad is probably the best ad of the whole series.
This advert takes a look at how we treat animals, and then shows an image of a puppy with a big yellow nose and a big, yellow face.
We have a few problems with this ad: It starts with a picture of a young puppy with one of those “Big Old Dogs” ears.
And the narrator then tells the viewer, “I’ve got a puppy.
I’ve got one in this house!”
So basically, the ad starts off with an image and then tells you, “Hey, look at that, that’s your puppy!”
The problem with this is that it’s clear from the ad that the narrator wants to sell this puppy to the viewer.
However the narrator doesn’t seem to realize that the puppy in the ad is actually a dog, and it isn’t actually a Big Dog.
The Walking Dead: This is one of our favorite ad campaigns in the series.
The show has an ad that is incredibly well-executed and it has some really cool moments, but this ad is just terrible.
This one also has a very over-the-top narrator, who is really trying to sell us on the show.
The ad starts with the narrator saying, “It’s The Walking Death.
It starts when zombies attack a town.
They eat people, then people eat zombies.”