“At this rate, plastic is set to outweigh fish in the ocean by 2050,” the complaint reads.
Plus, should this guy who accidentally left a $22,000 tip get his money back?
“Hardly the die-hard jihadi warrior that they like to portray, just a moaning Westerner that’s out of his depth," says the British fighter who found the letter.
A children’s party with generic-brand cola sends the same message as a wedding with Aldi wine does: We’re here to fucking party.
At long last—chips that ladies can eat, too!
Diet soda has been under fire for decades from groups and experts who say that it's not a healthy option.
The soda has become a weapon of unity, but maybe not in the way that their advertising team had hoped.
A veteran public relations officer told us why United Airlines, Sean Spicer, and Pepsi should have known better.
Pepsi launched a controversial new ad on Tuesday, brought everyone on the internet together in their hatred of it on Wednesday, then pulled the ad on Thursday. It’s going to need—a closer look.
Move over, Kendall—Big Soda really does fund fake protests nationwide.
"Pepsi was trying to project a global a message of unity, peace, and understanding. Clearly, we missed the mark, and we apologize."