Have you been struggling to answer the question “HOW DO I LET AN ENTIRE SUBWAY CAR KNOW THAT I HAVE BEDBUGS?”? Well look no further!
*Based on a true story.
qr codes are such a failed attempt at advertising. It really says something when 80% of college-aged people have no clue what they are for. I know what they are for and I still hate them. Nothing like attempting to scan a qr code unsuccessfully because you can’t get a good picture of it (out of focus, insufficient lighting, motion, etc.) to make you not want a product you could have had a memorable URL that most people can understand AND use!
QR codes take you to a website right? How does that work on the subway when most of the trains are underground?
I tried scanning some of the codes on the OP’s tumblr and found that Google’s goggle app for iPhone tries to do a google search for the URL rather than taking you to the address that is the URL, which, of course, takes you a page of irrelevant results or none at all (who googles a URL?)
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