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Over the last few months I’ve done a number of posts called ‘Slogans’. Today it’s time for another one!

In my previous “Slogans” posts, I mentioned how we all see and hear many adverts on a daily basis via advertising hoardings or adverts on the radio, television  magazines and newspapers.

Today again I want to give you some more slogans to see how many of the companies/organisations associated with them you can identify from their slogans?

  1. Feel the bubbles
  2. Good to the last drop
  3. I am what I am
  4. The car in front is a…
  5. Don’t be evil
  6. Eat fresh
  7. Grace, space, pace
  8. Who wins if you win?
  9. Does she or doesn’t she?
  10. Put your spin on it

So that’s the slogans, how many do you think you know?

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So here’s the answers…

  1. Aero
  2. Maxwell house coffee
  3. Reebok
  4. Toyota
  5. Google
  6. Subway
  7. Jaguar
  8. Lotto
  9. Clairol
  10. K-Swiss

There were a few tricky ones in there, so if you got them all, well done!

I’ll be doing a few more of these in the coming weeks/months, so keep watching the adverts and remembering the slogans!

A few months ago I did a series of posts called ‘Slogans’. Today it’s time for another one!

In my previous “Slogans” posts, I mentioned how we all see and hear many adverts on a daily basis via advertising hoardings or adverts on the radio, television  magazines and newspapers.

Today again I want to give you some more slogans to see how many of the companies/organisations associated with them you can identify from their slogans?

  1. Taste the rainbow
  2. Get more out of now
  3. Bread wi’ nowt taken out
  4. Think different
  5. The world’s local bank
  6. You’ve got questions, we’ve got answers
  7. Beyond precision
  8. Power style
  9. Let’s make excellent happen
  10. What’s in your wallet?

So that’s the slogans, how many do you think you know?

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So here’s the answers…

  1. Skittles
  2. Dell
  3. Allinson’s bread
  4. Apple
  5. HSBC
  6. Radio shack
  7. Citizen
  8. Fila
  9. New balance
  10. Capital One

There were a few tricky ones in there, so if you got them all, well done!

I’ll be doing a few more of these in the coming weeks, so keep watching the adverts and remembering the slogans!

supermarket

There a lot of adverts on TV these days for different supermarkets, each promising better and more deals than the next one.

So today I’m just curious, where do you do most of your shopping?

 

So we’ve just reached the end of the first week of November, and already I’ve lost count of the number of TV adverts which are advertising something related to Christmas. Add to this the fact that we now have several TV channels showing Christmas movies 24 hours a day every day, and all the shops and supermarkets now seem to have aisles dedicated, is it any wonder I’m thinking it must be Christmas time!

While I love Christmas and all it represents, but watching constant adverts for the commercial side of Christmas every day from the start of November, almost 2 months before Christmas Day, is not my idea of Christmas!

Let’s make sure we remember the real reason we celebrate Christmas, CHRIST!

Christmas begins with Christ

Most of us like to try to look after our teeth as best we cam so that we don’t have to visit the dentist for anything more than our regular checkups. That all sounds great, however, if you’re looking for a toothpaste to help you look after your teeth, which one do you pick? I’m not referring to the brand, but actually the different varieties as there seems to be a variety of toothpaste to help prevent this or that or help enhance your teeth in some other aspect, but where do you start, as there is toothpaste for:

  • Toothpaste-Aislecavity protection
  • maximum whitening
  • Advanced whitening
  • Maximum freshness
  • Advanced clean
  • Maxwhite shine
  • Enamel protect
  • Total advanced
  • Maxwhite luminous
  • Maxwhite one optic
  • Maxcavity protect white
  • Extreme clean pure
  • Complete care whitening

Plus numerous other varieties including all the sensitive versions!

Is it just me, but don’t we all want a toothpaste that does all the above. i.e. gives maximum whitening, maximum cavity protection, extreme clean, protects the enamel and gives maximum freshness?

I must be honest and say I get really frustrated when buying toothpaste and so normally by a different variety each time, all because I want all the above benefits from my toothpaste. Is it not about time that toothpaste manufacturers gave us one toothpaste that provides all the benefits and protection that all the other individual varieties offer us?

