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Friday, January 11, 2008

Just an Observation...

 

I'm all for scantily clad women in advertising, especially if they are wearing go go boots - but I find something a little bit odd when I see these image advertising mortgage rates.


Especially when they are so out of proportion. They have tiny little heads and enormously long legs. It's like a bad science fiction movie - the Attack of the Grasshopper Women!


I'm not sure that I want to do my banking with a bunch of pinheaded insect women from another planet! When exactly did the mortgage market becomes so mutant friendly?
 

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7 Comments:

At Fri Jan 11, 10:55:00 AM, Blogger Dean Wormer said...

"When exactly did the mortgage market becomes so mutant friendly?"

Since Professor X moved to Countrywide?

 
At Fri Jan 11, 02:07:00 PM, Blogger Kelly the dog said...

I'd noticed this too. I suppose you could say that the tactic is successful since it did get your attention.

 
At Fri Jan 11, 03:42:00 PM, Blogger Wyldth1ng said...

What is up with crazy poses?

 
At Fri Jan 11, 05:45:00 PM, Anonymous Dee Loralei said...

Does the phrase "Insect overlords" mean anything to you in this context? Mmmmm juss sayin'.....

 
At Sat Jan 12, 10:16:00 AM, Blogger Dr. Zaius said...

Dean Wormer: I was wondering what Professor X has been up to! He is using his telepathic powers to adjust the mortgage rates!

Kelly the dog: Sadly, this is true. :o(

Wyldth1ng: I have no idea. It's not even attractive. I think this is what happens when they remove the artist and add the computer programmer.

Dee Loralei: Ack! Don't say that! You are scaring me again, Dee Loralei!

 
At Sun Jan 13, 08:10:00 AM, Anonymous Agent Orange said...

Hey, you gotta go with the go go boots. Besides, some of us have waited a long time for a more mutant friendly market. Back in the 80's we came so close!

 
At Mon Jan 14, 01:10:00 AM, Blogger Dr. Zaius said...

Go go boots rule! Mutants drool.

 

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