Great you think that is funny my father is dyeing of that and I don't need to keep being reminded of it lets have some happiness in this miserable world I know that it is part of life but do we need it pushed in our face
I think jane will be pregnant and would think she has been cheating on some one so it could be some one els baby but they dont know who so they are going to go on the jeramy kyle show to find out (WHO'S THE DADY) i wonder what it would come out as WATCH ITV 1 9:30 to find out! ?
OK listen up and listen good BT!
Please save my sanity and put this story line into action!
Jane is pregnant with an alien baby which rips through her stomach and bites of Adam's head (thus ridding us all of their annoying "normal present day lives"), "alarmed child" then calls the police who come quickly and suitably armed to finish off said alien thus reinforcing the BT message of phones etc.. making this a viable option!
a followup advert could feature the kids posting a video to youtube using your "superfast" broadband
err u really need to get out more if u think that an advert thats refreshed every 4 weeks, is more interesting than a soap (3 times a week ) than life
Jane admits to having an affair with a neighbour. Adam is angry and rushes off. He is knocked down by a bus.
Seriously, what on earth does a woman like Jane see in Adam? Although I am sad enough to be commenting on a TV advert on a Friday night, there is no amount of wine (or thinking that my fallopian tubes are about to dry up) that would ever, ever, ever, make me fall for an idiot like that! (However if you have finished with the gorgeous husband, I don't mind second-hand goods!)
After being drawn in to the on/off/on again saga of Adam and Jane, the chance to steer the adverts has caught my eye.
Everyone seems to be thinking a baby is on the way and that lonely Jane MUST have cheated on Adam.
Why do we always asume its good news? Jane rubbing her stomach could be a sign that something is wrong. Many women get lower stomach pain, put up with it for quite some time, only to discover later on that they have cancer and it's now too late to do anything about it.
Why not use the adds to show how bad news is also handed out with regularity to loved ones, especially when they are far away with those lost feelings that they are helpless and can do nothing about it. Come on BT, why not add a bit of real life in to the real life adverts.
Jane has eaten something extremely spicy and has wind.. hoping she can relieve it by rubbing her stomach.. the next stage of the story is Jane relieving her discomfort,, adam cannot believe what he hears down a BT phone line..