I started watching Mad Men a couple of days ago and 4 episodes in, I'm a little hooked.
But it (and this truck I saw outside Queen Victoria Markets) got me thinking about the oddness of advertising words.
The truck said 'blah blah blah Chicken - Authentic poultry"
But how the hell is poultry UNAUTHENTIC?
If that's the best thing the owner of said truck can come up with - man - get some better product.
Do others knit, their chicken? Or is there a government agency that decides if chicken is 'authentic enough?'
I Google Imaged (verb!) 'Authentic Chicken' and only unidentifiable chicken meat in meals came up. ARE ALIVE CHICKENS NOT AUTHENTIC? Does this have implications for humans, am i not authentic until death or cannibalism becomes the newest rage?
I also enjoy the 1# YUMMY RESTAURANT I see on my way to Uni.
Or maybe it's actually DELICIOUS.