Kinda like “shampoo and conditioner” but worse.
So wait, does this mean “Iron Means Iron?” Or does the first iron cancel out the second iron and that they are really saying is “MEANS?!” I think I just blew my own mind.
I think when Home Depot sponsored Nine Inch Nails’ “Sheetrock Tour” the Stones were all:
“WHO DOES TRENT REZNOR THINK HE IS?! GET US A CORPORATE SPONSOR NOW!!”
other bonus throwaway jokes include:
“Can’t ya hear me knockin’ because this package cannot be delivered without a signature”
“I can’t get no overnight shipping”
“Sympathy For The Bubble Wrap”
“Give my 2 pound package shelter”
Luckily I found this urinal just in time. WHEW!
Because otherwise we would scare the children?
Why? Did I screw up getting dressed again?? Shit!!
I dunno. Why do you advertise?
Because loincloths are SO 10,000 BC?
Because you came up with an ad campaign so stupid I could write these jokes all day
Three steps?!? I thought you just pull them off the shelf and stomp on them!
Think of the poor designer who was saddled with this assignment. And copywriter.
It’s a soap dispenser. Yeah, it’s foamy. Maybe, by virtue of the foamy it is light. But does it need to be called Light and Foamy?
And, let’s not forget, the attorney who filed the register Lite’n Foamy
…said the agency who sold the client on this cute/cool concept. Sure, even if it’s Staten Island, they’ll just be like,
“Whoa, cute logo. Hip. Cool. I’m down!”
Then they’ll say,
“Whoa … why am I on a ferry? Not cool.”
Fashion now, Fashion now!
This is just lazy, uh, copywriting. If you can call it copywriting. As Dada-ist poetry, it’s brilliant.