We are so frickin‘ insane over here about the dumbest of shit in ads.
I think I've ranted about each one of these at some point, cool to see them all in one place.
#3 is one where I’ll say I prefer a link because I get huge clips from people sometimes, then I have to spend time uploading their stuff? No way. That’s what their interns are for.
Sometimes I embed clips but I don't like to make a habit of it. And the times I do want them to send a link, they don't. (Happens ALL the time.)
#7 is as long as any PR release should be. Short and sweet. “Here's the story. Hope you dig it. Here’s a link.”
Fucking DONE. If I dig it, I’ll find my own way into the story and blog about it. I don’t need the massive 10-page rational on why the PR agency thinks it’s cool.
#9a Just because the AE and the AD on the project viewed the clip, it is not viral until, oh, A MILLION OTHER PEOPLE PASS IT AROUND AND IT’S ALL THEY CAN TALK ABOUT.
#10 Also, see that thing on the main page? It’s called a name. Try using it. (It’s right by my email address.) I checked my birth certificate and FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE doesn’t seem to be on it anywhere.
#11 The move where I respond to whoever sent #1 and politely tell them thanks, but it’s something that wouldn’t be right for the blog, and they send me two more follow-ups ignoring the fact that I said I can’t use it.
@stimulans-In my mnd the cars are irrelevant though, the core idea is the same, no?
Maybe it's like Hugh's Gapingvoid but from a stalker. He leaves bc cards behind of the ones he follows?
Uh, the Rooney one is miles better because Nike did it. First. ;-p
That shit is brilliant and funny.
I’m waiting for someone to bring John Belushi back. That’d be a real hoot.
I knew the Careerbuilder chimps would find work.
I think it works.
While I can see the idea is the inspired by Dove, I don’t mind. It’s taking it a step further and I agree, at least they're talking with real people in mind. Certainly not the Uber Sex Nazis who kill with a stare found in the Victoria's Secret spots.
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