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 (@DennysDiner) September 29, 2013
To be fair, bacon is the new meth. It’s also the old meth. Mmm, bacon.
Maybe your best course tonight would be to dunk lightly. #finale
— Oreo Cookie (@Oreo) September 30, 2013
Let it go Oreo. Just let it go already.
— Intel (@intel) September 29, 2013
No thanks, we’re good.
— Warby Parker (@WarbyParker) September 30, 2013
Link in tweet to Instagram image:
Ok this is actually kind of cool
— Urban Outfitters (@UrbanOutfitters) September 30, 2013
Hey Urban Outfitters: #stfu
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