A new survey suggests that up to 100 % of smoking adverts have developed serious health conditions in the past twenty years. Adverts which have developed tumours make up 50 % of the population, with the remaining 50 % either having fertility problems or lung diseases.
"It's quite surprising that the adverts are so actively flourishing given their dwindling health. It's almost as if the ailments are feeding their growth", remarked one doctor.
"In fact only yesterday I encountered a smoking advert that was literally just a tumour. No surprise really, seeing as it had a cigarette in its mouth, if you can call it that."
NHS representatives have recently called for a greater effort from the Government to put pressure on the adverts to cut down on their smoking habits. "There is an obvious correlation between the adverts' smoking and the number of tumours they have. I think a more targeted advertising campaign demonstrating the adverse effects of smoking is needed to prevent further damage being done", said a worried man working in advertising.