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Coca Cola Daddy  nightengale  1 Feb 07 10:25PM Post Reply

Hey. I have to do a rhetorical analysis on this commercial tonight. Tell me what you think of it. I need more to write about and I'm at a dead end...thanks procrastination.

http://tinyurl.com/2sg4jb

re: Coca Cola Daddy  unknown  2 Feb 07 2:30AM Post Reply

what have u written so far?


it is disgusting vain attempt to merge consumption with identity.



st3nt

re: Coca Cola Daddy  unknown  2 Feb 07 3:35AM Post Reply

what he said

although i admit that crap is
good for cleaning dirty pennies

and the cans are good for
kicking

betty

re: Coca Cola Daddy  unknown  2 Feb 07 3:59AM Post Reply

Coca Cola..  That's where Santa/Satan came from.

re: Coca Cola Daddy  sir_I_clan  2 Feb 07 8:03AM Post Reply

Easy , he got the coke a cola made in 1885 which contained coca leaves ( cocaine ) ,  
sent him crazy , tattoos , reckless driving , 3 in a bed sex and animal cruelty .
The message is simple , young or old don't do coke .

Hope this helps .

re: Coca Cola Daddy  nightengale  2 Feb 07 10:31AM Post Reply

> Easy , he got the coke a cola made in 1885 which contained coca leaves
> ( cocaine ) ,  
> sent him crazy , tattoos , reckless driving , 3 in a bed sex and
> animal cruelty .
> The message is simple , young or old don't do coke .
>
> Hope this helps .


i wish I could say that. I'm going off the idea of Fowl's fifteen basic appeals: the need for escape. This is what I have for my introduction...meh...it's probably crap.

Effective advertising is imperative for selling any product, whether Dove soap or the latest Windows Vista computer software. $150 billion is spent by American advertisers to creatively capture the attention of potential buyers and hopefully persuade them to make a purchase (Fox 69). Recently, Coca Cola has aired a television commercial that successfully captures viewer’s attention, focusing on the need for escape, one of Jib Fowle’s fifteen basic appeals (Fowles 76). It humorously presents the story of a retired man who really starts enjoying life after tasting Coca Cola for the first time. This advertisement has every audience laughing along and experiencing a brief, thirty-second moment of freedom from responsibilities, living the “coke side of life.”

re: Coca Cola Daddy  bologna  2 Feb 07 10:37AM Post Reply

i wish i were your english teacher.

if you turned this paper in. i would grab you by the belt and hurl you from my classroom.

and stay out.

re: Coca Cola Daddy  unknown  2 Feb 07 1:14PM Post Reply

the only successful coke advert was by pepsi, and that was the pepsi challenge.

re: Coca Cola Daddy  nightengale  2 Feb 07 2:04PM Post Reply

> i wish i were your english teacher.
>
> if you turned this paper in. i would grab you by the belt and hurl you
> from my classroom.
>
> and stay out.


haha. thanks. my belt? I don't wear belts.

re: Coca Cola Daddy  bologna  2 Feb 07 2:07PM Post Reply

o?

then by your belt loops. you have those. don't you?

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