Since my last post was about shower curtains being attracted to humans I only think it’s right that I now discuss human on plastic action.
It’s on a TV commercial. This may be regional (southern Ontario) but it’s on a big brand’s ad. Cashmere bathroom tissue is the brand and the ad is mainly about a model strutting down a runway in a dress made of Cashmere bathroom tissue. Indeed her train is made of some not completely unrolled toilet paper. The model stops walking and zones out as she fondles a corner of her dress.
Above is all fine. That changes when they cut from this. The end is made up of anonymous arms and hands touching Cashmere bathroom tissue. One roll is free and a hand fondles it lovingly. It’s just that a marketing genius made all of the other rolls of Cashmere be a package with the brand name clearly visible. i.e. The rest of the rolls are clearly still wrapped in plastic. There are four other hands and arms fondling the plastic just as lovingly as the first hand fondles the Cashmere. “Mmmm, plastic,” they are saying by their actions. “Just as nice to caress as Cashmere bathroom tissue and a fraction of the price.”