The Year in Snarky Comments

Digiday doesn’t use anonymous commenting, mostly to avoid spammers, but it looks like we are probably dodging some other bullets.

Just take a look at this new site from staffers at BBH New York “Warm Wishes from Ad Land.” The funny site takes a look back at some of the snarky, sarcastic and cutting anonymous comments left on ad industry blogs Agency SpyAds of the World, and Campaign Brief. People can be real assholes. But they can be funny assholes too. Just check the site out and watch the 21 different animations and voice overs of the nasty comments.

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