Google ad on msnbc streaming -- dumbest thing ever?
I watch Rachel on streaming and got this ad every break. It's this little obsequious shit practicing his groveling skills in an empty office. Mr. Coots, I love your hair. Mr. Coots, that's an impressive suit. Mr. Coots, the sight of you makes me question my orientation.
And then he sees a picture of a castle on the wall. Using his google phone, he identifies it. Mr. Coots enters and he applies this nugget of gold, asking the man if he's been to that region recently and why yes, he has. You know castles? I've always been into castles since a minute ago. Lips applied to ass and he's working in the tongue.
Is this really what Google wants to sell on? Shit, why not have a commercial with a man showing a woman the perfect time on a date and then the reveal is every little thing he learned about what she likes to impress her was learned from Facebook stalking? "Honey, you've never seen who I really am. I've only shown you the man you think you wanted. And we'll be together until the day we die. Aren't murder-suicides so romantic?"