5 Brands Tweeting Bad

Last night was the much-anticipated series finale and Breaking Bad, a fact that probably has not escaped your attention. Unfortunately it also failed to escape the attention of a sizable number of brands.

Check out these five brand tweets about the end of the Walter White era. The only spoilers you’ll find here are companies injecting themselves into a good thing.

Denny’s

 

To be fair, bacon is the new meth. It’s also the old meth. Mmm, bacon.

Oreo

 

Let it go Oreo. Just let it go already.

Intel

 

No thanks, we’re good.

Warby Parker



Link in tweet to Instagram image:
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Ok this is actually kind of cool

Urban Outfitters


Hey Urban Outfitters: #stfu

https://digiday.com/?p=51049

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