This poster has really been bothering me. It’s false advertising, right? Right?
11 year olds should be in charge of all marketing in my opinion. Here is a sign for a bake sale they are having (forgive the “bak”, English is not their first language). It’s the slogan at the bottom that’s the best.
No, I’m sorry. The display windows have gone too far. This does not make me want to buy their clothes.
Can you really just pick any celebrity’s name and start up a clothing chain?
Looking for hats on Amazon today. I usually pick Ladies, Small, but the categories are getting a bit too specific:
I’m so glad the bottom of this warning on my tea box tells me that I should check with a doctor. If I get my medical advice from the tea box, maybe I’m not competent enough to think of that myself. I think I’m going to call the tea company to see if my current medication works ok with alcohol.
Why does this bother me? I’m not sure, but it just does. Maybe it’s just that it would be sad to have McDonald’s hamburgers for Christmas. Also, when does bacon equal Christmas?
Saw this altered poster in the subway. Good job!