It was recently learned that crack-smoking restaurant industry execs are pissed off @ Nationwide Insurance for their upcoming Super Bowl ad.
In a letter to Nationwide, Steven C. Anderson, president and chief executive officer of the Washington, D.C.-based National Restaurant Association, charged that the ad “give[s] the impression that working in a restaurant is a demeaning and unpleasant,” and stands as a “direct insult to the 12.8 million Americans who work in the restaurant industry.” [E! Online]
As a former employee of Taco Bell (in college, you whorebags!!!!), I can tell you that the experience was, well, very demeaning & unpleasant. There was nothing prestigious about making bean burritos or mopping the floor that made me proud. The only reason I held in there for four months was b/c it helped to fund crazy parties & allowed me to eat as many ChocoTacos as I wanted (when my supervisor wasn’t around, that is)!
W/ that in hand, I give you K.Fed’s Super Bowl ad.View All Photos ›