Wednesday, June 24, 2015

A Commercial to Remember or to Forget

Here is a commercial currently on TV.  Forty-one seconds of innovative advertising.



I really don't know what to say.




30 comments:

  1. lol ummm, yeah, like she'd really eat that. That just sounds nasty

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    1. ...and she didn't even need a napkin!

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    1. Do you think there were enough stereotypes? Did they have the jets fly in formation?

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  3. Nothing is more American than clogged arteries.

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    1. The advertising tech who came up with this one must be moving up the ladder of success.

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  5. I give up! The girl or the burger? Whos the most delicious, don't torture me, lol.

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    1. I personally like the boat, but then I don't eat burgers and I like guys.

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  6. I'm sorry, was there a burger in that commercial?
    I guarantee that model has never tasted anything from Carl's Jr..

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    1. Usually Carl's Jr. has the condiments drip down her "chest". Sometimes she licks her finger with ketchup from her "chest". That one got pulled mighty fast.

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  7. I have no idea what to say either.

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  8. Oh dear.
    Glad that we didn't see the svelte beauty sticking her fingers down her throat to ensure that she has not inhaled any of those calories...

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  9. If it was that good, why did she only eat one bite in 41 seconds?

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    1. She was the only one in the hot tub, so she didn't have to fight for the other burgers....the other models were doing swimsuit spreads.

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  10. Funny how they have these little girls eating these burgers. If they really were, I don't think they'd be so little.

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    1. I think the Model Laws allow for one bite only, every month.

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  11. Hi Susan,

    41 seconds of totally misleading advertising.

    Gary

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    1. Funny how quickly the burger ceased to be the focus.

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  12. So the burger comes with a hot tub on a truck?
    There's enough food on that one burger to feed me for a week!
    Imagine eating one of those every single day (*~*)

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  13. I have to go with forget. It seems like a joke although I know it isn't.

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    1. Absolutely--humor overlays the product.

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  14. It's obvious what philosophy of advertising Carl's Jr uses. I'm usually not encouraged to buy their messy burgers, but a few times my sense of hunger weirdness has been aroused. I pay no attention to the women--it's all about the burgers for me:)

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  15. Thanks for your honesty, Lee. We haven't been to Carl's Jr. much, unless we are really really hungry.

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Go ahead...it won' t hurt...I'd love to hear what you think!