. How Advertisers Trick us with Complexity, Overexposed Athletes, and Dolly Castro |

Jan 24 2013

Wednesday’s Wash: How Advertisers Trick us with Complexity, Overexposed Athletes, and Dolly Castro

Published by at 6:21 am under Wednesday's Wash

Click on the photo for six products advertisers make us think are complicated

Nobody is ever going to improve the fork. It does its job perfectly, they nailed it the first time around. But if you are a company that manufactures some rock-simple product, the fact that there is no room left for innovation makes advertising a nightmare.  But these guys do it somehow.

The Wash

These are by far the most overexposed athletes – [Unathletic]

Dolly Castro might have the most desirable Twitter account – [The Smoking Jacket]

These people are not afraid of heights at all – [Nedhardy]

Chelsie Farah uses Twitter for the right reasons – [The Chive]

Heidi Klum even looks good walking her kids – [Cityrag]

The future is definitely not in this year – [Holytaco]

Some of the most breathtaking fireworks from New Year’s – [Oddee]

Athletes who are having the worst day ever – [Bleacher Report]

When I need a great story I look no further than here – [Linkiest]

A bunch of daily cool pics to get you through the day – [Funtasticus]





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