How often do you wonder about your life?
every week? every day? Per minute?
Obviously, the last option is most preferred by famous startup founders. But the rest of us always fall into habits, prejudices, and opinions that aren’t truly considered.
so new ad Like I did, you might stop and wonder about the words you utter or what you believe.
As you can see, we don’t even know what the ads are telling us – except that people consistently have bombastic and ignorant opinions.
Does this sound like someone you know? Does this sound like any of you?
This ad showcases a fairly well-stocked fast food restaurant, which is strange in and of itself. anyone can deliver or recent drive thru.
At first, I didn’t know which fast food restaurant it was. What we do know is that young couples have begun arguing over the various benefits of McDonald’s different offerings.
Soon other diners join in and yell about the merits of KFC, Five Guys (for some reason I always type Five Guts at the beginning) and something called BioBurger.
Did I mention this ad is from France? Does that matter?
Anyway, one of our heroes explains that you can’t really compare a KFC chicken to a McDonald’s burger. Still, things get difficult.
“I’ve been eating hamburgers for 20 years, so I don’t need a lesson from you, do I?” Offer one interlocutor.
“What? Do you have a degree in hamburgers?” A woman interrupts.
Oh, doesn’t this remind you of phone camp? Android is more open and versatile, iPhone is more beautiful and reliable. To make matters worse, this sort of thing is being promoted by the Android brand, who is hellbent on comparing itself to Apple.
But then the police arrive and claim KFC is the best.
wait, what ad is this? This thing is completely out of control, so hang on a little longer. everyone stands and shouts It’s as if Twitter has become a plaything.
Finally, we, the male couple, affirm that “actually, it was a private conversation.”
This is the point where you know this is a Burger King ad, as the server brings our couple their Whoppers.
“People are crazy,” says the young man. “It’s clearly a Whopper.”
What is it about us that makes us want other people to use the same phone as us? Apart from, of course, having to display text in blue instead of green.
We get to have a lot of lively private conversations about the gadgets that work for us.
But giving people choices doesn’t mean encouraging them to tell others that their choices are wrong. It’s meant to create a little oasis of personal satisfaction and private conversation just for you.
Personally, I think the Whoppers are fine. Same with Android phones.
https://www.zdnet.com/article/burger-king-just-taught-iphone-and-android-users-a-brilliant-lesson/#ftag=RSSbaffb68 Burger King taught iPhone and Android users a great lesson