Gratitudes and Platitudes Monday-Little Man on the Effectiveness of Advertising

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“On the prow of the wagon, in an attempt to attract business among the Quarterites, Ignatius taped a sheet of Big Chief paper on which he had printed in crayon: TWELVE INCHES (12) OF PARADISE. So far no one had responded to its message.” –A Confederacy of Dunces, John Kennedy Toole

As Little Man and I were barricaded in our home today due to Snowmageddon, we had to find ways to fill what would otherwise have been a normal Monday. I opted for work, laundry and cooking, while Little Man opted for movies and You Tube. At some point late in the afternoon, he shared one of his comical observations that always make me deeply grateful that I am his mother:

LM: I just saw something that changed the way I will see advertising for the rest of my life.

Me: What’s that, schmoopie?

LM: I saw a woman’s boob in an ad. The ad was about gum.

And it begins…. © Racheal Lee Bradford


6 thoughts on “Gratitudes and Platitudes Monday-Little Man on the Effectiveness of Advertising

  1. Don Royster says:

    Next thing you know they will have brassieres that blow bubbles. Won’t that be something?

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  2. Racheal..with truly words and feelings from my heart..little man, always make me smile, little man is very smart….little man is amazing!!!!
    Just five minutes ago, I finished of last fictional story ” A day to die, when the sacrifice opened the door to forgiveness” by the way is my first fiction…now..I need to review and correct some details and I will publish it..maybe tomorrow are thinking, why I am sharing this with are right…I am a little bit crazy. Blessings and keep enjoying of little man.

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  3. Mom says:

    Hahaha, that’s so funny!

    Liked by 1 person

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