Every person on Earth needs some love in their life, but when “Sunil Das Sharma” tweeted at Old Spice, he should have known he wasn’t going to get the kind of response he wanted. The company that makes your man smell like those other men (or whatever it is) told Sharma to head to the place where all the most desperate eventually end up: Tinder.
We aren’t sure if the advice helped, but Sharma can take comfort from the fact that Old Spice responded to his tweet pretty quickly.
Too Much Work Went Into This
Smart Cars are tiny vehicles that can hold up to two people. Due to their tiny size, they're often mocked, and “Clayton Hove” on Twitter brought out one of the old gems to give his followers a chuckle.
The “Official Smart USA” account gave him a response that looks more like a science project than a social media post. Inside the picture it included, it pointed out that it would take something like four-point-five million pigeons to wreck a Smart Car. How they figured that out is beyond us, and no, we don't want to know.
There are lots of examples of brands smacking down smack-talking buyers, or companies going toe-to-toe, but what about two entirely unrelated brands having fun on social media? That's the case here, as fan-favorite MoonPie gets a pic from Monterey Bay Aquarium, stating that they know where the gooey, mushy marshmallow filling comes from.
The two brands then get in a back and forth about jellyfish anatomy. They don't have brains or hearts, or really much of anything. Also, they aren't made of marshmallows or even jelly, so don't try to eat them. It won't work out well for you.
Can't Dethrone the Queen
We all have different opinions when it comes to who slings the best fast-food burgers, but unless it's Wendy's they're wrong. Quick with a joke, Wendy's has become one of the more popular choices thanks to social media.
When IHOP (International House of Pancakes) made a dramatic shift toward selling more than just breakfast food, some people thought Wendy's was throwing in the towel. But what is an ant to a lion, Wendy's says. We have to admit that they have a point. Burgers aren't the most complicated things in the world, but they probably take more work than flapjacks.
We love it when two people we hate are fighting. No matter who loses, we win. Conan took a shot at Netflix's collection of original shows and movies, and then Netflix pointed out the man has more than a thousand episodes of his show.
The problem with this is that each of those is an episode, not an entire movie or show. Additionally, Conan has the last laugh, as most of the original content Netflix pumps out is forgettable at best.