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Italian liquor throughout: marketers shouldn’t drink & type

These very real marketing bloopers have been spotted in the wild and they’re so ridiculous, we have to share them with you right away. Enjoy.

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Marketers: step away from the booze and keyboard

It’s Blooper day, and the MLS never disappoints. Thanks to Indiana’s own Bruce Walter and to Jan Pastras of Los Angeles for a number of great contributions this week. I hope you can help me with the last one by adding your comments. I laugh so hard every time I read it that I cannot come up with a retort!

Check out these classics:

For the Record…

“Italian liquor throughout”  (This must be the autopsy report for Sonny Corleone.)

“Polish cement floors.”  (What’s in them – Kielbasa?)

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“See the surprise over the mountains”  (Note to Bubba: When the mother ship lands, try to cover the empty beer cans in the back of your pickup.)

“The horse you’ve been waiting for” (Attention McDonald’s meat buyer – there’s a call for you on line one.)

“Donot call with qestions” (Well I doubt you would have the answers anyway.)

For Yo’ Mama…

“No smaking on premises” (Okay, but I’m going to smack you with a Dictionary as soon as you step foot off the porch.)

“French doora in bedroom” (…French Doora’s maid’s costume  and feather duster on bedroom floor.)

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“Agent must accompany clint” (Make my day!)

“2 unit home with tons of characters” (Sign at the California Actors Retirement Village.)

For the Road…

“Lower back is in flood plain” (Have you tried Depends?)
“Listin agent is owner” (Well that certainly puts a slant on things.)
“We hace interpruters” (I suggest you call one.)
“Correction oven” (Maybe you should put your head in it.)
“Spinal staircase” (Thus the footprints on your back?)

One For Me, Because I Can’t Stop Laughing!

“Do not disturb octopus” (I just have no words for this!)
That’s it for this week, folks. Remember: spell well and sell

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