Snickers tweets that Katie Price and Cher Lloyd are stupid
THE Snickers Twitter campaign is an unedifying assault on the internet. The idea is that celebrities eat a Snickers and then do something out of character. The stars then each tweet a photo of themselves holding a Snickers by way of apology / explanation. It’s as if Snickers is a drug that drives you nuts. It wasn’t me, officer, it as the Snickers. So far, we’ve seen Katie Price, aka Jordan, pretending that eating a Snickers made her clever. Now, Cher Lloyd, the X Factor creation, says eating a Snickers made her read some books.
The message is clear: famous and successful women are thicker than a pair of Snicker-fed thighs.
Men on the other hand, learn to knit (Rio Ferdinand), play the cello (Ian Botham) or collect stamps (Amir Kahn).
The men become square and boring when on the Snickers. That’s better than being stupid, isn’t it.