Anyone complained about Swiftcover's Iggy Pop Puppet?

Foebane72

Well-known Member
Using Iggy Pop was a neat touch for their adverts, but it's become revolting since that emaciated, dancing puppet of himself came along. I feel like complaining to someone about it.

Anyone else feel the same?
 

ROBIN50N

Well-known Member
Using Iggy Pop was a neat touch for their adverts, but it's become revolting since that emaciated, dancing puppet of himself came along. I feel like complaining to someone about it.

Anyone else feel the same?
man your post depress me.

whats to complain about?. its annoying sure but no harm.
 
Oh that guy is Iggy Pop is he, yeah his puppet has crappy arms, it doesn't look finished. They seem to try to hide it by switching cameras a lot. I think they paid a muppet to make it!!! :D
 

la gran siete

Distinguished Member
Using Iggy Pop was a neat touch for their adverts, but it's become revolting since that emaciated, dancing puppet of himself came along. I feel like complaining to someone about it.

Anyone else feel the same?
wonderful add!.Iggy use to be an idol of mine .Good on him,making a few on the side
 

Miyazaki

Novice Member
Using Iggy Pop was a neat touch for their adverts, but it's become revolting since that emaciated, dancing puppet of himself came along. I feel like complaining to someone about it.

Anyone else feel the same?
Jesus Christ, are you taking the ****? :facepalm:

I thought it was hilarious, especially when the puppet spits at the end. Usually hate those adverts as well. :rotfl:
 

eric pisch

Novice Member
Using Iggy Pop was a neat touch for their adverts, but it's become revolting since that emaciated, dancing puppet of himself came along. I feel like complaining to someone about it.

Anyone else feel the same?
i have no interest in watching an advert with a geriatric class one knob or his geriatric class one knob puppet

so i just turn over

its a complicated concept
 

la gran siete

Distinguished Member
geriatric class one knob puppet
who was Rock & roll personified, lived and breathed it , who took it right to the edge and despite all his excesses lives on today a sprightly looking man in his sixties and fit as a fiddle.Great guy:smashin:
 

rickinyorkshire

Distinguished Member
Nasty.

 

Hillskill

Moderator/Games Reviewer
Can't decide who is the bigger sell out. Iggy Pop for the Swiftcover campaign or Johnny Rotten and his Country Life Butter campaign :rotfl:
 

Foebane72

Well-known Member
I just think that the puppet is as bad as that BBC Digital promotion from years back, with the giant head made up of smaller heads flying all over the countryside. I called the BBC then and made my disdain for that thing clear, but when it comes to ITV or Virgin 1 then I don't know who to call.
 

krish

Distinguished Member
who was Rock & roll personified, lived and breathed it , who took it right to the edge and despite all his excesses lives on today a sprightly looking man in his sixties and fit as a fiddle.Great guy:smashin:
indeed ... and not a sad parody with a nobhead wife and family like Ozzy
 

la gran siete

Distinguished Member
indeed ... and not a sad parody with a nobhead wife and family like Ozzy
another highly amusing individual .Urinated on the Alamo - true legend
 

PJTX100

Distinguished Member
Wind-up. Must be.
 

la gran siete

Distinguished Member
Wind-up. Must be.
"In February 1982, Osbourne was arrested in San Antonio, Texas after he lifted up his dress (yes, he was wearing a dress) and urinated on the Alamo
 

PJTX100

Distinguished Member
"In February 1982, Osbourne was arrested in San Antonio, Texas after he lifted up his dress (yes, he was wearing a dress) and urinated on the Alamo
I just love this forum.

Random stuff like this is what it's all about. :smashin:

I can only offer this small token.

If Klaus Schulze ran over a cat in his car. He'd keep on running over it until it was only 1 atom deep on the road.

:D
 

eric pisch

Novice Member
who was Rock & roll personified, lived and breathed it , who took it right to the edge and despite all his excesses lives on today a sprightly looking man in his sixties and fit as a fiddle.Great guy:smashin:
in your opinion

waste of oxygen in mine, the world would have been a better place without him
 

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