Ahh, the good old days when children were silent, women stayed in the kitchen, and the best things in life were wrapped in cellophane.
To be fair, this is an incredibly old ad. Back then, they didn’t know the dangers we know today. Ignorance certainly is bliss when nothing is dangerous, and you can trust everything you read. You know, just like we do with Instagram infographics.
Keep Off the Glass!
It might not be the smartest thing in the world to place an ad with the word "break" behind actual glass. Someone took the message from this ad a little too literally and decided it was time to break some glass and cause a real mess — a real 'glass' act if you ask us!
At this rate, advertisers should be very careful what they post on their signage; there might be some 'glass' warfare next time.
America can no longer hide behind the facade it once had of being a land of the free and the home of the brave. America is now known for being incredibly discriminatory and controversial. If not, these two adverts below wouldn't seem so compelling.
It would seem that discrimination in the twenty-first century in the United States is something quite ugly; hopefully, Americans can right their wrongs and be proud of something more worthy.
People Are Eating Children
What were they thinking when they put the word children there? Apparently, what whoever designed this sign meant to say is that there are both people eating and children in this area, which is why it's important to put a leash on your dog and clean up after it.
But from looking at the sign, you'd think that people are eating children in that area. This design fail is sure to make you break a smile.
Oh, Macky D's, America's go-to when it comes to cheap, fast, and astonishingly disappointing food, finally they've put up a slogan with a more accurate meaning to it. We'll venture a guess and say that this must be the work of a clever vandal.
Sure, there are many who savor their McDonald's meals, but that's only because they grew up with it, and there is something very comforting about familiar food.