Visual cues, anyone? [Part 3]
This is the third installation of visual creatives from my Twitter collection. The first one was slightly more entertaining than the second one. So, I am sure, this post would easily win the gold medal, with a better mix of entertainment and triviality. Although I take immense pride (and comfort) in verbal communication, the visual medium leaves a bigger impact. Words rarely enjoy such scale of retention on the consumer’s psyche.
On that morbid note, let’s get started.
Imagine how choked Nebraska must feel so far away from the sea. Do you ever think about that? No, you only think about yourself.
If you remember this, you've been on Twitter for way too long.
I am bloody brilliant at answering my own questions.
Wishing them a happy married life. Yes, they complete each other.
How I feel when I make one good move in chess.
When you've done nothing but social distancing your whole life.
This is why I hate BMW.
The fact that you don't know the name of this man is a small part of a much bigger problem.
Me to somebody who tells me my shoelaces are open.
Throwback to when I made my PolScience professor brother shut up about international relations.
Every human baby must come with this disclaimer.