If you’re looking at this sign and thinking you have no idea what it’s trying to tell you, you’re not alone. We think they were going for “take it easy” but ended up taking it so easy and putting so little effort into it that they came up with “take easy it.”
We wish someone would just tell designers typography can be hard to pull off, which is actually why we shouldn’t take it easy at all.
An Absolute Fail
Whoever was in charge of this must have thought that this is a great idea. We'll just put the word 'absolute' on a dress and let a model wear it; what could possibly go wrong? Oh, so much could go wrong, so much!
In this case, the problem is that at a certain angle, with some letters hidden, the word absolute can suddenly spell an improper term used to describe women.
Good Job Rhyming
At least Jay Oreman doesn't take himself too seriously; that's always a nice quality in a man! Especially as his billboards must be plastered all over town, advertising his services as a realtor.
And just for being such a good sport, we'd give Jay a call. If we need to find a home, that is. For our combing needs, we'll try someone else.
Thanks for the Reminder
What a downer of an advert... Yes, we know we won't be able to afford to retire in today's economic climate, but why use this bleak prospect to try to sell us some expensive, bulky boots?
With such a disheartening message, we wouldn't be surprised if Timberland doesn't do so well. Good luck depressing your clientele into buying your overpriced shoes!
This poor man's face says it all. We're slightly shocked yet very amused that this ad made it through quality control! The two ladies sitting next to him seem all too oblivious to his clearly uncomfortable expression.
Luckily, this is only an advert and not real life! Can you imagine anything worse than having to go through this? The horror!