love "cute" animals? You know the kind I'm talking about. Fuzzy, happy,
harmless little animals that want to do nothing but snuggle, giggle and
sleep in your arms all day long. It's always been a winning formula in the
world of advertising too; just throw in a cute animal with your campaign
and your sales will soar. The people behind Coca-Cola are all too familiar
seen their animated polar bear commercials, where they make soothing bear
"mmmmmn" sounds as they enjoy a bottle of coke. Their world is so
peaceful... just ice, snow, other polar bears and bottles of Coca-Cola.
But how did they get these sodas in the first place? While at the grocery
store the other day, I noticed that Santa Claus was on the label with one
of the polar bear cubs and it got me thinking, "What if Santa really
brought a bottle of Coca-Cola to a polar bear cub?"
this in mind that I present you a realistic look at exactly what would
guarantee they won't show you that on the Discovery Channel.
Well, I hope
this has been most informative.
kids... just like the sign at the zoo says: Please don't
feed the bears.