Feb. 12th, 2006

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Should any advertisement designers read this journal (not that any of you do, but just in case) please take note, as this could improve your jobs to some degree.

In grocery ads, specifically for S___ & S____ among other companies, we've noticed a certain trend towards the use of terms, and phrases that should be removed from your vocabulary, as they are causing all staff members who see them to laugh uncontrollably. These phrase include the following:

"Cut Up Goat"
"Fresh Fowl"
"DVD" when used as a description for a hardback book.
"Steaming, hot, juicy pile" is not a valid descriptor for any food or deli item.
Soy milk does not qualify as a soft drink.


Removing these and others from the text of your ads will help people take both you and the store you represent far more seriously, and keep me from laughing like a crazed bastard while trying to get some work accomplished. Thank you.

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