That "opinion" is in the vast majority of cases stolen from others, so originality is often lacking. Accept cookies Citizens? Cartoonist Stonetoss ran a four-panel comic in 2018 in which a man presents an ad for a hamburger company depicting a kiss between people of different races ( diversity: check! ). The manager wonders if the ad will help sell burgers. The closing image says “Citizens?” and that has subsequently gone viral in memes where users emphasize something that deviates from its original purpose.
Comic by Stonetoss about citizen advertising. Comic: Stonetoss There are over 1,000 videos on the YouTube channel that illustrates my research. Some appear to serve a need, because the original brand withdrew the video, or it was in a language other than English with no subtitles. That then leads to a deluge of visitors and a cascade of commentary that the dogs don't like to eat. Stonetoss is really paraphrased dozens, if not hundreds of times,
And every poster beams with pleasure under the delusion of being original. So no – and also irrelevant. The cartoon was equally enjoyable, but when it comes to advertising, different rules apply. Because it is no longer about the product alone. hate posts Earlier this year I wrote about “ The Difference Between The Cadbury Kiss And The Doritos Love Story, The Difference Between Disgust And Emotion ”. That was about two videos that went wild on my YouTube channel.