no, 'celibate sasquatch says' is the best line ever. i can't believe they actually had a campaign for this. what's the harm in a little neckin' in the woods? :)
it makes a lotta sense. if there are a bunch of celibate sasquatches running around, no WONDER there are so few sasquatches total!!
You are correct, Bobbi. The celebate sasquatch certainly explains the nearly extinct species. Glad we all finally undertand that. But, back to the advertisement: an eyebrowing lifting combination of strange and hilarious. Love the handprint on the back window.
yes, and the 'shake' marks all around the vehicle. and the steamed up windows :)) ha.not that i would know anything about that stuff.
Ah, I need a giggle. This is awesome. (Now trying to figure out how to work 'celibate sasquatch says' into a random conversation.)
I'm enough of a nerd that I googled "celibate sasquatch" after reading this. I was hoping for a wikipedia article or something to explain the history of the campaign. Or I thought maybe I'd even find some more posters, because those would probably be hilarious.But... I think I found the original artist instead, and this poster is circa 2009. I thought about not telling you, because I feel like a total party pooper.This guy (http://www.zackrock.com/blog/2009/03/03/only-you-can-prevent-well-you-know-nudge-nudge/) is the artist. And even though his post makes it sound legit, he entered it in a contest for fake vintage posters (http://sugarfrostedgoodness.blogspot.com/2009/06/sfg-ad-boy-winners-announced.html).I'm the official killjoy. Sorry! I just didn't want this to throw off your research.Still, it's great for a laugh. Thanks for sharing and sending me on a virtual treasure hunt.
Now that is good stuff!
wow ellen - good detective work.it is a little disappointing to find that this is not authentic, but since we are doing mostly visual research, it still stands as a nice example for us.celibate sasquatch says "now keep outta my woods!"he he.
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