Overview[ edit ] A parody advertisement should not be confused with a fictional brand name used in a program to avoid giving free advertising to an actual product, or to the use of a fictional brand name in an actual advertisement used for comparison, which is sometimes done as opposed to comparing the product to an actual competitor.
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A parody advertisement is a fictional advertisement for a non-existent product, either done within another advertisement for an actual product, or done simply as parody of advertisements—used. Mar 28, · Sometimes they give you an Excedrin headache; other times, they really satisfy.
Either way, one thing’s for sure: TV commercials, they’re a part of your life.