Heady development from the cutthroat world of slogan trademarking: Pepsi is officially not "The Choice of a New Generation" any more. Pepsi Co. poured countless millions into promoting the slogan, but stopped using it 20 years ago. Now, Ad Age reports that it has been scooped up by Malt-O-Meal! Which is called "MOM Brands" now, apparently. Don't act like yall don't eat that cheap-ass Malt-O-Meal cereal and shit! Shout out to Malt-O-Meal! You cheap bastards.
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"The choice of a new generation" is no longer Pepsi-Cola, backed by a moonwalking Michael Jackson. It's Better Oats, backed by a doofus in his underwear in an unbearable commercial (below) where he sings about a "23-flavor celebrati... Read Post