Cheesy Marketing

21 Sep

Literally cheesy – As my grandmother would say  “Gosh, these guys’ inventions these days…”

Have you ever seen Cheese Pencils? Guess not, huh?

As you know, now it takes a lot more than the average packaging and traditional marketing to sell a product. That’s why marketers and designers are trying hard to get their product to be noticed. This one will definitely call attention on the supermarket shelves. So, give this guys a break!

“The Deli Garage Parmesan Pencils are shaped like oversized pencils, where the leads contain three different flavors: truffles, pesto and chilli. With the built-in grating function you can sprinkle delicious, appetizing flakes of Parmesan cheese on your meal. A scale on the pencils and on the back of the packaging doesn’t just list how much of the Parmesan Pencil is needed for each dish, but it even how many calories the portion contains”

Sounds good and tasty to me, because I fucking adore cheese!

Would you buy this?


4 Responses to “Cheesy Marketing”

  1. jo, the carrot September 21, 2011 at 4:51 pm #

    I fucking laikes a lot de cheese tamém, e mais, nã é a minha abó, mas a minha maezinha que diz “esta gente inventa de tudo hoje em dia…” Mas essa coisa de afiar queijo parece me bem prá salada!

  2. Movimento Moda September 22, 2011 at 12:26 pm #

    uau, excelente :)))

  3. katiab September 26, 2011 at 9:53 am #

    naaaaaaaaaaahh,it reminds me to much of pencil!!!i would try it though but i wouldn’t enjoy it as much!totally these guys’ inventions!

  4. The GSB September 28, 2011 at 12:07 am #

    Ha! this is too funny. I’m a sucker for wacky food products like these!

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