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Posted on 06/08/2014 5:23:56 AM PDT by SoFloFreeper
Clif Dickens runs the Honest Slogans blog and basically, he just takes companies almost everyone knows, and adds a slogan that everyone thinks. Great idea and great execution....
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You know? I think it’s a damned government conspiracy. Why in the hell would anyone want a Yellow Pages book? I’ll be the phone company is getting a subsidy from the gubmint to print the damned things for the po peeples.....
I don’t understand the Hollister one.
I can relate to the Netflix one. :)
HOLY COW!!! Netflix doesn’t come up on my spell check!
They’re lit like a haunted house. You can hardly see anything. I walked into once just because I was baffled as to how dark it seemed to be in there, then I turned around and walked right back out.
Thanks...now it makes sense.
Abercrombie & Fitch has designed Hollister Co. stores to simulate the appearance of vintage beach shacks in an indoor shopping mall, making Hollister stores stand out from any other store in the mall. Exterior décor include shuttered windows, and light and dark brown patten walls. A teal boardwalk with three steps leads to the entrance, with plans to eventually include a low-hanging chandelier on the porch of all stores, one of many upgrades being brought to all stores. The interior of the store is mostly concealed from outside view by a parallel wall. The shuttered windows were meant to add to the atmosphere of the store and keep out customers that did not fit in,...
Dimly lit by spot-lighting, the interior décor throughout includes leather armchairs, worn rugs, patterened wallpaper (part of the recent store upgrades), surf boards lining the wall behind the registers (some bearing “Hollister”), and potted palm trees placed around the store.
“Theyre lit like a haunted house. You can hardly see anything. I walked into once just because I was baffled as to how dark it seemed to be in there, then I turned around and walked right back out.”
If you walked in with a Frankenstein, Werewolf, Mummy or other scary costume you’d fit right in!
Actually, that sounds like a kind of store I would like.
After many years of marriage, my husband finally knows that all he has to do is turn on a light to put me in a bad mood. I do not like artificial lighting, especially of the non-incandescent type. It makes me depressed.
I have not seen a Hollister store, but if I ever see one, I will check it out.
Thanks! There is one not far from where I work.
The Harley one....funny.
I’d say an equally appropriate one for Harley is “I’m a f’n jerk who just wants to make noise ‘cuz I know you hate it, what are you going to do about it?”
It doesn’t show me any stores. I must not be hip enough to qualify to see their locations.