Posts Tagged ‘advertising’

…and says Know Who The Fucking Boss is, Bitch?  It’s Tupperware motherfucker, that’s fucking who!  You can’t think of anything more awesome than Danny Pintauro, parties and cheap plastic kitchenware, other than Danny Pintauro, parties and cheap plastic kitchenware at the same time. That made you hot, didn’t it? Of course it did, but Danny doesn’t judge, he just profits.

Danny Pintauro knows it takes brass plastic fuckin’ balls to sell Tupperware.  


And you know Danny Pintauro always fucking closes because he attacks that sale like a rabid St. Bernard, bitches.

Is this wrong?

Posted: November 8, 2010 by Sean M. in Baconblogging, Random Crap
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Local meat company Farmer John ran a cutesy ad campaign here in SoCal concurrent with the election trying to get people to vote for the bacon-wrapped hot dog as “The Official Hot Dog of L.A.” They even donated food to local food banks for every online vote. So far, so good. But something about the final ad seems a little off to me…

They’re using the “Marines’ Hymn” in a commercial about hot dogs. There are all kinds of patriotic songs they could have used, but it seems to me like using that particular music just isn’t quite right.

Am I wrong here? I’d especially like to hear the opinions of readers who are vets or have family members who have served our country.

Update: Fine. Because some guy who shall remain nameless pitched a bitch about it on some other blog that shall remain nameless, here’s some crap about unlicensed bacon-wrapped hot dog carts getting shut down by L.A. health department officials.

Never let it be said that I never did anything for you, m*s*bl**.