just in time for eliza's pecan squares

IMAGE REMOVED AS CLIENT GETS SCARED THE PEOPLE ARE NOTICING THEIR CAMPAIGN.

Obesity's the bomb, yo. Great. Just what we needed. A giant poster to remind us of how dangerous our over eating of pecan squares, and white trash, and apple nut squares, and monkey bread, and chocolate is. Eliza, our copywriter, loaded us down with the biggest gift of sugary goodness you've ever seen. And, some milk too. And then I find this ad. I think it's a sign. Let me go get another pecan square, and contemplate this.

UPDATE: At the request of their ad agency, we've removed the image of sticks of butter strapped to a belly like a suicide bomb. You'll have to conger up the image in your own imagination. It was a good ad. It was an effective ad. But the client got all nervous. Got cold feet. And so, now, we've got boring text on the top of this entry.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Why do you automatically assume there was butter in those recipes?

hal said...

Why not use the image with the noose made of sausage?

It's not as good as the butter-bomb, but it still gets the message across.

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