Goodness, you guys are quite sarcastic, aren't you?
Location is actually Deep Cove North Shore Marina & Rentals (North Vancouver)
Yeah, it's not working on me (not tempted to pick up an e-cig but then I quit the habit proper and am supposedly not the target anyway since I am a quitter)... But I can see how this could work. e-Cigs are put on the map, no longer that odd device someone bought in Hong Kong ten years ago, but I actually see people using these in bars.
This just might put Blu on the map. E-Cigs are going to be a thing.
The article is pointing out that the terribly offended vegetarians are inadvertently creating more press (earned media) about an ad that is based on a very old joke about teenagers phases. Word about the 24 burgers, one that can call itself vegetarian apparently, is spreading far and wide now. These people who love animals so much they chose to be vegetarian just because they love animals? I don't think they spend money in an establishment where 23 burgers are made of meat, I think that their animal-loving conscience would hinder that. In other words, I'm calling bullshit on the complaining comments made on facebook&twitter.
The Red Robin ad is making fun of teenagers and their finicky phases. The ad below is directly mocking vegetarians. "Pick your battles" my old boss used to say. He had a point.
Now, you are aware, that I - as the site founder, creator, main programmer and resident "insensitive cunt" as you've dubbed me - can see your tofricking IP number, Kaufmann/Dannel? No? Well, trust me I can, and I can see that you opened that tab again, gave yourself a brand new name and pretended you didn't make the three previous comments.
Just like those vegetarians who say they used to love the garden burger but now will never go back, you're lying, and it's showing.
I guess I instinctively laugh whenever I see Dorff. Not sure if it was SFW or City of Industry that first made me feel this way.
But if it works, it works.
This is great.
This has to be the only adsite where the comments veer into Dworkin, and the main writer joins in to correct the absurd misconceptions about her body of work. And they say people in our industry are uneducated.
Yes, it's stupid. If they're not sending the chicken into space it's just a silly retro-looking ad, mocking the space race which is fair enough as a concept. But if they're actually going to send a chicken burger into space? No. That's just dumb. This isn't a Red Bull moment, stop yanking our chains. Place that tongue firmly back into cheek and continue doing silly colonels.
This will go down in history as one of the biggest advertising stunts that ever was. KFC and their space-chicken can suck it.
Looking back at this now that vaping has become big business... It kind of worked, didn't it?
Fascinating. Almost makes more sense to have viewers first watch the making of, understand the work put in, and then watch the finished final product.
This is just a long fail.
This is brilliantly weird.
Tis stoopid. I like it.
There can be no better way of enjoying a road trip with kids than hiring a MPV.