I don't know if this will become an annual thing - probably not, my attention span as a blogger just isn't that long -
For the first and possibly only Frogma Scrooge Award for Advertising Slogans That Totally Don't Work -
I would like to nominate whatever diamond company purchased the entire length of a corridor in the nethermost regions of Grand Central Station. Most of the series was pretty standard-issue for the target audience (well-to-do commuters from suburban Connecticut).
However, there was one poster that I did notice & can't resist mentioning.
It depicted some sparkly gewgaw, with the caption:
"Suddenly, she thinks you're funny again".
Now does anyone else find that to be a rather disturbing sales pitch?