In-context advertising

Normally I am not a fan of the tooth with teeth that so many dentists seem to prefer as their mascot, so at first glance I was going to give the thumbs down to Sonrisa Dental’s little guy:

sonrisa1
He’s cross-eyed, kind of grabby looking, his teeth are enormous and for some reason he has a red cross on his chest (or perhaps that is his chin). A cluttered, confusing mascot if ever I saw one. “Come on, Sonrisa Dental,” I thought. “Sonrisa is Spanish for ‘smile.’ Can’t you just show us a nice human smile?” Then I looked on the other side of the building.

sonrisa2Very well, then. Cross-eyed grabby tooth it is.

Published in: on May 28, 2013 at 3:24 pm  Comments (1)  
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  1. I think the crosseyed guy is a parking meter.


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