“This Smells Like My Vagina”. Oh yeah, you read that one well. I can also be blunter and put that more directly, but I feel like we understand each other. Just don’t expect too much, ok? I am not trying to make a segway or retell a part of a conversation that recently took place. I also haven’t eavesdropped on someone else, rushing to spill the beans on what I heard.
Life is (not) marketing
Two mutually unrelated events especially caught my attention in the last month of the now already last 2018.
Donation to Nike
P. S. Our story about Colin Kaepernick is getting a new sequel these days. His Majesty the Colin Case caused that just one day after the release of the text "The Right Time to Take a Knee," a music star Rihanna refused to perform in February next year in the half-time of Super Bowl final game of the American NFL football league as an act of support of Colin Kaepernick.
The right time to take a knee
In last two months, much has been written, tweeted, discussed and talked about the Nike’s latest campaign launched in September of this year. The issue being debated was not the latest sneaker model, or a famous Adidas star defecting to the camp of its eternal rival, Nike. The big issue was Colin Kaepernick, the main character in this recent campaign.
Even though fall is practically here, here’s yet another summer topic. Maybe you took part in the Ten-San sunscreen competition? What, you don’t know what I’m talking about? Ten-San published caricatures done by eight famous caricature artists with the topic of Ten-San sunscreen and invited people to vote for the best one.