There are no words for all the things that are wrong with this, but I’ll try:
- First off, is the traditional tweezer market so saturated that they have to resort to tweezer spam?
- Then there’s “Buy Online and Save”. While this is true for nearly everything, how much are you really saving by buying tweezers online?
- “The most popular sites for tweezers are found here!” Now, I know that this is the internet, and I’m quite possibly invoking Rule 34 by even thinking about this question, but really? Popular sites for tweezers? Frankly, I’d be more interested to see the sites that didn’t make the cut, y’know?
- Lastly, why does the girl in the ad look so damned terrified? Is it because she just realized she’s the new face of “tweezer spam” forever and ever? That’d be enough to make me make a similar face.
And the worst part about this is, if even one person buys tweezers as a result of this, the whole marketing campaign will have been considered a success.
Sometimes I think HatfulOfHollow had the right idea. Bonus points if you know who that is without even clicking the link.