You can steal them if you want. We have a bunch of others.
Interestingly, you can pee on them and it doesn’t seem to have any effect.
Had a weird conversation with ‘Advertising Standards Authority’ today about one of our ads for the Auckland store. Seems we can’t run it anymore because it breaches some sort of something.
Me: “Is it because of the picture of the guy? Because you can’t see his willie or anything”
Them: “No the picture is fine, it’s the line we have the problem with”
Me: “So if I took the line off the picture we could still run the ad?”
Them: “Yep, that would be fine”
Me: “Is it because we aren’t allowed to say ‘pooh’? Because I’ve been saying that since I was 2, and if we banish the word from everyday use I’m not sure what kids will do when they need to have a crap – because I’m pretty sure “Mum I need to have a shit” isn’t going to fly in most households”
Them: “Well, you can say ‘pooh’ and you can have the line if you don’t have the photo”
(5 seconds silence)
Me: “So let me get this straight. The line is OK without the picture, and the picture is OK without the line, but when I put the OK line with the OK picture everything is no longer OK.”
Them: “Yes, that’s right”
Me: “Wow…. this is the first time I’ve ever known two rights to make a wrong”
I always thought it was weird for food places to have a website that told you all about their food. The way I figure it you have already heard their food is either great or suck and having a website saying “Hey, we’re actually awesome” is going to make bugger all difference to you going there.
Hell, the only reason we bought this URL in the first place was to stop someone else from getting it so we’re just going to use it to post interesting stuff and then claim it all back as a tax expense under the broad term “marketing”.