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These Incorrect Venn Diagram Ads Are Pissing Off Everybody

Not just math nerds.

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If you live in New York City, chances are you've seen these annoying ads for Speck smartphone covers. As you can see, they make zero sense. For instance, the "City People" circle intersects with the "Suburb People" circle.

And, beyond that, how the Hell do these ads sell smartphone covers?

The answer: They don't.

Via bigdatabbq.com

For you non-New Yorkers, it is physically impossible to live both in NoHo (North of Houston St.) and SoHo (South of Houston St.), unless said people owned or rented two places, and lived in both just for kicks, in which case they deserve to be beaten.

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