On second thought, I’m through with blogging. Read here to find out why.
I hate — no, make that I intensely and rabidly despise — the marketing trend that slaps “deep thoughts” onto products.
I don’t know which company started this annoying little propaganda practice first, but I blame Starbucks. (I’ve been blaming them for quite a few things lately, it seems.) Those leftie, greenie, “let’s hold hands and sing Kum By Ya” blurbs on the side of an overpriced latte really piss me off.
Philosophy, the maker of my favorite facial moisturizer does the same thing but since I use that stuff first thing in the morning I’m not awake enough to read their pithy little saying.
Today, however, I opened a brand new tub of Daisy Sour Cream and found a foil lid, emblazoned with sunflowers, staring back at me. On it, in fat happy letters, is the inscription:
So what? So can my middle finger, which is precisely the one I used to gesture at the sour cream before ripping off the foil lid and throwing it in the trash.