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#1 Edited by Aegon (5820 posts) -

"Ow, Canada!" -Wipeout Canada. Also, possibly the worst pun in the world.   

#2 Posted by melcene (3034 posts) -

I just yesterday found out that the slogan for Sara Lee isn't "Nobody Does It Like Sara Lee" like I always thought it was.  It's "Nobody doesn't like Sara Lee."  Apparently they are fully aware that it's a double negative, and claim they did it that way to please the people that must find something wrong with everything.... I now think that's one of the dumbest slogans.  It should have been the other way.

#3 Posted by FrankCanada97 (4039 posts) -

The City of Vaughan: "The city above Toronto!"

#4 Posted by animateria (3259 posts) -

Gaming is my religion, and Haze is the Shit!


Thank you, Korn... Or whatever PR guy you guys have that wrote that.
#5 Posted by Aegon (5820 posts) -
@FrankCanada97 said:
The City of Vaughan: "The city above Toronto!"
Hahaha...why have I never heard that one before?
#6 Posted by Marcsman (3285 posts) -


Philadelphia: The City of Brotherly Love

Go there and see if you can find the love

Go on I dare you

#7 Posted by opp (39 posts) -

"Stop sitting at your computer all day and get out in the fresh air. For more go to www..."
#8 Edited by Maajin (1085 posts) -
This guy was elected as a federal congressman (don't know the exact translation) here on Brazil last year, he was the second most voted candidate in the history of our country. His slogan (and pretty much everything he ever said or promised) was: "Vote for me. After all, things can't get any worse." Just look at him . Oh, god.
#9 Posted by mnzy (2925 posts) -

That "make.believe" slogan was pretty funny when Sony was talking about that whole PSN issue.

#10 Posted by WoodenPlatypus (1356 posts) -


"I love carpets me!"

 

It's so bad, that it's amazing.

#11 Posted by Aegon (5820 posts) -
@theplatypus said:
This guy was elected as a federal congressman (don't know the exact translation) here on Brazil last year, he was the second most voted candidate in the history of our country. His slogan (and pretty much everything he ever said or promised) was: "Vote for me. After all, things can't get any worse." Just look at him . Oh, god.
Dude, he's like a clown. 
#12 Posted by imsh_pl (3308 posts) -

"It's revolting. It's violent. It's everything you love in a game. And your mom's gonna hate it."

Dead Space 2's marketing campaign was utterly pathetic, just as the games medium started becoming socially acceptable, EA just had to set us back 10 years back.

Fuck you EA.

#13 Posted by JoshyLee (178 posts) -

"Get a load of Chucky"

#14 Posted by mosespippy (4433 posts) -
@theplatypus: On the subject of political slogans it reminds me of "He Kicks Children in the Face"  
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LkZxs1j_K9w
#15 Posted by ShadowVirus (793 posts) -

Strap it on.

#16 Edited by Sooty (8082 posts) -

You are the controller.

It only does everything. (except online - oh exploitable)

Edit: Could also list a large amount of pretentious Apple slogans too.

#17 Posted by Famov (768 posts) -

He's one tough nerd.

Actually I'm pretty sure that's the best slogan ever.
#18 Posted by Burzmali (448 posts) -

Ault, Colorado's town sign says "A unique little town." 

#19 Posted by Cereal_Killa (50 posts) -
@imsh_pl said:
"It's revolting. It's violent. It's everything you love in a game. And your mom's gonna hate it."Dead Space 2's marketing campaign was utterly pathetic, just as the games medium started becoming socially acceptable, EA just had to set us back 10 years back.Fuck you EA.
Would have been my pick too. Not only does it make the community look like childish assholes, it devalues the game as well.
#20 Posted by oraknabo (1514 posts) -

Atlanta: the city too busy to hate

#21 Posted by kingzetta (4307 posts) -

"HEY, you never know" -the new york state lottery

#22 Edited by thegoldencat7 (1501 posts) -

The bank Natwest had an advert recently which ended with the line;

"Nothings hidden, only the facts."

 Priceless.

#23 Edited by SaturdayNightSpecials (2443 posts) -

There's a brand of snacks (whose name I forget, they make trail mix and crap) that has the slogan "A treat in itself"

I challenge you to explain the meaning of that satisfactorily.

#24 Posted by Kyreo (4602 posts) -

Good things come in bears.

#25 Posted by crusader8463 (14428 posts) -

I'm with the Dead Space 2 one. I don;t have any interest in the game, but it just felt demeaning to the industry.

