Whole Foods’ Black Friday Deal. {funny}

Via on Nov 28, 2010

Say What?

Nicknamed Whole Paycheck by some, I’d remind we conscious consumers that if the food is more local and more organic it’s worth it. If it’s not, it’s not.

Still…

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8 Responses to “Whole Foods’ Black Friday Deal. {funny}”

  1. Alex Hanifin says:

    Well, that is poor marketing.

  2. Jeff Meyer jcmeyer10 says:

    You can't say they didn't try.

  3. elephantjournal says:

    What a deal!! ~ Angela R.

  4. What I like is when supermarkets have signs reading, "10 for $10!", a not-so-subtle suggestion that you purchase 10 of them instead of just 1 for $1.

  5. Ahem: “I’d remind US….” Object of the verb,”remind.” A little knowledge is dangerous.

  6. Elena says:

    …I have kind of my own little bloopers file of pix from various marketing and signage failures for my own personal amusement, but I'm not allowed to put them on the internets or I'll loose my job.

    …I also have photos of produce that looks suggestively like ::ahem:: something else.

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