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Tuesday, May 29, 2012
Have you taken notice of all the little euphemisms recently coming about to soften the once adult things like banks and car dearerships?
Banks now call their branches 'lending stores'. The Ford dealership is now the 'ford store'. And so forth. A few years back I wrote on the implementation of lower-case letters/font to 'soften' the image of certain businesses as well as to induce their customers to respond with the uncritical thinking capacity of a 10 year old.
No need for Upper Case letters on the name citibank - tee hee. Its MUCH easier to deal with a 'citi' 'bank' rather than with a 'City' 'Bank'. Ohhh the latter just scares me shitless! But the former -- so warm, so fuzzy, so breast-milky, so delicious, harmless... downright protective of me... I feel like I am in the Lawds arms right now even...
Ahhh... thank you 'citi bank'
Its much easier for me to get mah gamble on at the 'casino' rather than the 'Casino'. And I like 'parx' rather than 'Parks' which scares me like daddys deep bassy voice smelling of pipe tobacco and jack daniels on a muggy Tuesday afternoon.
Anyway without further ado - I present the "SHEEPLE BANK OF THE DAY" in:
Honorable mentions below:
(LOL! "TOO FRESH!" LOLOLOL!!!!!!)