The ads that you see every day in your life, whether it’s a news ticker, a video ad or an ad for an app, are not always the ads you want.
So if you’re a parent, you should start with the obvious ones, like an ad that’s clearly targeting your child.
But if you aren’t, you might be tempted to skip that, and instead take a closer look at the ads in question, which might make you think twice before buying a product or service from a brand.
Below, we’ll give you the lowdown on some of the most annoying and distracting ads we’ve found in our tests, so you can decide if you should give up on them.
What’s an annoying ad?
If you’re like most consumers, you probably know at least one ad that you find annoying every day.
These ads are often created by the advertising industry itself, and often are aimed at children, with some being more egregious than others.
Here are some examples of ads that we’ve flagged as being particularly obnoxious.
The ad that started it all: The ad you see at the top of this post is a classic one, featuring a cute dog.
It’s not meant to be seen by adults, but it’s pretty annoying.
“Your dog needs a big treat and he wants one!” reads the ad.
But it’s not just puppies that are targeted by this ad.
There’s a lot of stuff going on in the ad, including an ad featuring an attractive woman, a young boy, and a cat.
The fact that you can’t see the cat or the young boy makes the ad even more annoying.
It also includes the tagline “This is a cat-loving family, so it’s no surprise that they like cats.”
It’s an example of a potentially annoying ad, but not as annoying as the one above.
The “no pets” sign in the middle: This is a cute, cute dog sign, which has been used by a company for decades.
“Don’t worry, your dog will be fine.
We’ve tested our dogs and they’re fine!” reads one of the company’s ads, which is actually an advert for the pet store Petco.
And the company also uses the sign in a more innocuous spot.
The sign is a bit less cute than the “no animals” one above, but still pretty annoying for its lack of care for the dog.
You can see the sign and read more about Petco’s controversial policy here.
The dog sign in general: This one is more subtle than the others, but is still annoying for the lack of an actual dog.
“Our dog is a wonderful companion, and you can find him in our pet store,” reads the pet-store sign.
“If you can spot our dog in the sign, it means you like dogs,” reads a follow-up ad, which shows a cute looking dog.
The company also says that the dog’s owner “cares about him and treats him like a family member.”
But the company has also shown a lot more concern for the poor quality of the sign than other brands.
You’ll notice the lack, however, for the name of the dog, which should be in bold.
“Pets, dogs, and pets.”
This is another one that’s not intended to be viewed by children, but does seem to be targeted at adults.
“There’s a cute little kitten waiting to play with you,” reads one ad.
“Meet the best little kitten in the world!” reads another ad, this one showing a cute kitten and a pet-shopping toy.
This one also uses an image of a cat, which may be meant to appeal to pet owners.
But this ad also uses a cute cat in its ad, as well as the tag line “Meet our adorable little cat, Bully.”
The dog, too, appears in the same ad.
The kitten and toy ad both show the same cute kitten, but this time the kitten has a dog’s face on its chest.
“Look at this adorable little kitten!” reads an ad.
And this one also features a cute-looking dog, with the tag “Meet Bully, our adorable puppy!”
The dog is also shown in a different ad, though it’s shown with a different dog’s nose and face.
The cute puppy is shown with an equally cute-sounding voice, but its face is different.
“Baby, let’s play together,” reads an advert, which includes an ad with an adorable baby face and a dog.
But these ads are meant for parents, and the ads show the children being entertained by the ads, too.
The ads in general have been used for decades, and they are used in various situations to sell products and services.
There have been a number of cases in which companies have tried to market themselves to children with these ads, such as the “Dogs on Ice” campaign, which involves selling toys to children and giving them