This winter, Coke Zero is giving mankind the first tool for creating a completely customized holiday Sweater. It’s time to get your knit on.
Very last sweater post, I promise. But you see, tomorrow’s the last day for this, and I’m currently at 58. Which is still in the top 100, but for my peace of mind and America’s, could you do me a solid and vote one more time?
I will have a turbo-manly photo shoot done in the sweater. That might interest 2 or 3 of you. Otherwise you’ll remain in my favor forever.
I don’t ask for much. All I ask for this holiday season is to reach into your hearts and vote for my sweater. Look at it. It has eagles on it. Eagles and bears.
Look, here’s the thing. Out of like 24,000 submissions, I’m ranked 112. The top 100 get their sweaters made. I am so close. I would wear this magnificent garment, like, all the time. This would be my favorite sweater ever, and I would possibly even have a fancy photo shoot done in it. This shoot would include axes, beards, and plenty of smoldering ‘tude.
Please, for Ron Swanson’s sake, vote. You can vote every day, if you feel so inclined. It would make this little copywriter’s heart very happy.
I will keep the plug posts to a minimum. Thank you.
So when are you going to start uploading GIFs on tumblr instead of imgur? I guess I can see the convenience, but these confounded animations won't run on the mobile app.
Well, the original reason I even used imgur in the first place was because 1/2 the gifs I would upload would result in a still image, no animation at all. It prob had to do with size limits. Anyway, I’m kind of stuck in my ways now because storing them on imgur and imbedding them in my posts is so easy, plus the convenience of storing all my gifs there.
I’m not sure what mobile OS you’re on or if that even matters, but I have the tumblr app open to my blog right now on my iPhone and the gifs are most certainly animating. You just have to tap on “external image” and give it a few seconds.