It’s time, again, to check in on brands on Twitter to see what kinds of ridiculous, cheesy gems they’ve managed to come up with in just 140 characters.
A Starburst is the grace note to the symphony of your day.
— Starburst (@Starburst) September 17, 2013
Wow. Who is writing this stuff?
Board game champions deserve commemorative t-shirts AND Snapples. Agreed?
— Snapple® (@Snapple) September 12, 2013
I didn’t choose the cheesy life… pic.twitter.com/ymBN1lhLv1
— Domino’s Pizza (@dominos) September 18, 2013
Judging by your Twitter feed, we’re pretty sure you did choose the cheesy life, Domino’s.
What do you think of when you’re trying to clear your mind? pic.twitter.com/maFfiZEghJ
— Mr. Clean (@RealMrClean) September 18, 2013
This question is random and that trippy image makes Mr. Clean look more like Mr. Creeps-on-Dogs.
Do you give your kids weekly household chores? What do they normally do?
— HERSHEY’S KISSES (@HersheysKisses) September 10, 2013
Another non sequitur that has nothing to do with the brand or its products.
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