Wednesday, November 9, 2011

"So how long have you BEEN a camera-hungry idiot?"

What's with the constant picture-taking? Where are these photos going to be published?

There must be thirty "reporters" jostling each other to ask this ditzy idiot questions. So they all work for competing media outlets, so desparete for news that a woman's witless comments about her new car constitute a "story?"

"Does this car reflect your personality"- this is the best the reporters can do? I mean, I understand they don't have a lot to work with here, but seriously? And what's with this woman's answer- jesus, could you be more full of yourself? Quirky, maybe. Smart? Not based on the answers you've come up with.

What's with the laughter after each of this woman's non-funny non-answers? Good lord, people. Could you wait for her to say something even REMOTELY amusing before bursting into fits of mirth?

I never thought I'd say this, but-- these ads make those Bud Lite Press Conferences look downright Presidential.


  1. Given how useless Fords are these days, I'd say that it reflects the woman's personality (or lack there-of) quite well.

  2. The last thing I want from my sole mode of transportation is to be "quirky". Also, I'm going to assume most of her friends are white because I have yet to meet a young black person who refers to a Ford Fiesta as "cool". Just saying.....

    O and "mirth"? Someone has been watching the Daily Show.

  3. Seriously- who the hell wants a car that's "quirky?" What does that mean- it wants to start one day, won't start the next? Goes off in it's own direction? What?

  4. It's so quirky!! One minute it's on the right side of the road and the next it's wrapped around a tree!