Friday, April 5, 2013

The horrifying real meaning of that "Why Not" from Geico

Wow, it sure didn't take the geniuses at television's most ubiquitous insurance company long to run out of ideas for its horrid "Happier than..." campaign, did it?

Know what the "why not" response to "Happier than Paul Revere with a cell phone" (gag) means?  It means "I don't really give a damn what the punchline is.  It simply doesn't matter.  Might as well be 'toadstools' or 'sliced cucumbers' or 'shut up, that's why!'"   Hell, why not just make it "Beef Stew Saturday?"  Who cares?  Just vomit out something so we can wrap episode #5634 of the stupidest series of commercials since the end of Punch Dub Days."

"Why not?"  Because we hate you, that's why.  Now, stop making us miss the f--ing lizard and end this mess already.  Please.

1 comment:

  1. Hated this campaign at the beginning, really, really hate it now. It's so incredibly stupid and innane.