Brands obviously love their followers, but these days it’s beginning to feel like they love each other even more. What was a noticeably phenomenon during the Super Bowl, has only intensified this Valentine’s Day. Have you felt the love?
Here’s a few brands gettin’ it on today. Get a chat room, guys:
Swiffer blows a kiss at IAMS:
— Swiffer (@Swiffer) February 14, 2014
And at Oldspice:
Intel made a mildly nauseating Vine Valentine (a Valenvine?) for Toshiba:
Hershey’s sends (a photo of) one of their plastic rose tube things to People Mag, among other magazines:
Oreo wants you to remember their sweet creme filling during that weekend Netflix marathon:
Uh, so Crest sent Oral B a Charmin-branded valentine? The bathroom is getting crowded, folks:
This isn’t directed toward another brand, but it made us wonder how many people down Pepto-Bismol after that first kiss:
Love. It can be nauseating sometimes. We feel you. Happy Valentine’s Day, regardless. — Pepto-Bismol (@Pepto) February 14, 2014
Charmin. Never one to shy away from cute-but-corny puns:
— Charmin (@Charmin) February 14, 2014
DiGiorno retweeted some fan-made #Tweethearts:
— Tweethearts (@tweethearts) February 11, 2014
Lastly, we’re not sure what to make of this, but Yo Gabba Gabba! apparently wants to eat Anthony Bourdain?
— Yo Gabba Gabba! (@yogabbagabba) February 14, 2014
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