Marketing Campaigns for Condoms
If all companies made condoms, their marketing campaigns would be something like this (not quite sure if this is not too British for everybody to appreciate?)
Sainsbury Condoms - Making life taste better.
Tesco Condoms - Every little helps.
Nike Condoms - Just do it.
Peugeot Condoms - The ride of your life.
Galaxy Condoms - Why have rubber when you can have silk.
KFC Condoms - Finger Licking good.
Minstrels Condoms - Melt in your mouth, not in your hands.
Safeway condoms - Lightening the load.
Abbey National condoms - Because life is complicated enough.
Coca Cola condoms - The real thing.
Ever Ready condoms - Keep going and going.
Macintosh condoms - It does more, it costs less, it's that simple.
Pringles condoms - Once you pop, you can't stop.
Burger King condoms - Home of the whopper
Goodyear condoms - For a longer ride go wide.
French Connection condoms - No comment required given the abbreviation!
Muller light condoms - So much pleasure, but where's the pain?
Flash condoms - Just sit back, relax and let flash do all the hard work.
Halford condoms - We go the extra mile.
Royal Mail condoms - I saw this and thought of you.
Andrex condoms - Soft, strong and very very long.
Renault condoms - Size really does matter!
Ronseal condoms - Does exactly what it says on the tin.
Ronseal quick-drying condoms - It's dry and waterproof in about 30 minutes.
Domestos condoms - Gets right under the rim.
Heineken condoms - Reaches parts that other condoms just cannot reach.
Carlsberg condoms - Probably the best condom in the world.
Mars condoms - A condom a day helps you work, rest and play.
AA Condoms - For the 4th emergency service.
Pepperami condoms - It's a bit of an animal.
Polo condoms - The condom with the hole. (a very poor seller)
credit: Uwe maybe