Saturday, December 8, 2012
Maybe I'm being overly harsh here. I mean, it IS just Radio Shack after all....
All we need to put a big, bright Happy Ending to this nasty, obnoxious little mess of an ad is for a Killer Good Samaritan to give this idiot a Killer push into the next Killer oncoming train. Since that's a little too nasty even for Your Place For Cheap Batteries, I'd settle for Idiot Girl to fumble her Killer Phone onto the tracks so we can see it getting smushed by said Killer oncoming train.
There are about a dozen of these god-awful "my new phone" ads from Radio Shack, that hole in the wall at the mall which used to be the place to go for junk remote control cars for Christmas that would be out of service and in the landfills long before summer came around. And AM/FM signal "boosters" which boost absolutely nothing. And "salespeople" who didn't have the slightest idea what they are doing. Oh, and those cheap batteries.
Now, Radio Shack is apparently the place to go for phones if you are one of the 3000 or so people in the United States who don't live within two miles of a Verizon or Sprint store.
And apparently the only thing they teach you about your new phone at Radio Shack is how to hit the "Video" button and wave it in front of your stupid, fat face while you blather witlessly about your new purchase. At least if you finished your little missive by slamming into a train or a car or a tree, you'd provide a little entertainment to the two friends you have left who can still bear to be near you. Hell, you might even "go Viral" (ugh.) But it looks to me like the people recording themselves singing praises of their phones are doing it only for their personal amusement (it's really hard to imagine that anyone would watch this unless they were doing it for their stupid blog, entitled "Look at this Self-Absorbed Twat.") Which is actually more sad than funny.
Still...would it be too much to ask that this woman fall into a stump grinder at around the 16-second mark?
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If she had a friend, she could get that friend to take the video from a reasonable distance. Of course, she would have to be a totally different person to have a friend- the kind of person who wouldn't think it was all that much fun to make a video about how much she loves her new toy.ReplyDelete