Loose Parts by Dave Blazek for October 26, 2021

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    Ratkin  7 months ago

    You don’t look so good in the comparison ads, but at least you get lots of free advertising.

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    Imagine  7 months ago

    Let me guess: his name is John Smith.

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    pcolli  7 months ago

    Next job at Acme….

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    AlanM  7 months ago

    Back in the 50’s and 60’s advertisers would compare their products on TV to Brand X.Until someone trademarked “Brand X” and actually made some products.

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    zerotvus  7 months ago

    the other guys…….

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    comixbomix  7 months ago

    But then they promoted him to 5-Star Generic, and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Stuff.

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    WCraft Premium Member 7 months ago

    Tide rejected his application?

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    The Brooklyn Accent  7 months ago

    One out of 5 doctors recommended that he go to work there.

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    Ratkin  7 months ago

    He thought he was joining Spandex.

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    Lablubber   7 months ago

    The company’s biggest seller is supplies for the tenth dentist.

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    KEA  7 months ago

    tough sell

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    GlassVeins  7 months ago

    “Brand X, Brand X, it’s simple and plain, Brand X, Brand X, it’s different but all the same!”

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    paullp Premium Member 7 months ago

    It must be about 50 years since commercials stopped comparing the advertised product to “Brand X” and decided to just refer to the competition by name. But my favorite take on the “Brand X” comparison was its use by the “Joker brand” — as advertised by Jack Nicholson in the 1989 Batman movie.

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