In yesterday’s jaw droppingly boring New York Times ad column, Ace Hack, Stuart Elliot, goes on and fucking on about whether or not Super Bowl advertisers should bore the shit out of everyone by running their shitty spots for weeks before the game. I’ve ranted about that in the past, so I’ll leave it alone… But, here’s the good bit… Taco Bell plans a preview of its one-minute Super Bowl spot. “Why not reward the people who love you? I don’t think it does anything but amplify.” Said Brian Niccol, chief marketing and innovation officer at Taco Bell. And how many people do you know that love fucking Taco Bell? “We have access to all our restaurants via the Internet, and we’ll use that to share the ad. There are no bigger advocates for the brand than our team members.” Listen you innovating wanker, they are minimum wage fast food slingers, they aren’t on a fucking team, the poor fuckers are just trying to hold down a lousy job. Fuck off and innovate somewhere else!
No. I'm going to be one of these instead, 'cos I'm sure it involves lots of drinking, smoking and shagging!