Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Fumblers on the roof

You've been wondering about this one, haven't you? It's like 'Alien Nation' or 'Dark City', where the world still seems pretty normal, but there is one little thing niggling in your subconscious you can't quite put your finger on. It seems to be everyplace you look and everywhere you turn.

Like a plague of wiggly black worms, this duo has taken over the internets. You see them gyrating all over the page, sometimes in front of a huge moon, sometimes on a roof, sometimes with nothing to frame their ghastly writhing.

A scientific survey of internet users(sample size: me and the guy next to me) brought forth the following top two questions:
a) Who is this couple, and why are they dancing so badly?
b) Why do most LMB women have dreadlocks?


Blogger ahsan said...

I can't believe there is a blog about the weird couple dancing on a rooftop for a mortgage ad. I always wondered what was up with the fat chick with dreadlocks.

Anyhow, last night on I saw another lowermybills ad which had a dog dancing side-to-side. The dog is facing you and you see the dog's dong swinging side-to-side as well! My coworkers who have yet to see it claim it may have been the tail but I cannot find the ad anymore, so I hope you do come across it and post it.

10/05/2006 6:53 AM  
Blogger dev2r said...

Sounds interesting, just grab the screen if you ever see it again...

10/12/2006 9:04 PM  
Blogger ahsan said...

I actually located it on another advertising blog.

10/13/2006 6:21 PM  
Blogger dev2r said...

That's a nice site... maybe we should have LMB trading cards, they got some I haven't ever seen!

10/19/2006 7:51 PM  
Blogger Minds i said...

This advertisers business model is to generate monster clicks and capture just a few loans to pay their bills. We have those few idiots who actually do business with LMB to thank for the relentless idiocy that we're subjected to. The rest of us, who click on the ads, fuel the fire since LMB designs these ads to get users to click through, presumably to 'build brand'. If no one clicked through, bet your bottom dollar, their ads would change overnight.

1/18/2007 11:57 AM  
Blogger michael said...

dog dong ads...that might work.

red rocket!

where the hack advertisers find the bad art for these.

2/01/2007 12:47 PM  

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