Monday, March 17, 2008

Quickie: Christvertising is Hilarious, Real or Not

Have you visited Christvertising yet? It's the innovative new scam service wherein the success of your product is ensured not by advertising, word-of-mouth, viral campaigns or other paleolithic methods, but by the power of prayer! Yay!

Is it real? Well, no, of course it isn't. But is it a parody? I'm not sure! But it sure is funny!

Happy Monday!

EDIT: The more I look at it, the more wonderfully fake I think it is. Note that there's no real contact info other than a generic "info@" address. Also, no real advertising guy --even a Christian one-- would wear shoes that bad. I wonder what kind of priceless responses they've been getting?

10 comments:

karenzipdrive said...

Funny, I thought Erik Menendez was in jail.

drew in sf said...

Thanks for posting that - freaking hilarious. Blessed human resources, ha!

RussCinDC said...

Or pleated khakis. As Kenneth Cole I think once said, "there are no pleats in heaven".

Princess Sparkle Pony said...

OMG, I know! The pleated khakis and blue shirt are totally on-the-nose.

dguzman said...

Is this Linus and Lucy's little brother, all grown up and shilling for Jesus? Oh, the humanity!

jolie said...

be sure to watch the little videos: under "what" is a teaser crotch shot of dr ed.

how ever do you find all this great stuff, princess?

Anonymous said...

WOW!!! "isosceles approach to marketing". Inspired doublespeak! I am in awe and will begin praying for this guy's mercy immediately.

Jess Wundrun said...

"If you like your brand, so do we. And so does God"

Dear Christvertising, God, et.al.,

Thankyou for liking my brand and prayerfully supporting my continued success. My product has seen some denigration in recent years, though its users commonly call out to Jesus during the employ of my brand.

Yours,
Joe Blow, CEO
Trojan Condoms.

Major Mel Funkshun said...

The small head, the huge hands, the pocket bulge, I think I'm in love.....

Anonymous said...

Total put on. Check out the "wide variety of refreshments".