j_d_mcnugent wrote:its a bad song. and i guarantee verizon has no idea what the song is about. they probably just picked a top single and went with it. reminds me of a mcdonalds ad i saw on the train going to work. a picture of a big mac and the words "i'd hit it." really? they'd have sex with a sandwhich? who is greenlighting this stuff?
McD's is a whole other story. Do their commercials seem desperately urban to anyone else? Like "we relate to the kids, the teens and the hip-hop community." Basically, McD's knows the demographic with the most money to burn, and it's really suburban teenagers who THINK they're part of the hip-hop community. So what do we have in these ads? Young, urban, teenagers doing stupid things, making fun of each other and silly, dorky, "uncool" people and/or adults making jerks out of themselves because they'd do anything to "pound" a quarter pounder (with cheese).
I'm trying to figure this out. Also, whenever McDonalds comes out with a new sandwich or something, they have to offer all kinds of free stuff just so people will try it. Sorry McDonalds, everyone who eats at your horrible "restaurant" always gets the same thing every time. Big Mac for me, chicken nuggets for you, and a 10,000 calorie "fruit and yogurt parfait" for mom. OMG, McDonalds has apple pies! Just like mom used to make, in a little cardboard sleeve that doubles as a hashbrown warmer.
I hate McDonalds. I haven't eaten there since 2004 and I will go the rest of my life without eating there again. Until then, I'll just complain about their "badabahbah bahhhh... I'm vomiting!" ad campaign and the morons who eat there 6 days a week.