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It really just depends on how much TV you watch.
The demonstrations in the U.S. have been blessed with some solid sass.
You be the judge.
I'm LOVIN' it!
"Just Do It."
Yell it out into the night.
How good is your memory?
"Get your throat-game ready."
Because even cheap cereals deserve catchy slogans.
Get your message across with one of these powerful, pro-America messages.
This is what happens when you let the internet decide things.
Seven seasons, 198 hats, one Frank Rossitano.
Or, how not to make friends at the gym.
Graphic designer Clif Dickens took our favorite brands and rewrote their slogans so that they reflect what we really think of them.
So, which character's "tagline" is your tagline?
They don't have an "ad agency" or even an "ad budget" — but they do the best with what they got.
Just because you can make a pun, doesn't mean you should.
You've seen the best local business ads. These are embarrassingly bad.
Celebrate amateur creativity. Maybe your town is in here.
Amateur creativity is a beautiful thing.
Some real doozies here.
The BURN, it is hot.
This kid answered the question better than a Wharton marketing PhD graduate could have.
Highlight — the horrible Amy's Baking Company gets trolled by a next-door business.
This is fun — If the Houses were modern-day corporations.
We again grade amateur creativity. Coming to a town near you.
Time again to cheer or sneer at amateur creativity.
What do we want? Change! How do we want it? Politely!
Who needs an ad agency (a lot of these people)?
Think you can do better? As usual, graded A to F.
Sometimes when you play with words, they bite. Graded A — F.
The McRib is back but he needs a new slogan. Add yours now!
A muffled house beat. Sweaty, naked bodies. A man, thrusting away from behind. Boobs. And then...Hitler's mustache?
Tell me he couldn't have picked a better shirt.
In response to Barack Obama's calls for change, the Republican's have unveiled their new "Change You Deserve" campaign for 2008.