#26 Posted by Kraank (74 posts) -

A guy I know who lives in Chicago said that during Chicago Bulls games they had some commercial that said "Mess with the bull you get the horn, mess with the Rose you get the thorn" or something extremely terrible like that.

#27 Posted by cnlmullen (895 posts) -

"Just do it" - NIke


More often than not, that's bad advice. 
#28 Posted by PrivateIronTFU (3874 posts) -

"Make the biggest little mistake of your life" - Reno, NV

#29 Posted by BonOrbitz (2249 posts) -
I'm lovin' it.

Good job McDonalds. Can't you come up with anything more generic? Shit, you should have gone back to "It's a good time for the great taste of McDonalds." At least that can't be applied to everything from Michelin Tires to Best Buy.
#30 Posted by ShaneDev (1696 posts) -

make.believe sounds like the purest and most bullshit marketing slogan ever. 

#31 Posted by danimal_furry (1453 posts) -

Bumper sticker I saw the other week: A dead baby is better than a living conservative.

#32 Edited by ohnobruno (85 posts) -


Spring For SIDS

 Every Spring they collect money at work for this organization and all I can think of is a group of people joyously jumping in the air because of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.

EDIT:  I forgot this part:

"Put a Spring in your Step ... add a little Sunshine to your heart and Spring for SIDS by wearing your favorite Spring outfit and your SIDS sticker."    

#33 Posted by Yanngc33 (4461 posts) -

make.believe is poor word play

#34 Posted by SoldierG654342 (1819 posts) -

"Army Strong" sounds like fucking Frankenstein out of context, which is how you almost always see it. 

Online
#35 Posted by Warchief (661 posts) -

"now more than ever" 

"imported from detroit" 


#36 Posted by MordeaniisChaos (5730 posts) -
@theplatypus: My years broke. Thanks asshole.

@mnzy said:
That "make.believe" slogan was pretty funny when Sony was talking about that whole PSN issue.
Better than just being uninspired and uninspiring like it was before.
#37 Posted by BonOrbitz (2249 posts) -

In my city, there are also a bunch of local businesses that use the phrase "Nobody does it better than (enter business name here). Nobody."

My blood pressure rises whenever I hear such an overused, uncreative concept.

#38 Posted by MysteriousBob (6272 posts) -

Its been posted but again-

"Strap it on"

Seriously though, its that Scott Pilgrim one that used the word 'epic'.
#39 Posted by Famov (768 posts) -

This thread doesn't have enough nearly enough xenophobic bumper stickers:


They took our jobs, etc.
#40 Edited by BabyChooChoo (4796 posts) -

Pwn the competition.
For the 1337 only!

I forget where I saw them exactly, but it had something to do with computers. I think it was for mice or something. Maybe even NICs. Wherever it was, I wanted to shoot myself after I saw it

Online
#41 Posted by anarchyzombie9 (615 posts) -

"Mo' Money Taxes. We get you mo' money." I love shitty inner city stores.

#42 Posted by Irvandus (2878 posts) -
@ShadowVirus said:
Strap it on.
Yep
#43 Posted by AckbarTheGreat (419 posts) -

"The more you know, the more you Khol's" How the fuck do I Khol's?

#44 Posted by NickL (2247 posts) -

I heard from a friend that for a little bit the state of washington had a slogan that was "Say wa" pronounced like say what but without the T

WA = abbreviation for washington
If that truly was their slogan and he wasn't just lying to me then i don't know what can beat that.
#45 Posted by Guyzea (816 posts) -
"Good things come in bears"

#46 Posted by Butler (391 posts) -

  @Marcsman: I live there. And the love is just tough love. ^^

"Question: Why take diet pills, when you can enjoy Ayds? Ayds helps you lose weight safely and effectively."

It works better when hearing it, but the chuckles are still there.

#47 Posted by habster3 (3600 posts) -

"EA Sports. It's in the game."

I don't know why, but that slogan infuriates me >:(

#48 Posted by SaturdayNightSpecials (2443 posts) -
@SoldierG654342 said:
"Army Strong" sounds like fucking Frankenstein out of context, which is how you almost always see it. 
Completely lost it at that mental image.
#49 Posted by S0ndor (2716 posts) -

"Are you lactating?"


Literal Spanish translation of "Got Milk?"
#50 Posted by JammyJesus (771 posts) -

Durham: This is Durham...