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A term referring to the amount of advertisement that any one object or media receives in an inverse proportion, also known as the Law of Inverse Advertising. Where in due to budget constraints of any project the amount spent to advertise must ultimately take away from the quality of the product itself. This can be seen mainly in film and television.
"Have you seen the that trailer for the new Sci-Fi movie? It looks good and I see ads for ever everywhere."
-"Im calling Loughman's law."
by Lupus553 January 12, 2017
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