mascots gone wild

11/6/06 at 5:01 pm | Posted in CNET Asia, Tech | 1 Comment

Check out my CNET Asia tech blog entry “Mascots gone wild.”

Here’s an excerpt:

What do you do if you’re a company with a kid-friendly image, only to find to your horror that a video clip of your mascots is circulating on YouTube?

I’m not referring to one of the many innocent clips of children’s parties featuring these mascots, but rather of them doing their own rendition of “my humps”–and I’m not talking about The Black Eyed Peas song.

Read the full story.


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  1. Bwahahaha! I hated Jollibee’s response letter, it was so “plastic.” The statement appealed to people to stop spreading the video because “it can cause harm to those we care about most — the children.” Please lang ha! What they care most about are profits and preserving Jollibee’s image, not the children.

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