If Brands Were Honest, This Is What Their Logos And Slogans Would Be


As you may already know, there’s a Tumblr page dedicated to just about everything that exists. On this edition of cool Tumblr accounts, we’re looking at Honest Slogans.

The page is operated by an unknown, skilled photoshop artist. The logos and slogans of well-known companies are altered and replaced with what they should really say based on their overall performance and reputation as a company. Check out the altered slogans below!

Best Buy: Try it out before buying it on Amazon

Apple: $2,000 Facebook machines

Nature Valley Granola Bars: Crumbs Everywhere

Toyota: Moving forward, unintentionally

Kool-Aid: Sugar-Water

Go Daddy.com: Where’d everybody go?

MTV: ______ Television

YouTube: Don’t read the comments

Abode Acrobat: Would you like to update?

Lego: The Bane of your foot’s existence

FedEx: It’s probably broken

Target: Walmart for the middle class

Xbox Live: Find out who your mother’s been sleeping with

Q-Tips Cotton Swabs: You use them in your ears even though we say not to

McDonald’s: Because you only have $4

Waffle House: It’s 2am and you’re drunk

Nike: Just buy it

America Online: Need a CD frisbee?

Hot Pockets: Every bite is a different temperature

Google: Just try using another search engine

PayPal: Because you have to

Keystone Light: Stay sober during beer pong

Ben & Jerry’s: Eat away your feelings

Vicks NyQuil: Slip into a nice coma for few hours

Pepsi: When there’s no Coke

Hidden Valley The Original Ranch: Makes vegetables bad for you

CapriSun All Natural: Careful not to poke a hole through the back

Google+: Google Wave 2.0

Chick-Fil-A: We didn’t invent the chicken, just a teenage girl on Facebook

Cosmopolitan: Sex quizzes. Sex tips. Sex facts.

 

amc: Just ignore Low Winter Sun

 

 

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