Anyway, I recently learned that, even though I don't know what energy drinks are for or who's supposed to be drinking them, there's approximately fifty billion of them, including one called "Pimp Juice" and another that is sponsored by Steven Seagal. But look out, all the other energy drinks: there's a new kid in town!
Getting through the day with the energy...of TITS!
But the fun doesn't stop there, oh no! What would a new product rollout be without some bogus, disingenuous marketing talk? "We are very excited to launch this new product into the dynamic energy drink market," says Hooters vice-president of marketing Mike McNeil, who gets paid a ridiculous amount of money to say things like that. "When you think of Hooters you think of high energy." And not, you know, tits.
The slogan for Hooters' Energy Drink (which tastes like citrus and/or berry, apparently, and not greasy hot wing sauce) is "REAL MEN NEED REAL ENERGY", because why let an opportunity go by to prop up the fake macho paradigm to which our weak-ass country so desperately clings? Here's another fun bit from Mike McNeil and his minions:
Hooters Energy Drink is poised to capture the U.S. marketplace.
Any day now.
Designed to energize and improve mental concentration and physical endurance, Hooters Energy drink combines a superior-tasting flavor
Superior-TASTING. Not actually superior, it just tastes that way, you see.
with a powerful caffeine punch
Just in case you're not getting enough heart disease from their wings.
cutting edge design
As you can see from the can, I can't possibly gainsay this.
and a highly marketable name.
The info page goes on to say that one of the drink's target markets is "the underserved NASCAR Nation". Underserved. Underserved. Because, really, who is paying attention to race car fans? It's not like you can't go five seconds without seeing one of their logos on a t-shirt or a consumer product or a TV commercial or during prime-time sports air time. It's about goddamn time someone FINALLY paid attention to those terribly underserved NASCAR fans!
What is your favorite reason to throw up?
In which mass-cultural phenomena have you never participated?
I am working on a school text at my job about young inventors, and one kid who's featured invented a "soup fan" -- a small cooling fan that hooks up to your soup spoon and cools your hot soup, because the inventor doesn't like to eat hot soup. Why is this stupid?
What desktop image have you always wanted, but have never been able to find?
There are eight rules of Throw Up Club.
Rule #1: You don't talk about Throw Up Club.
Rule #2: You don't talk about Throw Up Club! Especially when you're throwing up.
Rule #3: When someone gets the dry heaves, even if they're just faking it, the throw-up is over.
Rule #4. Only one guy to a bucket.
Rule #5: One bucket at a time.
Rule #6: Don't throw up on your hair or shoes.
Rule #7: You throw up as long as you have to.
Rule #8: If this is your first night at Throw Up Club, you have to throw up.
I guess we all have to go to MySpace now.