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Everybody likes free stuff, right?
I know I sure as hell do. I’ll even take stuff I don’t like just because it’s free. I’ll send in for food I don’t eat or lotions with too much perfume that I won’t use or whatever just because they are free.
Don’t worry. I don’t waste it. I donate it. I give it to friends or to the local shelters. I figure if some big ass company is going to offer me free shit, then the least I can do is take is off their hands. They can afford it. Heaven knows some of these companies have had more than enough of my cash. That’s for sure.
So in the spirit of free being better than anything else, I’m offering you a freebie.
I’m offering “Heart Stuck” free on Amazon for 3 days.
Starting tomorrow – that’s March 1st for those of you…
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McDonalds are clever with their Ads. They always reel you in, making you want to buy chicken nuggets or a dollar item. Their ads are everywhere; on billboards, tv and social media. No matter where you go, you can see their M towering over buildings in every town, sometimes two. They want you to remember their ads and logo, and in doing so, they use five basic design principles: contrast, repetition, alignment, proximity and color.
This ad is used as a cover picture on the McDonald’s official Facebook page. It is the first thing you see when you click on their page. This is their newest deal. This ad appeals to people who like the most they can get for the least amount of money. They have many options for you to look at and consider, and the colors used are designed to make you hungry.
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