John Lewis Released Its New Christmas Ad This Morning And Everyone's Losing Their Shit Over It
"An old man looking into a house with a telescope to see a child. It's the essence of Christmas"
John Lewis may have released its most tear-jerking Christmas ad ever this morning and the internet has reacted amazingly.
Take a look at the tweets assembled below, some were in bits after seeing the Man on the Moon, while others had some major problems with the advert's scientific inaccuracies...
Check out the reactions below.
If you look carefully at the #ManOnTheMoon, you can see that the shadows are clearly in the wrong place leading me to think it was faked— Weasel (@KatieWeasel) November 6, 2015
An old man looking into a house with a telescope to see a child. It's the essence of Christmas.— Ronan Fitzgerald (@rmkf) November 6, 2015
The old man in #ManOnTheMoon is probs just Richard Branson in 30 years. Virgin Galactic didn't work out mate.— Josh Barrie (@joshbythesea) November 6, 2015
Daily Mail:— Larry the Cat (@Number10cat) November 6, 2015
IS MOON PERVERT SPYING ON YOUR KIDS?
Do helium balloons cause cancer?
Protect your pension - move to the moon#ManOnTheMoon
as a person who cries if a dog looks a bit sad, #JohnLewisXmasAd didn't make me weep so I'll be going instore for a refund— Hex Croucher ✨ (@lexcanroar) November 6, 2015
I thought the new John Lewis advert was pretty harsh to be fair pic.twitter.com/YgWHBvEDUv— TechnicallyRaarrrghh (@TechnicallyRon) November 6, 2015
That man is NOT sufficiently dressed for life on the moon. #JohnLewisXmasAd— CatherineRyanHoward (@cathryanhoward) November 6, 2015
#ManOnTheMoon looks thru his new telescope. Little girl holds up a sign:— Brona C Titley (@bronactitley) November 6, 2015
"DO U HAVE A MINUTE TO TALK ABOUT OUR LORD& SAVIOUR, JESUS CHRIST?"
"Older guy. Can accom. Looking for presents. Own place. Won't travel." #ManOnTheMoon— Harry Clayton-Wright (@HClaytonWright) November 6, 2015
So pretty much all of the UK is in tears over an old man who's now able to look through a little girl's bedroom window. #manonthemoon— Ryan Nelson (@RyanJohnNelson) November 6, 2015
"Thanks for the telescope kid, would it have been too much to send me an iPad? Netflix? Maybe some fookin' Jaffa cakes?" #manonthemoon— Brona C Titley (@bronactitley) November 6, 2015
Okay, now we've got to watch it again.