Eatvertising: Little Baby’s Ice-Scream Andy August 9, 2012 Advertising, Bizarre 5 Comments Here’s some free advice for advertising firms & their niche clients jockeying for brand awareness in already saturated product line marketplaces. Cue “Little Baby’s Ice-Cream” in Philadelphia. I know we live in a world where any size company now aspires to further their brand recognition via viral phenomenon, but please note that your average John Q Public likes things decidedly vanilla. Enjoying a bowl of ice-cream without flashbacks of a full grown woman comprised completely of soft serve, giddily eating her own head, while a narrator continuously implores them to consume more little babies. Unless you’re targeting the lucrative David Lynch fan / soft serve, self consumption fetish demographic. If that’s the case, you’ve hit this one out of the park. Second Scoop: Little Baby’s “Love Lickers” campaign from earlier this year. That sensation you feel is not brain freeze, it’s your cranium screaming. So far, Little Baby’s is not offering a 1-800 line for counseling. The following two tabs change content below.BioLatest Posts Andy Latest posts by Andy (see all) Say Whaaaaat? McRib Won’t See National Roll Out. - November 20, 2013 Quick Bite: McDonald’s New Veggie McWraps - August 29, 2013 Quick Bite: Lay’s Canada “Do Us A Flavor” Finalists. - August 1, 2013 5 Responses Laura August 9th, 2012 That is the creepiest thing I have ever seen. I have a “feeling” that I would never eat this ice cream. It would give me nightmares. Reply Shannon August 9th, 2012 I wonder why no little babies are used to advertise the ice cream. Reply Marisa August 9th, 2012 Well, so much for not needing a therapist ever again. Reply dagrappler August 10th, 2012 from the disturbed minds that brought you the burger king “king” mascot and the quiznos screeching rats comes this ad campaign… Reply Rodzilla August 11th, 2012 yeah, so I really, really disliked that. Enough to hope their business shutters. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website Comment Current ye@r * Leave this field empty Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.