Jump to content


Replying to Redefining Food Porn


Post Options

  or Cancel


Topic Summary

Posted 20 April 2019 - 02:12 PM

JJ4yuvX.jpg

 

 

:chuckle:

 

What's behind curtain number one?

 

giphy.gif

 

:25:  :funny-chicken-dancing:

 

af6241a769b6439b4e15840d5671856f.jpg


Posted 20 April 2019 - 01:59 PM

:chuckle: :chuckle: :chuckle:

 


Posted 20 April 2019 - 01:34 PM

PIZZA PIZZA! You should always order the bigger pizza. While an 8" pizza is roughly 50 square inches, a 16" pizza is 200 square inches, which is 4 times bigger but most pizza places charge by radius and don't consider the overall area of the pizza. An NPR study found that one 20" pizza is actually bigger than two 14" pizzas, but is also, on average, $9.00 cheaper. PIZZA PIZZA! You should always order the bigger pizza. While an 8" pizza is roughly 50 square inches, a 16" pizza is 200 square inches, which is 4 times bigger but most pizza places charge by radius and don't consider the overall area of the pizza. An NPR study found that one 20" pizza is actually bigger than two 14" pizzas, but is also, on average, $9.00 cheaper.

 

 

:chicken: :chicken: :chicken:

 

pizza-cheeseburger-you-know-you-want-one

 

:rofl:


Posted 20 April 2019 - 01:30 PM

PIZZA PIZZA! You should always order the bigger pizza. While an 8" pizza is roughly 50 square inches, a 16" pizza is 200 square inches, which is 4 times bigger but most pizza places charge by radius and don't consider the overall area of the pizza. An NPR study found that one 20" pizza is actually bigger than two 14" pizzas, but is also, on average, $9.00 cheaper. PIZZA PIZZA! You should always order the bigger pizza. While an 8" pizza is roughly 50 square inches, a 16" pizza is 200 square inches, which is 4 times bigger but most pizza places charge by radius and don't consider the overall area of the pizza. An NPR study found that one 20" pizza is actually bigger than two 14" pizzas, but is also, on average, $9.00 cheaper.


Feathers

Posted 01 April 2019 - 04:56 PM

:chicken: :chicken:

 

funny-wine-memes-jokes-humor-86.jpg

 

:Egg-icon: :Idea1: :chuckle:


Posted 01 April 2019 - 04:38 PM

:chuckle:

 

wine-and-cheese.jpg

 


Posted 27 February 2019 - 07:22 PM

Speaking of certain parameters. How about the new readability and spell checking filters out there? Keywords and search term phrases are one thing, but this is something altogether different. It seems search engine providers want a uniform reading and writing parameter. It is said that it makes it easier for these large engines to sort through search preferences. What those preferences may be? IDK. It seems to provide less encouragement for abstract thinking...write in this form of 'read ability' and get a higher rating in the search engines...also, graphic size parameters do apply...

 

 

Beginning with the very first pitch, plant seeds of interest. Provide information and education about the need. Then nurture it. Feed it with positive support. Then when it's ripe for the picking, harvest it and make new wine. Which is another whole process too. Don't forget to use a brand new wine skin in the packaging. That's important.

 

 Bias Language
 Clichés
 Complex Phrases
 Diacritical Marks
 Double Negatives
 Hidden Verbs
 Jargon
 Passive Voice
 Phrases to Avoid
 Redundant Phrases

 

:rofl:  :rofl:  :rofl:

 

Fanta is made by Coca Cola. Or at least is was...

 

Can you feel the love?

 

:smiley-laughing024:

 

2579171_0.jpg

 

:ronalddance:

 

:biggrin:


Feathers

Posted 02 February 2019 - 01:23 PM

And the influences of pop culture on society:

 

http://forum.chicken...ulture/?p=11155


Feathers

Posted 02 February 2019 - 01:19 PM

A gallery of ad examples:

 

http://forum.chicken...ve-advertising/


Posted 31 January 2019 - 12:08 PM

And curtain number 2?

 

giphy.gif

 

:smokesmall: :smokesmall: :smokesmall:

 

Pick number 3...

 

 

:popcorn:

 

:happy: :happy: :happy:


Review the complete topic (launches new window)

IPB Skin By Virteq