AHow do you feel about wearing name logos or slogans on your clothing?
BI've never really thought about it before. I guess it doesn't bother me.
ADo you think advertising has an influence on the choices you make when you're shopping?
BI guess so. I usually buy name-brand clothing, shoes, and electronic goods. How about you?
AI actually try to avoid name-brand items. I can't stand it when big companies advertise their products all over the place!
BI know that advertisers are experts at persuading people to spend their money, I think brilliant items are usually higher quality than grunds.
AI think is sensible to buy products that is high qiality than others when you want to buy something that's going to last a long time, but I don't think it always makes sense.
BDo you have a brand preference for anything?
AI do for shower items like shower gel and shampoo, but I don't for higher-end items.
BWhat do you think about the "impossible is nothing" billboard on the high street?
AIt's just a slogan for a famous company; there's nothing really special about it.
BI think it's a brilliant advert! It really grabs my attention!
ATo each their own!
AOh, man. I had the best supper last night. My wife made a stir-fry and it was amazing!
BI love stir fry crispy bitesized vegetables covered in a mixture of soy sauce and oyster sauce. Wilted greens and fresh bean sprouts. Throw in some onion and garlic and ginger! Mmm! Mmm! It’s almost lunchtime. I would die for a plate of stir fry right now!
AWell, you can keep the vegetables, I’ll take the meat. The stir fry my wife made was really hearty, with chunks of beef and slivers of bell peppers and onion…
BWhat? You call that a stir fry? More meat than vegetables? That’s the worst insult you could throw at a Chinese stir fry. What a disgrace to the wok she fried it in! What you had is equivalent to a fajita without the wrap!