catchy or not headlines/phrases from the media

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Post  ISN on Thu May 12, 2011 1:31 pm

I just saw this slogan from a report on how to lose weight which I didn't read

'get up, stand up'

yesterday I read about the commercialisation of Bob Marley's legacy - mugs, t-shirts etc

and the waning interest in him.......

anyone else have funny/offensive/ridiculous headlines or phrases from newspapers (online or offline)


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Post  sil on Thu May 12, 2011 9:32 pm

I don't know if this fits here but I hate it when summer is approaching and they bombard you with adverts about getting a perfect body... you have to be PERFECT affraid

It doesn't affect me now but when I was younger it did... I wasn't perfect... yet Cool

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Post  ISN on Fri May 13, 2011 12:15 am

it doesn't affect me much either - but then I always had a pretty perfect body....heheheh

but now I'm a fat slob.......

I just thought I'd change this to include anything in the news......(on/offline)

I was a bit shocked when I was watching a video called 'The Daily Ticker' which is on Yahoo

they were breaking the story that McD's was leveraging upwards to compete with Starbucks in order to grab more of their marketshare....lol....I just hate using those capitalist shit words

anyway - they were talking about the current differences between McD's and Starfucks.....in order to see what challenges lay ahead for McD's and whether they would be successful

they waxed lyrical about Shitbucks......and said it was full of ambience and law students studying

whereas McD's is in-out.......the guy had been to both outlets in one day

outside McD's there was a homeless person digging in the trash......now this was supposed to illustrate the difference

I thought it was disgusting that they used the example of a homeless person in the vicinity as bringing down the value of McD's

they didn't give a fuk about the homeless person - to them he/she is just human refuse......

it made me think........(obviously)

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Post  ISN on Fri May 13, 2011 1:08 am

she does already - unless you're having a laugh.....about something else.....Wink

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Post  sil on Fri May 13, 2011 1:54 am

My imperfections make me quite perfect... but I'll follow your advice anyway, Andy, any excuse is good enough to drink cheers

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Post  Nah Ville Sky Chick on Fri May 13, 2011 2:28 am

I know I have said this before, but imperfections are usually the bits I like most about people. You know if someone has a big nose that they really hate, I often find that is what I think most attactive about them. I am not keen on perfect looking people. It's like for example, David Beckham, of course I see he is an attractive man, but he does nothing for me. Same goes for Johhny Depp. Perhaps they don't have enough character in their faces for my taste?

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