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McDonald’s – Nobody Cares About Me (2020)

McDonald’s could have just put out an ‘ordinary tweet’ stating that the McRib was back in a couple of weeks. But they did this instead and got over 150K interactions! it’s always “when is the McRib coming back” and never “how are you doing person who runs the McDonald’s account” — McDonald’s (@McDonalds) October 23, 2020

Pop Tarts – Keep Your Hand On Your…Pop Tart (2019)

Wondering how far you can push the double-entendres? Pop Tarts seem to have it about right – if the interaction to this tweet is anything to go by! As long as you know your audience, then you can manage the risk and reap the rewards. I like my tarts where I like my money. Right in my fanny — Pop-Tarts (@PopTartsUS) February 1, 2019

Pizza Hut – Pizza Hut 1 Leeds United 0 (2019)

If brand rivalry is your thing, be careful who you pitch it to. Pizza Hut got over 250K interactions here from a single (and free) one-line burn of Leeds United. That’s a lot of potential pizza sales from a single tweet. Bit rich coming from a club that hasn’t delivered since 1992… — Pizza Hut Restaurants (@pizzahutuk) January 17, 2019

Subway – Bites (2020)

Synopsis In this cross-platform mobile and digital campaign targeted at the 16-24 age group, Subway decided to go short, sweet and a little bit trippy. It’s all about ‘Bites’ — their new mini sandwiches. It’s certainly quirky, but could it have been funny? Review Watching these mini ads in quick succession is a bit like being slapped in the face with the sickly sweet Subway signature scent. The brand message is ostentatiously shoved in our

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Awesome on Social Media: MoonPie

You know the drill by now, don’t you? Every now and then, we take a break from reviewing the latest Funny Ads to introduce you to a brand we think is AWESOME ON SOCIAL MEDIA! Today, it’s the turn of MoonPie. Their Twitter feed reads like it’s written by a thirteen year-old who’s simultaneously bored and blessed with an overactive imagination. Weirdness and self-deprecating humour abound — punctuation, not so much. Maybe they pay them

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Awesome on Social Media: SparkNotes

Top up your coffee and take a pew. It’s time to take a look at a brand that’s indisputably… AWESOME ON SOCIAL MEDIA! UK readers may not be familiar, but SparkNotes is a big deal in the United States of Academia. They produce award winning study guides for Shakespeare texts and other classic works of literature — if you were the kind of high school student who thought ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ was a ‘How

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Awesome on Social Media: Yorkshire Tea

Every now and again, we interrupt our usual programming of Funny Ads analysis to take a quick look at a brand we think is AWESOME ON SOCIAL MEDIA! First up, it’s Yorkshire Tea — who, in their own words, had a ‘rough weekend’ on Twitter. To find out how they not only weathered the storm, but came out the other side smiling, head over to our Case Study article. But if you’re tight on time,

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Innocent Drinks Funny Tweet – ‘John Lewis Christmas Advert’

This is one of our favourite recent funny tweets from the Innocent Drinks Twitter account. JOHN LEWIS CHRISTMAS ADVERT BRAINSTORM "How about Jolly Jaws? A lovable man eating shark who just can't help eating people?" "Or Ditsy Dracula? The cute servant of darkness with a taste for blood?" "Hmm let's just go with the dragon who loves arson." #ExciteableEdgar — innocent drinks (@innocent) November 14, 2019 Brave brands make jokes on social media; the bravest

Innocent Drinks Funny Tweet – Christmas Advert with Duncan from Blue

This is one of our favourite recent funny tweets from the Innocent Drinks Twitter account. We've made a Christmas ad with Duncan from Blue. (Keira Knightley wasn't available.) — innocent drinks (@innocent) December 18, 2019 This perfectly pitched parody of ‘Love Actually’ is a sequel to Innocent’s other advert featuring Duncan from Blue. They say the sequel is never as good as the original. But in this case… ok, so in this case it’s

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Innocent Drinks Funny Tweet – ‘Veganuary’

This is one of our favourite recent funny tweets from the Innocent Drinks Twitter account. THE TWO STYLES OF VEGANUARY STYLE 1• Quinoa salad• Aubergine teriyaki• Butternut squash soup• Spinach and sweet potato hash• Whole roasted cauliflower STYLE 2• Chips• Chips• Chips• Roast potatoes• Chips — innocent drinks (@innocent) January 15, 2020 As a primarily plant-based drinks brand, ‘Veganuary’ is kind of Innocent’s jam. In 2020, they chose to mark the occasion with this deliciously

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