With the extended Thanksgiving weekend, many of us will binge watch television shows or maybe catch a Hallmark Christmas movie. And, with all of this couch time, we will get plenty of commercials! Do any of you have a favorite commercial? Some of my favorite commercials get me with the song track (the Adele song with the Mercedes and the tween son who had to get to a movie date during a blizzard by way of his parents’ Mercedes). Other commercials get me with the cute family. Remember the Ikea commercial where the son returns home from college and his parents converted his room into an expanded kitchen? But this toilet paper commercial got me!
But this toilet paper commercial that really isn’t about toilet paper in the traditional sense, is a favorite (excluding ALL of the classic Hallmark greeting card classic commercials). It tells the story of a father and daughter and how so many life moments take place in the bathroom.
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Have you seen this commercial? The message is amazing and although the scenes take place in the bathroom, it is not about our bathroom habits. It shares the relationship between a single dad and his daughter as they both navigate the tween years together. Well done Angel Soft!
PS There is a new Angel Soft father-daughter commercial where the cute, single dad shows his daughter how to shave her legs. Oh…. I love it! Maybe because my husband and daughter have a similar relationship. Where he would do the same thing in that situation. Read below for how my daughter’s alteration squad orchestrated by her dad for every single dance in high school.
Toilet Paper Commercial
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Source: Angel Soft
The Role of Fathers in a Daughter’s Life
This commercial resonated with me because of my daughter and husband (her daddy) pre-dance alterations routine. His job? To make sure her dress fit in all the right places for all of her dances. With a stack of safety pins and a few spring clamps (wink) from the garage, he would get to work. I imagine he will do the same when his baby girl gets fitted for a wedding dress.
We need more commercials about the role of dads in their daughters’ lives.
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