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Most ads for cars, clothing, and even cans of that odd-tasting bubbly stuff (the stuff that makes the featherless beings act kind of funny sometimes) seem to feature featherless lady models.
Clearly, there is a connection between the presence of the ladies and the sale of the products.
Since – empirically speaking – feathery beings are always more alluring than featherless beings, it just stands to reason that simply adding the presence of a being with feathers to any product advertisement would cause it to sell out right away.
For instance, say you wanted to sell a well-loved and (sort of) gently used reflective glowing thing.
Some people might say “Oh, you can’t sell that old thing!”
But just add feathers and watch what happens.
Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts
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