CTA advertisement: "Less Than Perfect"
November 6, 2009 3:57 PM Subscribe
[Chicago Filter] Does anyone know anything about the "Less Than Perfect" ads running on the CTA?
posted by phunniemee to grab bag (12 answers total)
I would love to know the origin of the ads that have been showing up on the trains recently. They're all black with plain text, and say things like:
"The guy who forgot to shower this morning. Again."
"The guy who sings along to his iPod. Poorly."
"The woman who gives her shopping bags their own seat."
And they have a little thing that says "Less Than Perfect:" in the upper left-hand corner.
Anyone know what this might be about? There's nothing else on the signs, and they're not (overtly) advertising anything. Google only returns results for that sitcom from a few years ago.
My boyfriend thinks this is the CTA trying to be hip, but I say the CTA is too broke to be edgy where someone else could pay for advertising, but he thinks that there aren't enough paying advertisers so the CTA is just filling the space. I wanna know!