Sunday, February 13, 2005
And comments from around the net.
she's cute - and she's a comic book fan - a fanboy's wet dream...it'll be pretty spectacular if she becomes a star based on an Pepsi/iTunes ad. I wish her all the luck. During XXXIX, there was a commercial with a cute girl. Someone said "By tomorrow, she'll probably have fan pages." It took only minutes. She must be a heck of an actor to squeeze that much personality and charm into taking off the lid of a Pepsi bottle. Pepsi should thank this girl. Justin. You are doing a great service to all in this great country. I've spoken to a few of my buddies and the only thing anyone can remember from the super bowl is That Pepsi Girl. Jesus Christ, I didn't get to see the Super Bowl, but it looks like this "Pepsi Girl" is the most important thing I missed. She's amazingly hot. That is too normal an obsession for an internet site. Needs to be something freakier like that horse from the bud light commercial last year or something. Is she the "Official" Pepsi Girl? Cause with all this hoopla, over Pepsi I'm sure there is going to be a new commercial with her. As freaky as this site is, in his defense she is really hot. I thought I was the only one who noticed this girl. She is in fact very cute :) She is the only reason why I remember that commercial. If I was Pepsi I would make her the official Pepsi Girl. I'm amused anyone would create a whole blog just for one girl in a commercial. And pissed you thought of it first! :-) The whole thing about her ethnic ambiguity and the poems that accompany it are really similar to the stuff from MST3K where Servo falls in love with Creepy Girl. I see she'd play an awesome Psylocke. That would be kinda cool maybe. Count the number of references to Pepsi and iTunes, including the two sets of right sidebar links, the guy saying he'll buy her an iPod (bottom of page), his small discussion of how he wants to buy a Mini Mac (but already has a Mac) and the 'Coke vs. Pepsi' post. All of this is very subtle, especially because of the quote on the right actually accusing the blog of being guerilla marketing, but I am of the opinion that it is corporate. It's too... 'quirky, but not scary' to be real. If it's fake, I take my hat off to the copywriter who put it together....if you want to see a sad example of copywritten fake blogs check out McD's pathetic Lincolm Fry attempt.. Is this a Pepsi site, and part of thier ad campagne? It is making people actually look for a commercial that they would not have seen otherwise. I've never heard of that before. But it made me actually look for the commercial at the site and watch and enjoy a commercial. And I hate commercials. But I like this. The power of Mandy...