This year, British travel company and air carrier Thomas Cook introduced ‘Cook’s Club’, a tier of vacation deals for trendy, “forward-thinking” millennials.
To promote the new packages, Thomas Cook splayed the slogan, “I love Cook’s Club,” across its planes.
In spite of the company’s lighthearted intentions, the internet went extra hard on the execution of the message because—woe and behold—the second ‘O’ in “Cook’s” sits atop the engines’ exits; when the doors slide sideways, the character turns into a ‘C.’
It certainly didn’t take long for cheeky social media users to note that the tagline would read, “I love Cock’s Club,” if the doors slid open.
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