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I have to say that the use of the word 'gooder' in the new gain ad is down right annoying. It is hard enough to get kids to speak and use English correctly without them hearing such non-words on TV. I am not asking for perfect grammer but it would be nice if you at least stuck to words that are an actual part of the English language. My Mother is a teacher in her words, "That (the ad) is enough to make me stop buying Gain, and I like Gain." I use your product but my family and I will NOT support the misuse of the English language. Stop the ad or my next laundry purchase will be with any company but yours. Sorry but that is just how we feel.


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BBnlw says: (4 years ago)
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"gooder" is more than annoying and I fully agree with you that I don't want my children picking up bad grammar from a commercial. I emailed them at ILoveGain.com and urge you to do the same.



barefacts says: (4 years ago)
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I won't purchase Gain for the simple fact that their commercial with "gooder" is in such poor taste.



Goodergood says: (4 years ago)
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hey it is GRAMMAR! not GRAMMER!




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