Soft drink companies fire back at Mayor Bloomberg’s ban with cross-dressing ad
What’s the best way to respond to New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg’s attacks on the soft drink industry (in the form of a ban on drinks over 16 ounces)? By Photoshopping a dress onto him, of course.
The ad above appeared in Sunday’s New York Times, purchased by a group calling themselves the Center for Consumer Freedom.
Spoiler alert: The group has allegedly received large amounts of funding from restaurants and soft drink companies ranging from Wendy’s to Coca Cola.
I definitely agree with the strategy from the Center for Consumer Freedom here. If there’s anything Mrs. Doubtfire has taught us, it’s that putting a man in a dress will solve many of our petty squabbles. Buckets of carbonated sugar water for all!