Before coming to work at BuzzFeed, I was an ad copywriter for 20 years.
I wrote thousands of taglines in that time (scant few good ones, none that you know).
After reading through all the comments on this Reddit post, I picked out my favorites.
But there were many other good ones.
Either there are a lot of ad veteran redditors, or there are a lot of redditors who could get good jobs in advertising, if they wanted to.
Enjoy their creativity.
This is my favorite, I think.
Honorable mention: “Probably Money Laundering”
- Rick Perry, who famously wanted to abolish the Energy Department, is saying at his confirmation hearing to lead the Energy Department he now rejects "recommending its elimination."
- Vladimir Putin has used KGB tactics to seize on a rift between the US and Turkey, an effort to expand Russia's influence and divide NATO.
- Donald Trump's pick for treasury secretary, Steve Mnuchin, defended at his confirmation hearing his use of offshore tax shelters, saying it was an inevitable result of current US tax codes.
- Been wondering why your friends now look like weird glamorous cartoons? That's thanks to Chinese selfie app Meitu. Say cheese 📸