Hilarious, and unexpected too...
That gives the term "currency exchange" a whole new meaning. Also "liquidity." "Hey baby, nice assets." But, really, she's a golddigger. ("You just like me for my money!" "No, I like you for you!" "Same thing!")Of course, Madonna said it best. "If they can't raise my interest then I'll have to let them be." Oh god, I can't help myself! Too many money/sex jokes!
"I like your inflation rate."
"Is that a roll of quarters, or are you just happy to see me."
"And on Monday, the dollar rose against the mark." I guess they have a yen to pound one another, eh?
Oh. Em. Gee.I was not expecting that. HA!
You know America is in a good place when an advertisement like that circulates widely without much fuss.I wonder when that'll be...
Oh, and isn't it a bit backwards to be fine showing a commercial like this (warning for you vegetarians out there):Hardee's and Padma Lakshmi At least the Bontrust commercial is comical.
Hey, honey, can I give you an injection of capital?
Oh, and Jeremiah, if you don't get the humor in the Hardee's commercial, you have no sense of humor.
I only see humor in the Hardee's advertisement not from intention, but from circumstance.Padma going from vegetarian to full-blown omnivore and expressing that transition through the epitome of meatieness is a bit ridiculous, and its ridiculousness makes it humorous.Being sexy eating a Big Western is also ridiculous, so I guess that's humorous.But the commercial is meant to be provocative, not funny. I found it strangely sexy. Nothing more. Deeper analysis proves it to be stupid, like most advertisements. But humorous? That's not my first reaction.Guess I don't share your sense of humor, which apparent is the Sense of Humor.