You wouldn't mind sharing a mortgage with him John? Or more?
What a charmer Barbara is. It is the slurping thing which would be the decider for me... Shallow aren't I?
EC, I think that the slurping did not add to the ad at all. A cold and hard stare or a shrug of the shoulders would have been better.
Yes, great character. I wonder why they didn't persevere with her; maybe because her character was uncomfortably close to our bank experiences.
I agree, Victor, I thought we'd get to enjoy more ads with Barbara but it was a short-lived love affair!
Victor, indeed she was. I think there were four ads featuring Barbara, but this in my opinion was the best.Jayne, I don't think the ANZ was any paragon of virtue against the other three banks. All as bad as each other and still are.
I like barbara she is honest if a bit rough around the edges a true bank person.Merle........
Merle, you are clearly not in need of a mortgage. My favourite line is about the kids...You want more? Of them?
Very INTERESTing. I have a preference for the old time and western cowboy type bank robbers. Today's robbers sit behind a desk in the bank waiting to pounce. Gotcha.
Vest, much easier to rob the poor now, rather than wealthy bankers (shouldn't there be w substitute in bankers?) as used to happen.
Haha! I remember Barbara.. very happy we don't need a mortgage 😀
Grace, she is not agreeable at all. I wonder if they got their mortgage.
I like the first bank lady. Lol.
She is a rough and tough piece.
Barbara reminds me of Pauline Hanson :(Unless I'm mistaken, the male actor is the one who now plays a single dad in Love Child.
River, I thought that myself about Barbara and Pauline. If John thinks he is hot, maybe we need a name of the actor in Love Child.
Matthew Le Nevez, plays the character Jim Marsh.
Bring Barbara back I say. We need more laughs in ads.
Carol, a funny ad does grab my attention.