I saw an ad today for eHarmony.com, featuring a little girl whose teacher met someone online. She runs into her grandfather's office (the grandfather played by eHarmony founder Dr. Neil Clark Warren) and alerts him that he met someone on "one of those other sites, not eHarmony.com." She goes on, "I told him it would never last. ... eHarmony.com has made way more marriages than anyone else, and eHarmony.com has all the hot babes."
This ad creeps me out for a few reasons -- top of the list being that eHarmony has a history of discriminating against non-white, non-conservative, non-heterosexual, and non-Christian people. (Individually, not just people who check all four boxes.) But also because it's essentially an attack ad against other dating sites, pushing to de-legitimize online dating as a general category in order to puff up its own status as the exception to the rule.
Also, I dislike ads that use children as props to represent purity of thought and simple truth. See, for example, this series of AT&T commercials: