Some very odd adverts on tellybox for shampoo and dental care. Since when has shampoo needed to be declared 'gluten free' or 'vegan'? I cannot remember the last time I used shampoo containing fish or meat, or conditioned with a pint of milk or a jar of honey? I know some shampoos used to say they contained honey but is it really necessary to advertise shampoo as vegan? Makes vegans look daft and needy IMO. And even if wheat is used, I'm washing my hair in it, not eating it, so even if coeliac I'm not going to suffer from a swift hairwash. And dental care? Toothbrushes and toothpaste is always advertised by females who have to ask blindingly obvious questions ('which is better, a manual or eelectric toothbrush?') to a female dentist. Do men not clean their teeth and are there no male dentists?