Funny ad about speaking – uses just 3 spoken words [Video]

Here’s an ad about communication that you’ll likely laugh at, as I did. Yet it uses just 3 spoken words, and lasts just 45 seconds. I hope you love it as much as I do.


It’s brought to you via this post by Geoffroy Hubert (whose blog is in French). Thanks for sharing, Geoffroy!

Over to you

  • What do you think of the ad?
  • Did you laugh?
  • Think it’s lame?
  • I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comment box below.

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9 thoughts on “Funny ad about speaking – uses just 3 spoken words [Video]

  1. That ad was hilarious! Loved it. LOL’d. I WISH Toastmasters did ads too. I had never even HEARD of TM until 4.5 year ago when my husband told me about it so I could get out of the house and speak to someone other than myself and my toddler.
    Anyway, just strolling the net looking for fellow TM’s and always happy to find one. Feel free to drop by my place any time. I am pursuing the World Championships in Cincinnatti this year and documenting the journey.

    http://www.ayearinthelifeofatoastmaster.com

    Cheers!

    • Thanks so much for your comment, Paula. It’s great to hear the ad made you laugh – Mission accomplished!

      Wow, your story on your blog looks amazing! Not what I’m used to in TM, but it sounds like you’ve so many tales to choose from for your speech…

      I hope you go very well in the World Championships, and I’ll be sure to visit your blog some more because your content is so honest and refreshing.

      Keep on blogging, speaking and MC-ing!

      • Well thank you Craig, I appreciate that. I have only just recently revealed all these things about myself but my fellow TM’s so far have been supportive and have given me some good advice.
        I have to laugh also, that you didn’t know what “props” meant. lol Pretty cute. :)

        • Thanks Paula. Maybe “props” is a N American term – I just asked my wife & 2 teenage sons, and none of them had heard of it either. (We’re in Australia, so the English here is unique – “Strine” as they call it, which is how an extreme Aussie accent says “Australian”. I remember US comic Arj Barker getting a lot of laughs out of the differences one time.)

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