Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Sentence structure- It means something

This ad for a charity really could have been worded better.





From Fail Blog.

15 comments:

The Mother said...

Being a pathologist and all, this comment could get very, very strange. So I'm going to just leave it at that.

Moose said...

BBBBBRRRRRAAAAAAIIIIIIINNNNNNNNSSSSS

Paige Storm said...

*mouth gapes wide open*

Anonymous said...

Soylent green is people.

Anonymous said...

Grody to the max!

Anonymous said...

That's like the Colonial Penn commercial where the woman asks the lady at the mailbox how she's doing since her mom died, and the mailbox lady says, "I'm so sad..Oh hey! Her life insurance check is already here! Great!"

Cthulhu Sashimi said...

SubZero Freezers and the Jeffrey Dahmer Foundation, along with the estates of Walt Disney and Ted Williams, are joining forces to make the world a little better...

Gen said...

Please consider signing your organ donor card today!

terri c said...

Someone beat me to the Soylent Green reference. Nice poster!

Anonymous said...

I don't really care to find out what the meaning of this ad. It could be a behest or a trust set up to benefit hungry people, but still that's pretty bad taste, too.

Anonymous said...

^^ Anon, hungry people can't help having a bad taste - they have no fat! Everyone knows fat-free foods have a weird taste....

- - - A lil birdie

Anonymous said...

Oh my.

Parchment said...

Hm, she looks kinda tough and stringy... not sure if want...

missaunt said...

One would think if a non-profit is going to the trouble to go after estate donations, they could at least put together a non-offensive ad to solicit these people.

Christopher said...

100 people? After setting up my kids play structure today I could have finished an old lady like that on my own.

 
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