How often do you wonder about your life?
Also technically incorrect
Every week? Everyday? Every minute?
Clearly, the last option is the most preferred by popular startup founders. But for the rest of us, we slip into habits, prejudices, and ideas that aren’t always true.
why A new ad It can make you stop, like me, and wonder about the words you say and the things you believe.
Like the concept of Android phones Better than iPhonesOr vice versa.
Here, you see, we don’t even know what the ad is saying — people are constantly stupid and opinionated.
Does this sound like anyone you know? Does this sound like whoever you are?
This ad presents us with a complete fast food joint, which is an oddity. Everyone delivered or so I thought Drive these days.
At first, we didn’t know which fast food joint this was. We know that a young couple starts arguing about the various merits of different McDonald’s offerings.
Soon, other restaurants join in, clamoring for KFC, Five Guys — I’m somehow initially typing Five Goodes — and KFC’s specialty called the BioBurger.
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Did I mention this ad is from France? Does it matter?
Anyway, one of our heroes explains that you can’t really compare KFC chicken to a McDonald’s burger. Yet things will fall apart.
“I’ve been eating burgers for 20 years, so I don’t need any lessons from you, okay?” Provides an interlocutor.
“What? You have a burger degree?” A woman interrupts.
Oh, this all reminds you of telephone camps, doesn’t it? Android is more open and versatile, iPhone is more beautiful and reliable. Worse, this kind of thing is propagated by Android brands that compare themselves to Apple.
However, here come the police and insist that KFC is the best.
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Wait, what’s this an ad for? Wait a minute because this thing is getting completely out of control. Everyone stands and shouts. It’s like dramatizing Twitter.
Finally, the man of our young couple declares: “Actually, this is a private conversation.”
This is the point where we see that this is an ad for Burger King, as a server brings our pair their Whoppers.
“People are stupid,” says the young man. “It’s obviously Wooper.”
For you, this may be obvious Galaxy S22. For your lover, this may be obvious iPhone 14.
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What is it about us that makes other people use the same phones we do? Of course, their texts should be viewed in blue rather than green.
We can have many exciting personal conversations about gadgets that work for us. Even in a public forum like this one can do without reaching any agreement.
But giving people a choice doesn’t mean encouraging them to tell others that their choices are wrong. It’s about creating a little oasis of personal satisfaction for yourself and a matter of personal conversation.
Personally, I think the Whoppers are OK. Just like Android phones.