Friday, July 2, 2010


Happy Friday folks. Let’s get serious for a minute.

You’ve all seen these commercials. One person begins a sentence:

“It’s time…”
Then that person disappears and another takes their place—
“for someone…”
Another new person, with a completely different tone of voice—
“to start the revolution…”
The light is coming in at some extreme angle and the actors are all serious.
And then they make some outrageous declaration.

“I am steak seasoning.”

What!? That makes no sense. Then another person—
I am steak seasoning.”
“I am steak seasoning.”
They all put emphasis on a different part of the sentence, some have overly dramatic pauses.
“I….am steak seasoning.”
Every ethnicity, age group, and gender has their turn insisting that they are steak seasoning. This goes on for another twenty seconds

Why? Why does this trend exist?

Can we just collectively agree that this was a bad idea and stop?
Thank you, as a consumer, and as a person who doesn’t care that you are steak seasoning.

Wisdom by Warren:
If at first you don’t succeed, change your name and move to Canada.

Just kidding, don’t do that.


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