It’s every advertiser’s dream to create an ad that gets plastered all over the internet, but that also depends on if your audience can actually see the ad. Whoever made this ad might want to learn a little about their audience.
We’re sure this Braille bookstore has some amazing stock, but they might want to rethink their selected medium when it comes to marketing.
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For many, it can take years and years before they get their first experience with osteoporosis. Often, it comes from a lifelong lack of calcium. Now that sounds like a lot of work and dedication, especially if you like dairy.
But who has time for that? Why would you go through that when you can get it right here for free?
Long Yellow Things
These long yellow things were once so prolific they were called bananas, but things have changed, and with it, society has forgotten how to correctly pronounce their name. Say it with us, "BA-NA-NA."
These long curved fruits grow in clusters and have soft pulpy flesh with yellow skin when ripe. They are tropical in origin and were considered a tasty, healthy snack back in the day, but now they're only known as 'long yellow things.'
John Lennon once sang that instant karma was going to get you, and he turned out to be more right than he could've known. For proof, behold these signs placed right beside one another.
Eating a 'croissanwich' at Burger King might make your morning twice as delicious, but is it worth it? Just ask the people in charge of the sign to the left.
Now, this pop-up ad would be funny if it wasn't so tragic! Google sure knows who to target when displaying ads. This one, however, may not have been at the exact right moment. Those who want to go on cruises typically don't search for ships about to sink.
Luckily they captured this awkward yet hilarious screenshot of two very different cruise experiences.