The latest advertising scheme is a personal one.
You can sell your body parts as ad space to companies for a fee.
Now young people are sporting company logos on their faces.
Maybe other parts too, but I don’t want to know the details.
That’s not a bad way to make an income if you don’t mind being a billboard.
It’s environmentally friendly. No fliers or postcards to hand people on the street.
It prompts people to ask questions.
And if you don’t mind people staring at you for 8-hours a day, I suppose it’s a great way to a movie career.
Whatever the reason for renting out your cheeks, you will probably end up with public fatigue at the end of the day.
How can you stand the public’s gaze and murmuring all day long?
“Mary, did you see that woman’s face? Her cheeks looked like two lobsters clawing each other.”
“Now Edward, stop staring at that poor girl. Can’t you see her Botox injection went horribly wrong?”
This sounds crazy, but innovative advertising is always a bit off-putting.
Have you forgotten the ads for beer and cars during a Super-Bowl or a World-Series?
What about the ones with your favorite athlete in them?
I think this rent-a-face idea will catch on quickly.
Especially with fashion models and over-the-hill actors.
What a way to build a second career.