Chit Chat Now, this is ADVERTISING!!!!

Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by JcMinJapan, Jan 25, 2005.

  1. JcMinJapan

    JcMinJapan Premium Member

    Not really ignorance undenied, but this is the best section for it.... !

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/6867209/
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  2. Mizar

    Mizar Premium Member

    Nice.
     
  3. helenheaven

    helenheaven Premium Member

    I think that is cool! A nice salary for a month's work, yeah I'd do it! We are all walking advertisements anyway, (nike shoes etc)

    Lips by L'Oreal!
     
  4. JcMinJapan

    JcMinJapan Premium Member

    Yeah, instead of wearing their logos for free.... thus free advertising... start charging them! :lol:
     
  5. Bleys

    Bleys Phoenix Takes Flight Staff Member

    37 thousand in exchange for wearing an ad on your forehead.....hmmmm....I think I could do it. God knows I've done worse for less.:o
     
  6. oortpower

    oortpower Member

    I wonder how many people are going to try this now? 37 large would be some nice change to have in your pocket esp. for college, or car payment or whatever. That almost 450K a year! Thats more than the president makes! Bush would probably be better off doing this, at least he couldn't screw it up.
     
  7. kiwirobin

    kiwirobin Premium Member

    Lol, for that cash you could use my whole body for a billboard.
    :gomods:
     
  8. drlau

    drlau Premium Member

    Or for a mere £422.00, you can rent a different body part for 15 days in Scotland:

    More eBay Silliness
     
  9. blueknight

    blueknight New Member

    An article in the Omaha World-Herald a couple of weeks ago talked about a guy(from Omaha, I think) is being paid by large corporations to have their ads permanently tattooed on his arms. He only gets $500.00 for each tattoo, though. I would think that something permanent should pay more than a temporary ad.
     
  10. mscbkc070904

    mscbkc070904 Premium Member

    yeah I heard about that guy, he shoudl get paid more it will take alot to get it removed down the road, especially if the company belly ups.