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There’s Nothing Wrong With Your Eyes, These McDonald’s Ads Are Intentionally Blurred

Not because of censorship. Apparently, McDonald’s in Puerto Rico wants to prove how recognizable the brand is in the country (or something along that line). With the help of Puerto Rico-based creative agency TBWA\San Juan, McDonald’s rolled out a series of ads that is sure to make you rub your eyes, double take on what have just saw or check your glasses. Why? Because all these ads, with the exception of the single color background, each features a blurred out image of a particular highly recognizable product from the American fast food chain. Continue reading There’s Nothing Wrong With Your Eyes, These McDonald’s Ads Are Intentionally Blurred

IKEA’s Guide To Satisfaction In The Bedroom Is Not What You Think It Is

The folks over at IKEA must have realized how mundane their yearly catalog is. The colorful nature of the requisite yearly catalog has been the target of kids doodling. Not so much a go-to literature for your IKEA products for grownups. At least, not anymore. Fret not, grownups, because IKEA has came up with a clever digital catalog targeted specifically at horny adults. Continue reading IKEA’s Guide To Satisfaction In The Bedroom Is Not What You Think It Is

Do You Know That LEGO Actually Had Anti-LEGO Slippers? Yup, They Sure Did

Do You Know That LEGO Actually Had Anti-LEGO Slippers? Well, I sure the hell didn’t! It was real product, btw, from LEGO, from 4 years ago. The story behind this pair of tongue-in-cheek slippers was, you know, to take the pain out of your feet if you ever stepped on LEGO bricks. Now, we are know how painful that is. It is excruciating. So unbearable is the pain that someone who went through labor three times said that it hurts more than giving birth. Continue reading Do You Know That LEGO Actually Had Anti-LEGO Slippers? Yup, They Sure Did

LEGO Takes A Jab At Samsung Galaxy Fold With Its Own “Foldable”

True to its spirit as a company that’s all about fun and creativity, LEGO has taken a jab at Samsung foldable phone by ‘showing off’ its own “foldable” which it calls ‘LEGO Fold’. The “device” claims to sport “a stunning 5-inch cover display” that unfolds into “an 11-inch pop-up story book,” which it further adds enable “endless creative play that never runs out of battery.” That is obviously not a gadget. It is the LEGO Ideas 21315 Pop-Up Book released last quarter. Continue reading LEGO Takes A Jab At Samsung Galaxy Fold With Its Own “Foldable”

KFC Hires Robocop To Protect KFC Secret Recipe

Everyone knows that KFC’s “11 herbs and spices” is a closely guarded secret that no one knows and obviously, the Louisville headquartered fast food chain would like it to remain so. But just how far Kentucky Fried Chicken would go to protect its trade secret? Well, apparently, it is hella of serious enough for it to decided to “develop” a “triple encrypted digital copy of its secret recipe” and hires Robocop to transfer the top secret data into the nuclear-proof Bahnhof Underground Data Center buried 100 feet deep under a mountain in Stockholm, Sweden. Continue reading KFC Hires Robocop To Protect KFC Secret Recipe

Lexus Asked John Elliot To Design Custom Tires Inspired By His Shoe

Looks like Lexus is going all out to drum up the hype on the new 2019 Lexus UX Compact Crossover. First, it roped in Matt Leinart to star in a campaign that applies UX’s safety tech to protect quarterbacks, and now this: asking designer John Elliot to design a set of custom tires inspired by John Elliot x Nike AF1 shoe. Yea. You read that right. Rubbers inspired by a pair of kicks. It may sound like a joke, but rest assure, this is as real as you and me. Continue reading Lexus Asked John Elliot To Design Custom Tires Inspired By His Shoe

Watch How Lexus Applies UX’s Safety Tech To Protect Quarterbacks

Lexus really knows how to tickle the hearts of American who mostly can’t enough of American Football with a gleeful solution to this season’s controversial “rouging the passer” rule. If you don’t already know, the “roughing the passer” rule is supposed to protect the quarterbacks from physical harm. “Roughing the passer” basically means “to make contact with passer (usually the quarterback) after the ball left the passer’s hands.” Continue reading Watch How Lexus Applies UX’s Safety Tech To Protect Quarterbacks

More Than A Store: How To Create An Ecommerce Brand

The online tools available today make it easier than ever to set up an ecommerce store. Entrepreneurs need not know extensive web design skills to set up shop because plug-and-play website platforms have enabled easy customization. This is good news for those looking to capitalize on the ever-growing online retail market. Continue reading More Than A Store: How To Create An Ecommerce Brand

How To Promote Your Business in 5 Easy Steps

If you’re running your own business, promoting it is vital if you want to attract new clients. There are many different ways this can be done, but picking the right one can be a challenge. Rather than trying lots of different strategies, it is best to focus your attention on a handful first and gauge how effective they have been before trying something else.

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How Home Alone Would Have Been If Kevin Had Google Assistant

I am sure we are all familiar with Home Alone (Fox, 1990), the Christmas comedy blockbuster that propelled the then 10-year-old Macaulay Culkin into super stardom. The film details how the young protagonist, Kevin McCallister, got on with day-to-day life when his parents accidentally left him alone at home and how he handled burglars hellbent in entering his home. Continue reading How Home Alone Would Have Been If Kevin Had Google Assistant