Every time I pass a quizno's, I fondly remember those Hell lemurs.
One of the earliest documented cases of the internet escaping into the real world.
Hello, my name is Diane Wasperson. I have an MBA in viral marketing. The Stanford MBA program in viral marketing prepares students for a new internet world where hot viral clips can be exploited to achieve branding among client's target demographics, particularly the lucrative 15-25 demographic.
Some of the questions covered in class included:
* How do you Google the most viral content available?
* How do you know when a video is cool?
* How do you develop novel viral marketing approaches for clientèle target demographic system branding consumer applications?
Please send me the "coolest" videos. I need help!!!
Google "Ruby Tuesday demolition" and see exactly how NOT to achieve this goal.
3 quiznos near my apartment went out of business within a year of each other.
That makes me hella want a sandwich.
love the sandwiches but never feel inclined to use the pepper bar, ever
But the pepper bar is great!
More at http://www.rathergood.com
Joel tried to sue Coca Cola once for plagiarism, didn't he? Anyone know how that worked out?
Oh yeah the office administrator where I worked at the time this ad was current swore off Quizno's forever because of how badly she was creeped out by these things.
On April 1 I pranked her by making this ad her browser's start page.
My wife refuses to eat there after they ran an ad where a guy digs a Quizno's sub out of a garbage can and eats it. I may be able to get her to retch just by bringing it up.
It must be nice to be your wife. I've eaten things that have been thrown away before.
That damned "We Like The Moon" song got into my head and stayed there for about three months. I was ready to cut my head off just to end the torment. Thanks for the reminder.
I once quit working at Quiznos after working there for one day because the manager screamed at me for sweeping too slowly and kicked another employee.
I hate this commercial and categorically object to its existence but this place has a weird culture about one-starring things
As far as my personal star-anomics theory is concerned, the reason you gave is perfectly valid. Sympathy one-star.
mmm... $8 lunch.
this was terrible
Quiznos has never had a better campaign before or since.
There are no Quiznos anywhere that exist in an enormous unattached store like that. They're all teeny tiny and crammed next to other things in strip malls.
These things aren't very amusing, but five stars for having the balls to put them in a national ad campaign.
I remember seeing this on the TV and being convinced that the person I was dating at the time was, in fact, so crazy that I had also become crazy, because I could not be seeing what I was seeing.
|Jeff Fries |
WE TOAST OUR SUBS WHY DO YOU GO TO SUBWAY
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Quiznos is horrible. This commercial isn't.
OH HAHA ITS SO RANDOM
5 for the jumping-off point for the internet melding with television.
I've eaten at Quizno's exactly once in my life and was thoroughly underwhelmed.
Screw the haters, I like this commercial.
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