There are so many things I don’t really understand. Like why is your image reversed in a mirror? Or why don’t we get electrocuted when we turn on a light?
And when it comes to ads, every once in a while I get equally perplexed. As I did with this insert from Tropicana. “Bring out your best you with Tropicana”
My “Best you”? What does that even mean? And what does it have to do with orange juice?
As I have mentioned in the past, I have a soft spot in my heart for Tropicana. My daughter was in their very first national campaign, the one that introduced the straw sticking into the orange—an image that they are still using today. She was the one who popped up from behind a table with the straw inserted into the orange, after all the adults had attempted to stick the straw in the orange, without success.
But that was then. Now we have messages like “Bring out your best you with Tropicana.” And since I am completely befuddled as to its meaning, I am counting on my readers to help. Send me, in the usual twenty-five words or less, your take on what they are actually trying to say. The winner won’t actually be selected at random. I will only choose from answers that actually make sense. But don’t worry too much about the judging process, since there is no actual prize being given. Except for my thanks.
So if you have any idea what the Tropicana idea is, please let me know.
Got the idea?