Brands troll Brazil’s World Cup collapse on Twitter
The nation of Brazil was stunned by its beloved Selecao’s incredible collapse at the World Cup, where it was soundly and thoroughly thrashed by Germany, 7-1. Even worse, the suddenly inept Brazilian soccer team become the butt of real-time marketing jokes by brands.
To the replay!
Stunned children are apparently #priceless. MasterCard might see a surge in popularity in Rio.
— Visa (@Visa) July 8, 2014
Dunno if that would have been enough.
— Red Bull (@redbull) July 8, 2014
DiGiorno goes the pop culture route with a cheap one.
— DiGiorno Pizza (@DiGiornoPizza) July 8, 2014
Ah, German engineering.
— Volkswagen USA (@VW) July 8, 2014
And more German engineering.
— AUDI AG (@Audi_Online) July 8, 2014
Not the wurst we’ve seen, dog. Not the best either.
Well, this is wurst case scenario for Brazil. #BrazilvsGermany
— Tesco (@Tesco) July 8, 2014
Uh-oh, football fight.
— Seattle Seahawks (@Seahawks) July 8, 2014
Even the porn people got in on the action.
If I wanted to see a Brazilian gang-bang I would just go on Pornhub. #BrazilvsGermany
— Pornhub Katie (@Pornhub) July 8, 2014
Kudos to this German radio station for not settling for a tweet.
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