Monday, June 26, 2006

Taglines are DUMB: Tobacco Edition.

A tobacco company encouraging trueness? That's rich with flavor, RJ Reynolds. And wait a minute. What about Phillip Morris' True brand cigarettes? Logic suggests that their tagline should then be—Be Kool (or Cool?), true? (headache) Goddamnit, I've stumbled upon an enigma wrapped in a clusterfuck surrounded by a...nevermind.
previously:
Taglines are DUMB: Summer Solstice Edition.
Taglines are DUMB: #4.
Taglines are DUMB: NYC Auto Show Edition.
Taglines are DUMB: #3.
Taglines are DUMB: #2.
Taglines are DUMB: #1.

5 Comments:

Blogger ohoney said...

No smoking
unless you're on fire

6:11 PM  
Blogger Rikki said...

Mmmmm truth serum smokes.

9:17 PM  
Anonymous archeress said...

i hate misspelled words as a gimmick in advertising: kool, toys "r" backwards us, artic ice (did coors realize there is no such word?), etc. but i love it when you use clusterfuck and enigma in the same sentence.

10:47 PM  
Anonymous petroleumjelliffe said...

Saw that this morning in the Onion. The copy read "You don't have to be a musician to be creative." But you do need to smoke a menthol cigarette to look like an asshat.

1:24 PM  
Blogger concha said...

i'm forwarding this to alex.

5:45 PM  

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