Companies and brands want you to remember them, so many have come up with slogans and jingles over the years that become so famous there’s no way you can forget them. But those slogans may not necessarily be telling consumers the whole truth, and now some folks on the Internet have changed that.
A new Reddit thread recently asked, "If brands were brutally honest, what brand would have what slogan?,” and folks couldn’t help but chime in, with some hilarious results.
Truthful brand slogans include:
- "Hot Pockets — Every bite is a different temperature."
- "Taco Bell — You can make 32 different things with these five ingredients, why mess with perfection?"
- "The Onion — This wasn't supposed to be a prediction."
- "Ikea — Visit for the meatballs. Stay because you can't find the f***ing way out."
- "YouTube — Where the world watches ads."
- "Q-tips — Listen, from a liability standpoint, we have to tell you to not stick these in your ears. But we’re not your mother. You do what the f**k you want."
- "Staples — No one actually works here."
- "Nike — Let's face it, you're not going to actually do it."
- "Ramen — You get paid in a few days."
- "Facebook — Making it easier to stalk people since 2004."
- "Reddit — You don't have to read shampoo bottles anymore while taking a dump."
- "Viagra — Try it. How hard can it be?"