|casualcollapse - 2019-05-02 |
You just got me to watch an advertisement so kudos for Burger King. Hbomberguy has gotten me to be a lot more aware of outrage marketing and in this case it worked for at least you. Reserving 5 or 1 stars until I decide how I feel about that
|BHWW - 2019-05-02 |
|Ugh - 2019-05-02 |
how does it feel
to flame broil like you do
|IrishWhiskey - 2019-05-02 |
If companies want to do educational PSAs for goodwill...fine. I can be aware it's cynically motivated, but still not hate it more than any other advertisement.
But this isn't a PSA, it's a music video trying to get people to buy "Unhappy Meals" that trivialize mental health issues while their hashtags and product are promoted rather than any helpful information. And whether they get positive or negative attention, people are talking about them.
I would say this is the nadir, but let's be real, it'll just keep getting worse. Five for evil.
The Unhappy Meal was one of the inventions that Dr. Forrester made. How far are we from seeing a real-life version of Johnny Longtorso?
|Seven Arts/H8 Red - 2019-05-02 |
Given that Burger King is now in the same family of fast-food chains as Tim Hortons and Popeyes, I expect TH to pull the trigger on a Roll Up the Rim to Go Fuck Yourself campaign.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2019-05-03 |
If I was out driving and I saw someone with a Yaaas Meal, I would feel morally obligated to run them over.
|Jimmy Labatt - 2019-05-04 |
The guy just pitched a $400 phone for getting ghosted. Doesn't he know how many whores that would buy? He deserves everything he gets.
|Marlon Brawndo - 2019-05-04 |
“The greatest hazard of all, losing one’s Whopper, can occur very quietly in the world, as if it were nothing at all. No other loss can occur so quietly; any other loss - a packet of mustard, a napkin, French fries, a Tinder date, etc. - is sure to be noticed.” - Soren Kierkegaard
|apiaryist - 2019-05-05 |
Most evil thing I've seen in a while.
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