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Ad Meter 2018: Tide 4

This ad isn’t an ad for what it’s meant to be an ad for, because it’s an ad with clean clothes, and a clean clothes ad is a Tide ad.        
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A clam? A car? A David Harbour in your bathroom? Oh, I get it. It’s a Tide commercial. Not because of all that stuff, but because of the clean clothes. What else could clean clothes be an ad for but Tide?        

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