The battle of the Christmas adverts

Traditions aren’t always ancient.  They have to start somewhere, after all.  One fairly recent Christmas tradition which really seems to have taken hold is the creation of one-off Christmas TV adverts.

I have seen five or six so far this year.  I agree with Alecia that this one is definitely the best so far.  It has been shared by many people, and I could not resist joining in!  Enjoy… 🙂

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20 thoughts on “The battle of the Christmas adverts

  1. I love this one, too! My daughter sent me a link to it from Canada. It is especially beautiful in these post-Brexit times.

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  2. Can’t comment, too busy wiping away the tears. I love the whole Christmas ad tradition and this one is simply beautiful. Sob….

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    1. Oh Sandra, you have given me a lump in my throat!! Have only just recovered from the last time I watched this….! 🙂 x

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  3. I just saw one about the Edinburgh Airport where fairies are delivering wonderful messages! I always knew that there was magic in the Edinburgh airport!!! Hugs!

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    1. That sounds delightful – must hunt it out! 🙂

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  4. This was so sweet. If we only had ads once or twice a year, and quality ones at that, I think I could cope quite well with advertising.

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    1. Lol – an excellent manifesto! 🙂

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  5. I hadn’t seen this – or the other five! But this film is charming.

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  6. That is so sweet. Love it!

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  7. Adorable! It has made me cry 🙂

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  8. Oh this is just the sweetest!!!!

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  9. I love it, that’s what adverts should be about! It’s up there with J. R. Hartley and his fly fishing.

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    1. Oh yes, yes!! What a classic!

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