If Slogans Told The Truth…

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Some time ago we featured Brutally Honest Logos, but what if popular companies left their logos intact, but instead replaced their current slogans with honest ones that actually told the truth?

Finally, an honest slogan!

Finally, an honest slogan!

Finally, an honest slogan!

Finally, an honest slogan!

Finally, an honest slogan!

Finally, an honest slogan!

Finally, an honest slogan!

Finally, an honest slogan!

Finally, an honest slogan!

Finally, an honest slogan!

Finally, an honest slogan!

Finally, an honest slogan!

Finally, an honest slogan!

Finally, an honest slogan!

Finally, an honest slogan!

Finally, an honest slogan!

Finally, an honest slogan!

Finally, an honest slogan!

Finally, an honest slogan!

Finally, an honest slogan!

Finally, an honest slogan!

Finally, an honest slogan!

Finally, an honest slogan!

Finally, an honest slogan!

Finally, an honest slogan!

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  1. luveryouluverme July 19, 2019

    Maybe its photoshop! haha!

  2. Now uses Schick July 19, 2019

    Gillette: when the corporation that sells you razor blades accuses you of Toxic Masculinity.

  3. Razz the Razor July 19, 2019

    Gillette – the best a cat can get.
    Wilkinson Sword – Feel your skin burn.

  4. Does anyone notice that the Bic logo is a person stealing a pen ( the only way we ever get a pen)

  5. Propagandhi July 19, 2019

    Activia is so good you will shit yourself.

  6. Trunk monkey July 30, 2019

    The WD40 one is actually pretty good.They could just straight use that.
    I have like 5 cans to (almost) solve it.

  7. Geckolover May 6, 2021

    All of these are great!

    The Subway one is so true! I dated a guy who worked for Subway. He would frequently come over after work. He always smelled like bread. One day I noticed that I could still smell it, even though he hadn’t come over that week. I was appalled to find that the smell had seeped into my house. I opened all the windows, scrubbed everything, and eventually got rid of the smell. When that guy and I broke up, he left some stuff at my house. I packed up his stuff in a plastic tote. He never came to get his stuff, and the tote eventually ended up in a spare closet, forgotten. Years later, my husband asked about the tote. I told him where it came from and that we should just throw it out. He opened the tote and said, “We could at least use the old clothes as cleaning rags”. He pulled an old Subway shirt out of the tote, instantly filling the room with the smell of bread. After several years, that smell was still there! I’m thinking of making a horror story based on this. I will call it, “The Smell of Bread”. Lol.

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