If these socks are truly meant for football fans, then how come they couldn’t get even the simplest of details, right? The lines alternate between 30 and 40 yards, making it nearly impossible to make actual progress on this field.
Think of listening to a sports anchor talking about a player running on this imaginary field. He’d probably say something like, “He’s at the 40, the 30, the 40.” These socks failed to reach their target demographic.
What Are Acronyms Again?
Whoever designed this sign looked around and realized that acronyms are all the rage when it comes to advertising.
There's just one problem; it seems that he didn't really get what acronyms actually stand for. For the designer, an acronym is an acronym for I have no idea how to do my job, but I can fake it till I make it, right?
Odds Are, It Probably Is Haunted
Real-estate rule of thumb: if a house for sale on the market is advertised as “Not Haunted,” it is, more likely than not, haunted. In our personal opinion, this sounds like something a ghost realtor would say!
Despite this attempt to bring more attention to his business, we're sure this did the opposite, which is why we're calling this a marketing nightmare. Regardless of these claims, we’re still quite skeptical. What do you think?
Unable to Help
Parking spaces for differently abled people is extremely important. People who park in them without need deserve their own parking space in hell.
This time though, the fault is in the design. For some reason, the disabled parking place is placed next to a wall making it almost impossible for anyone — disabled or not — to actually park there. Remember that bad design choices influence real people.
This sign excels in honesty, but it's still hard to believe someone would want to get in there. Maybe they should have thought of a better advertising technique. Possibly one that doesn't put all the cards on the table at once.
Feeding our bodies and getting gas for our cars are two things we know we would walk into a roadside joint for. But only when that separation is firmly held, which may not be the case here at Sherrill's.