This commercial has been irking the shit out of me lately. I wasn’t sure it was blog worthy, but really… what commercial is worthy of a blog? I blog about commercials. That’s like going to a restaurant and critiquing appetizers and appetizers only. I think… I don’t know, I’m not good at metaphors.
T-mobile is advertising how many cancer causing cell towers they have up in America now. (NOTE: Despite popular belief, I am not a doctor, and my facts may be in fact not be factual…)
The “1,2 buckle my shoe” rhyme scheme is awful. I would have rather they just fuckin said, “We have towers here and here… thanks.”
If that is her travel itinerary, she’s taking a pretty terrible route. Michigan to Jersey to Arizona to Texas to Colorado to California to Washington to Florida…
… chick must be using Apple Maps. Whoaaaa, take that Apple Maps! (Iphone 5 available now at all T-mobile locations nationwide.)
So T-mobile has 35,000 towers, and if you would have asked me a year ago, 35,000 customers. I guess it’s just not a big service in my area, because it never even felt like an option. I also tend to think I avoid all companies that decide pink is the best color to represent them. … although I really want to go to a pink taco.
Speaking of pink tacos and terrible segues, T-mobile deserves credit for hiring an attractive chick to peddle their shit.
I bet people wouldn’t hate Flo as much as they do if they wanted to bang her… actually, Flo has been on TV for so long, I bet plenty of dudes do want bang her at this point. It’s some kind of technological Stockholm Syndrome or something. The more you see a chick, the more you kinda wanna tap.
“Just put a bag over her head, ha!” Right, because you’re such a lothario, you’ve actually had women offer to cover their hideous faces and let you slip it in. Has this ever even happened? I realize some women have really bad self esteem, but is there one recorded instance of a “butter-face” actually sticking a Shop Rite bag on her head? I bet that bro-God Tucker Max has “bagged” a few broads in his day.
Not a big fan of T-mobile’s slogan at the end, kinda reeks of desperation…
Are they admitting they weren’t fast or dependable before? That’s like a food company advertising like this…
I was gonna post that piece of shit T-mobile commercial from a few years ago with the fast rapper, but I couldn’t find a clean link. What I did find was this…
Am I this bad? You’d tell me, right? I can’t possibly have this little self awareness… can I? Now I’m completely paranoid.
I better end this one before I say something (else) that isn’t close to funny.