I’d be interested to hear everyone else’s thoughts on this, as I sometimes wonder, is it just me that gets so frustrated by the huge number of toothpaste varieties?

In the last few months in my previous “Slogans” blog posts, I mentioned how we all see and hear many adverts on a daily basis via advertising hoardings or adverts on the radio, television  magazines and newspapers.

Today again I want to give you some more slogans to see how many of the companies/organisations associated with them you can identify from their slogans?

  1. Peace of mind
  2. Tell ’em about the honey, mummy
  3. In touch with tomorrow
  4. The totally tropical taste
  5. Good to the last drop
  6. Fly the friendly skies
  7. Perpetual spirit
  8. The power of dreams
  9. Don’t be evil
  10. Better sound through research

So that’s the slogans, how many do you think you know?

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So here’s the answers…

  1. Chubb
  2. Sugar Puffs
  3. Toshiba
  4. Lilt
  5. Maxwell House
  6. United airlines
  7. Rolex
  8. Honda
  9. Google
  10. Bose

There were a few tricky ones in there, so if you got them all, well done!

I’ll be doing a few more of these in the coming weeks, so keep watching the adverts and remembering the slogans!

When you see the following sign, what do you think…

sale-now-on

  • Bargains
  • One time offers
  • Must haves
  • More expense…

Are the sales always as good they are made out to be?

Do you always get the offer you thought you were getting?

Do you find the sales persuade you to buy things you don’t really need or even want?

Well here’s the thing, there is one thing that is always on sale and it’s free to all of us, and it’s guaranteed to last forever…God’s love!

So grab the latest deal, and take God into your home, and your life today.

In the last few months in my previous “Slogans” blog posts, I mentioned how we all see and hear many adverts on a daily basis via advertising hoardings or adverts on the radio, television  magazines and newspapers.

Today again I want to give you some more slogans to see how many of the companies/organisations associated with them you can identify from their slogans?

  1. Melts in your mouth not in your hands
  2. The make-up of make-up artists
  3. Because change happens
  4. Because your worth it
  5. Central heating for kids
  6. What’s the worst that could happen?
  7. It does exactly what it says on the tin
  8. How do you eat yours’
  9. Made totally delicious
  10. Cleans like a white tornado

So that’s the slogans, how many do you think you know?

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So here’s the answers…

  1. M&Ms
  2. Maxfactor
  3. Zurich
  4. L’Oreal
  5. Ready Brek
  6. Dr Pepper
  7. Ronseal
  8. Cadbury’s crème egg
  9. M&S food
  10. Ajax

There were a few tricky ones in there, so if you got them all, well done!

I’ll be doing a few more of these in the coming weeks, so keep watching the adverts and remembering the slogans!

In the last few months in my previous “Slogans” blog posts, I mentioned how we all see and hear many adverts on a daily basis via advertising hoardings or adverts on the radio, television  magazines and newspapers.

Today again I want to give you some more slogans to see how many of the companies/organisations associated with them you can identify from their slogans?

  1. Think small
  2. Save money. Live better
  3. The customer is always and complete right!
  4. Challenge everything
  5. Have it your way
  6. Make the most of now
  7. Unchanged since 1926
  8. Eat fresh
  9. A diamond is forever
  10. Never knowingly undersold

So that’s the slogans, how many do you think you know?

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So here’s the answers…

  1. Volkswagen
  2. Walmart
  3. Marks & Spencer
  4. EA
  5. Burger King
  6. Vodafone
  7. Total Greek yoghurt
  8. Subway
  9. Dee Beers
  10. John Lewis

There were a few tricky ones in there, so if you got them all, well done!

I’ll be doing a few more of these in the coming weeks, so keep watching the adverts and remembering the slogans!

Here’s the sign on our new building at Bellshill Salvation Army

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Did you manage to make out what it says? It says “Church and Community Centre”.

I’ve heard it said a number of times, “I didn’t realise the Salvation Army is a church as well as a charity”. Hopefully our new sign will help remind everyone that yes, the Salvation Army is  a registered charity working in the community to help other, but that we are also a church.

So in answer to the question in the title of this blog post, the answer is both – The Salvation Army is a charity and a church.