If I had a perfect family, I would naturally buy them a 24 pack of Duracell AA batteries.
That family looks far too cheerful to be having anything to do with a pack of batteries. People only ever get that cheerful while watching Carry On Doctor in my experience – mmmmMatron!
“Mummy. I can play my new personal cassette/radio with long wave and FM”
“Mummy. This is perfect. I can use mine, too!”
“Okay, kids. Keep those headphones on tonite!”
“Mummy, you get a sort of 1.5 volt tickle when you put your tongue across the terminals”
“Son, you’re a fucking idiot”
(all three) “Ha hahahahahahaha haha ha”
“Kiddies. Daddy forgot to buy the appliance. But move on already! We’ve got sellotape. Go get the sellotape!”
I notice that they are not a perfect family. There is no father figure present in the picture. Is this Duracell acknowledging broken Britain I wonder? I wonder about lots of other things as well. Like for instance whether or not the dinosaurs will return.
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