The picture that I decide to describe is a Tabasco Sauce advertisement. The advertisement is stating that Tabasco is a very hot like fire. The background and the physical appearance of the Tabasco sauce is expressing the idea of the sauce been hot flammable and I can see it by the way that Tabasco sauce is symbolized as that is publishing this ad telling us that this sauce is so hot that is like a extinguisher that turn off a fire.
I can see a small Tabasco Sauce bottle in the image that is been put as a fire extinguisher.
You are able to see the details like the hose, meter, lever and the safety pin that is around t he sauce. What can it mean? The question is simple! I think that Tabasco publisher letting us
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But of course we won’t open an extinguisher for our mouth maybe we will just need to sip water when tasting it.
Sauce this hot can be dangerous by not able to control the heat in your mouth. Not too many people of fans of tasting hot spicy foods. People can’t tolerate the fire of the mouth when the heat of a spicy taste is I there mouth
The reason for us to know that the Tabasco sauce is hot is because of the coloring red as background and container. In the bottom of this picture there words that state “Beware of the
Heat” and “Little Bottle”. Trying to let us know that the bottle can be small but its content can have tasty and hot. I believe that people who eat hot stuff can be tolerable with this Tabasco sauce. We would be good buying the product. I believe that the beware of the heat its giving the warning that the advertiser is daring the people who eat hot food that they wouldn’t be able to resist the hotness that gives when tasting the flavory hot sauce. The Tabasco sauce won’t be that bad for people who been who loves the burning of the sauce in theirs
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Gage Domingue Ms. David English 2 10/1/15 Cultural Identity Being an African American born in Louisiana who loves spicy food and even spicier women, i 'm greatly influenced by my culture. My cultural identity comes from the food I eat, the race I am, and the state that I live in. If not for these three things, I wouldn 't be myself. First of all, the food as I said before is spicy.
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In the “Squatty Potty” infomercial, the ad makers are trying to convince the audience to buy their product by explaining to them how using it helps prevent health problems. In the beginning of the ad the prince shows us how the unicorn is going to teach us how to use the squatty potty and how the squatty potty is going to give us the poop of our lives. The ad makers carefully crafted logos and ethos appeals to give reasons and knowledge for their audience to buy their product. They also used humor and comic to make the audience watch and feel more comfortable thinking about the proses of pooping. The first thing the ad makers used to attract their audience is using pathos appeals through comedy.
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In addition, the ad strives to bring awareness and educate the public about the all too real and horrifying facts of animal cruelty. One of the elements used to support the message is the powerful image of the neglected dog. Light is used to create contrast, and it serves to bring to the forefront the focal point. The viewer’s eye is immediately drawn to the timid and emaciated dog chained to the barrel, stating its claim as the ad’s focal point. In addition, the obscure dark area serves to set a somber mood reinforcing the message of the dog’s helplessness and desperation.
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