Sprint tweets, then deletes, saucy warning
The Sprint Twitter feed posted this gem and then removed it after about 24 minutes and only six people had commented on the very sexual/phallic impressions of a wiener and mustard squirted on a phone.
I guess the warning Sprint was trying to convey was condiment failure is a real and possible thing. Be prepared. Their saucy tweet was yanked quickly, probably they were afraid that public awareness would ketchup to the company and would land someone in the social media dept in a pickle. I’m betting someone was told to not post that but they mustard them wrong.
Seriously though, is there not a service where you show an image to a group of teenagers and if they giggle you know something’s up. “Hey Al, got this steaming hot wiener in the bottom left with mustard apparently shooting from the end, think it’s ok to print?” “Sure Bob, but just before we do perhaps you should Giggle It.”
Have a good weekend y’all, and if you’re looking for a job in the Sprint social media department, I’m guessing there’s a newly vacated spot.
EDIT: And then they reposted it.
Accidents happen. Stay safe this weekend. #MemorialDayWeekend pic.twitter.com/0rDbTxlNzp
— Sprint (@sprint) May 22, 2015