It betrays its own description and seems to miss the mark on some basic marketing best practices. It shows a certain lack of confidence in the product.The dad-voiced narrator trying to relate to millennials is explicitly telling you how cool the game is.The purpose of dating is not much clearer than its definition.Before the early 1900s, when people started “dating,” they “called.” That is, men called on women, and everyone more or less agreed on the point of the visit.For an activity undertaken over such a long period of time, dating is remarkably difficult to characterize.
Obviously, one of the plans goes hilariously wrong. The Package So, if you have no inspiration and not a lot of skill with the Photoshop, it’s good that you’re able to recognize that. Too many times you’ll find someone in this situation try to ignore the fact that they have no talent and we wind up reviewing some ridiculously bad, albeit ambitious, cover. Our artist decided to revel in his or her mediocrity and I think the artwork is better for it.
Louisa Clark is a "warm, chatty, life-enhancing presence with a lot of potential." That's how the 26-year-old's former employer, a café owner who is closing his business, describes her in a letter of recommendation after he's forced to let her go.
But despite the gaggle of glowing adjectives in that sentence, if anything, it undersells just how exuberant, effervescent and extroverted Louisa really is.
Which is exactly the treatment Louisa receives from him after she agrees to take the care-giving job for six months. Well, it's been a very long time since he's had a good one.
What happens next is a version of the irresistible object running smack into an unstoppable force. So long, in fact, that he's convinced he'll never have a good day again.
But the rest of the voice-over is so melodramatic that it leaves the viewer wondering if another game is being described.