Charmin Commercial Analysis

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Register to read the introduction… For example, the author of this commercial obviously thinks that Charmin is the number one brand for toilet paper. That is all an opinion though because everybody has different tastes. Since the author believes that Charmin is the best toilet paper around, it must also mean that the author believes that it is the softest and longest lasting toilet paper.

Another appeal that is used is pathos. The bears set off an emotional aspect that gets the audience to watch the commercial. They are so lovable, unlike most real bears, and they are cute. The commercial makes some people have sympathy for the bears and they continue to watch until the end. The environment that the bears are in is bright with the sun shining in the blue sky. It gives off a happy tone. It also gets the families to watch the commercial. The bears are good for all members of the family and they are great attention

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