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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Jupiter, Sep 10, 2017.
Thanks for sharing, Nolan.
That's because the low-grade morons from Madison Avenue think that the ONLY thing that counts is having someone remember the ad. Never thinking that someone might remember it so that they can specifically avoid the product. Or that how they structure the ad reflects on who their customer is. I don't want to be an old lady in a white room. I don't want to be an aggressive robot pushing ice cream on such a woman. I don't want to be the guy taunting Bigfoot. I don't want to be the girlfriend-less guys eating fish sandwiches. Therefore, I avoid those products.
Okay, I see your point, but it appears is kind of thing actually boosts sales somehow...
Actually...it's pretty well proven that with these really clever ads, people remember the ad very well, but they seldom remember the product itself.
Does anybody remember the actual brand of the ice cream?
That was much funnier than I was expecting.
"Everyone you love is gone..."
. . . Hit that Bigsby . . .
Ice cream is really made out of people.
Exactly what is Philadelphia Style Ice Cream?
Oops, sorry ... that's Texas
(also see post re: Katie Layne Quackenbush - You just can't make this stuff up
Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Middleman)
Whatthe? That was just very bizarre, and I'm sure it doesn't come close to a lot of commercials you see over there in Japan, right Jup?