“…good to the last” customer drops dead?
Mr. Pillsbury needs to stop watching TV from the ’70s.
The healthier we can make you, the more trauma kits we can provide.
“Pillsbury: You’re soaking in it…”
“Pillsbury: We can’t believe you bought the whole thing…”
“Pillsbury: No matter what shape your health is in…”
“Pillsbury: It’s two, two, two bills in one…”
“Let’s get Mikey, he’ll take it!”
“I have a great idea for an ad campaign, but all the good slogans are taken.”
— Paraphrasing Snoopy, as he types a series of classic book titles, only to be told (by Woodstock, I think) that he won’t be able to use them.
My favorite example of a repurposed ad campaign. You’ll watch YouTube on a horse!
Pillsbury should run that past his lawyers not marketing. The copyright and trade dress infringement law suits might impact his bottom line.
Admittedly, I don’t recall any pharmaceutical slogans. Maybe companies should market a drug to help you remember them.
♩i’d like to teach the world to sing in perfect harmony
I’d like to buy the world a pill by the name of pillsbury…
Is this a day off?
Pillsbury should bring back Funny Face.
Direct link to Saturday’s B&C. https://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-apps/imrs.php?src=https://news-service.s3.amazonaws.com/2021/BCLD/09f2a5a3-feb3-4b46-8a2e-a9f84c89b752.jpg&w=1484