Tuesday, July 17, 2007

The First Cut is the Deepest


This Supercuts billboard across the street from my job at the insane asylum was changed up a bit over the weekend by some well-meaning guerrilla marketers.

I haven't gotten my hair did at a Supercuts since Men at Work topped the charts. Apparently I've been missing out.

3 comments:

Robbie said...

I'm not sure how you can condone this type of blatant (and illegal) vandalism as "well-meaning guerrilla marketing".

Perhaps you were being tongue-in-cheek.

But I doubt that the company who paid for that sign (SupeCuts) found the vulgar vandalism funny. Nor do I think parents driving down the road with their children found it to be too "well-meaning".

Or perhaps I'm just wound too tight and don't recognize sarcasm when it hits me in the face.

Anonymous said...

Dude, take a deep breathe. Have you ever read this blog before? It's funny!! The billboard is funny! That doesn't mean anyone condones vandalism, but since it happened--it's funny!!

David Wyatt said...

Yes, to paraphrase comedian David Cross, "You mean you don't believe that I did a series of studies to find out if dogs are smarter than women? You are indeed correct. I'll admit it. That's what we in the business call a 'joke.' I'll be telling a lot of them tonight."