Clock advertisements

In more than 90 % of advertisements related to wrist-watches and wall clocks, the time displayed is always 10:10 (ten past ten). You can see for yourself. I wonder why this is so.

Can it be explained by someone ?

Mostly it is 10:10 or 1:50 and It comes from the analog clocks and makes a "V" sign , for victory :P

Anyway, just an assumption but have a look at this Google search page

http://www.google.com/search?q=clock&hl=en&prmd=imvnsr&source=lnms&tbm=isch&ei=mI6STt_FB5SWhQfylpXiDw&sa=X&oi=mode_link&ct=mode&cd=2&ved=0CBYQ_AUoAQ&biw=1440&bih=701

You can see that various times are shown on clocks. However you noticed something interesting,, I will try to search the logic behind.

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Mostly it is 10:10 or 1:50 and It comes from the analog clocks and makes a “V” sign , for victory :P

Anyway, just an assumption but have a look at this Google search page

http://www.google.co…iw=1440&bih=701

You can see that various times are shown on clocks. However you noticed something interesting, I will try to search the logic behind.

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You are right, but when looking at advertisements on various magazines, this has been observed.

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You are right, but when looking at advertisements on various magazines, this has been observed.

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Look at the following weblinks of words most popular brands and observe for yourself

http://www.rolex.com/

http://www.longines.com/

Meets with the sign of Free masons. B)

Geniuses think like that....but why on this forum?? :-p

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Geniuses think like that…but why on this forum?? :-p

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Unfortunately, I am a member of this forum. B)