I've been getting some very unique and interesting responses as of late.
One person, the same one whining about "I'm not interested" also complained about the emojis that I sometimes use (emoticons, you know, the little smileys and such showing up in your email reader or browser or dumbphone screen or what not).
Those same emojis you use without thinking about 'em. Like :( for instance, even without the visual impact.
EVERYONE uses them, friend, much like everyone watches videos, whether they're dumb or not (most aren't just dumb, they make YOU dumber x 100 - unless its the ones I've put out).
(no that last bit ain't marketing either, it's the flat out, very unvarnished solid TRUTH).
Just check out what people are saying for one!
But anyway ... I didnt reply to him - maybe he's the overly serious sort, or perhaps a Martian - for whom these things make no impact, maybe he is, that sort does exist, but it's rare.
Maybe he is, so whatever - plus rare or not, I dont particularly CARE . . .
Nothing if not a budding poet I BE.
But anyway again ...
Back in the day, in 2004, I once purchased a brand of SUPER STRONG beer - something you could not, I repeat, COULD NOT - never - PAY me to do.
I'm a light beer fan, my friend, I dont know why.
OK, Guiness ain't light, neither is Stella, but thats different.
For me, I'd rather sip on light beer all day - Budlight, maybe, but I'd prefer Corona as I've said many times before.
You COULD pay me to do that, and I'd do it - even if you didnt pay me to do it!
And lose weight while doing it ... remember THAT?
But anyway, Thunderbolt in India was, and probably is one of the nastier strong beers - much like the awful Colt 45 and MAGNUM's in the US.
Yet, incredibly, I drank bottles of the last, bottles and bottles, Ricky used to keep sending them to me, I kept drinking them!
"Black dudes drink it up all day!" Ricky would tell me
NONE of those beers tasted good.
They ALL had the kick of a mule, and they all hit you like a thunderbolt WHILE drinking, and the day after.
Or, the butt of a Colt 45 smashed up against the back of your noggin the next day it felt like!
Point being, though ...
Kingfisher is a far better known brand.
Great light beer, but equally terrible strong beer, and In India for some reason, at least back then, I suspect even now - India is a more a nation of hard liqor drinkers, not so much beer, so perhaps that explains it, and why I hardly live there, hehe - people drink a lot of that too.
I still remember the HORSE on the bottle of Thunderbolt, Mom saying "Akta Ghoda Laygayiye Dieche!"
Pardon my shitty Bengali, Mom.
I know, you tried your best. Hehe.
It translates to "look, that thunderbolt, even the picture of a HORSE!"
Said satirically, mockingly - I wonder where I got 'em skills from, hehe - but she said it.
Colt 45 and Magnum to me, my skinny ass at the time would often remember what Jay, my friend told me.
"Youre starting to look like them black guys now!"
(he was referring to my swimming , pushups, rapidly bulking up CHEST) ...
You kno wwhat I mean.
Arms like gorillas, traps till the sky, and of course that big glass bottle or tin. Hehe.
Just conjured up real manliness to my 19 year old self...
I wouldn't drink any of them today if you paid me to.
But, the point is this - and what the guy above told me.
There is a reason PICTURES speak directly to you, your subconscious, they speak a thousand words, often times better than even my written words which are often called BETTER than pictures because of what and how they DRAW and imprint on YOUR MIND .. are used by all successful marketers, even people in general.
Ever see how the pic apps are the most popular ones?
It might seem dumb.
For the most part it is.
But the subconscious functions on that level, and its anything but dumb...
So THAT is what it's about, friend.
And if you reading this are feeling a billion bucks after your workout, and can see yourself - I KNOW you can - in a 0 Excuses Fitness hoodie or something, then take advantage of the special ⚡THUNDERBOLT⚡ offer we have going on on that.
Basically, boils down to this - - put $1000 in your site wallet, and get $300 off - no questions asked - off the apparel purchase.
(And, youll see a special email on this too coming up soon).
Truly PARTY TIME, folks.
PS - I love that wife beater beer, hehe, and the T shirts too. Have not quite been there and done that, but HEY!