a label businesses in some countries have put up prominently on their premises as a sign that they promote ethical marketing—no gimmicky promotional sales or artificial discounts to lure gullible customers.
instead of marketing gimmicks like “35% discount + extra 10% for card members” and “spend $299+ and get $50 off,” ethical consumers ought to demand that retailers be part of the 0% discount campaign.
- close the market
get married i think i found the one. im ready to close the market.
- dirty girty
a grandma thats a b-ttsl-t by name of maria… maria salinas has been a dirty girty with jamie
- autismo gizmo
noun – another name for an over-marketed device meant for people with autism such as a fidget spinner, fidget cube, or any other fidget toy out there. person 1: hey, what’s that thing? person 2: a fidget spinner. person 1: cool, isn’t that an autismo gizmo? person 2: yeah, i guess. these things are really […]
gr16 is essentially gr8 (great) but used when something is too great for a simple ‘gr8’ to be used. it is double the power of a regular gr8, and when something is even gr8r than gr16, one can multiply the number by a multiple of eight. (example: gr32) jesus is so gr16.
the phrase exclaimed upon the successful completion of a survey on grindabuck.com. formerly known as “putting it on the board.” h-ll yeah, i just got 500 gabs for that survey! “bruceshad!”