If you really want fat, lazy gamers to click your ad…

…you might want to re-think showcasing a circa 1985 Nintendo Entertainment System, let alone using a stock photo that has clearly been (badly) shop’d.  I’m glad you know how to use the Paint Bucket tool.  Unfortunately, you’re a tool too.

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Next time try showing a PS3, a 360, or any other console that wasn’t made over 25 years ago.  Some of your target audience (read: the ones without hair on their balls) may not even know what the hell an NES is.  You might also be perceived as more legitimate if you just–

Wait, what’s this?

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…Lazy? … Soda? It’s like…almost as if this ad was written for me!  $150 a day, wowee!  But wait…what if the games I have to test are lame?

“I’m not talking about some lame ass games online. I’m talking about the latest and greatest games that are yet to hit the shelves.”

It’s like you’re reading my mind!  I don’t know how you do it!!!  Where do I sign up!?!?!

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Oh. </3

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