Guerilla culture-jammers slam local bakery

Here’s the latest in a series of shocking fake ad campaigns that have been popping up on Muni buses. The text reads: “Fartine Bakery & Cafe. Wait in line for five hours to buy a fucking donut.” Someone should smash the windows of that place before they sell any more pastries.

[Muni Diaries via Grubstreet SF]

18 Responses to “Guerilla culture-jammers slam local bakery”

  1. Um says:

    This would be more effective if Tartine Bakery actually sold any “fucking” donuts.

  2. MrEricSir says:

    The problem with these is they’re just not very funny. Only a 6th grader would think words like “cum” and “fart” are substitutes for an actual punchline.

  3. Rob says:

    This sort of “guerilla” shit is evidence enough to assume that the “creative” behind this and many other asinine efforts alike, are engineered by otherwise useless, and unemployed turds.

  4. D. Jon Moutarde says:

    Actually… almost fair criticism. The “five hours” and “donut” bits count as, eh, poetic license, no?

  5. captain planet says:

    Why would anyone spend the $ to produce these and place them on the muni system?

  6. GG says:

    Yeah, I like the idea, but I have to say that for the amount of effort evidently put into them, I wish they were more clever (not that I could come up with anything better, but still).

  7. suckerpunch says:

    I like the idea better than the execution, but I DO like the idea.

  8. Willie_Biggs says:

    Whoever this is, wrote “F”ARTINE as a joke, as well as a way to cover their ass from getting sued by the real shithole bakery you big dummies. Same would go with that “Du Beers” one to, I believe. Du Beers, still less impressive…..

  9. jack says:

    People don’t wait in long-ass lines for shitty pastries.

    • Herr Doktor Professor Deth Vegetable says:

      Are you kidding? People will wait in long-ass lines for all KINDS of things that suck, dude. Popularity != Quality. Most people have terrible, terrible taste.

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