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Check out this week’s batch of forced, nonsensical brand tweets from brands like Skittles, Honda and others.
For some, the grammatical atrocity trumps the diarrhea-engagement ploy. You weren’t kidding about “awkward,” Pepto. The best reply came courtesy of @jbrons: “Log out forever.”
What exactly was the thinking was behind this tweet — how long did it take to come up with the strategy and the copy for this one? We’re not sure who is worse: Applebee’s or the 65 people who favorited it.
It’s always perturbing when a huge brand uses the first person in a tweet. And it’s always unfortunate when companies make feeble jokes about their own products. So good work BK, you killed two birds with one stone.
Please don’t share your hilarious #randomthoughts, Chips Ahoy. You’re a cookie brand, not Jack Handey.
Did you happen to have this haystack with the Honda grille emblem image lying around and you just figured you’d make it work in a tweet somehow, or did you come up with the copy first and then make the art? Either way, no.
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