Okay, so I thought U.S. commercials were bad. I now accept them as beacons of hope upon seeing some British commercials. Most are quite subtle; so subtle, I have actually seen ones that seem to sell you absolutely nothing (at least one Aldi commercial has not featured the Aldi logo or mention of Aldi anywhere in it). But I just saw one for KFC (yup, same KFC we're all familiar with) that I hate. It features a boy named Charlie who is, in short, a selfish pr!*kmonster. He hogs all the snow while making a snowman, he hogs the armrests at the theater, he goes through and marks all the Christmas gifts for himself (crosses off names and puts his own), and doesn't bother decorating the tree with his sister. And his Mom and Dad? "Oh, that little scamp." And then they go to KFC, and he's got a whole bucket to himself, then decides to share, and his parents are all proud and happy. I wanted to do nothing but grab both those parents and smash their skulls together repeatedly. I don't know about you guys, but my Dad? Yeah, if I had done ANYTHING like that, my ass would be redder than Rudolph's nose. Once, I complained about a gift I got for Christmas. ONCE. I dunno, I know it's just a commercial, but dear God, air one with some responsible parents for once; I'm sure KFC totally wants to be associated with unthankful brats and parents that undoubtedly don't give a rat's a$$ who they're raising. But that's just me.