I happen to know that Groupon.com is a fairly normal site. They offer good deals on restaurants and stuff. But if I didn't know that and saw this Facebook ad, it would not make me want to the visit the site.
Okay, so the 5 new things to do in Seattle everyday part is pretty cool. But the picture, while adorable, makes me wonder what sorts of people this site is directed toward. Is one of the 5 new things to do everday buying a cute little piggy? Is another buying it two pairs of children's rainboots? Is the third taking it on a walk through the mud? I can't wait to see what things number 4 and 5 could be! (I hope for the cute little piggy's sake, they don't involve bacon. Yeah, I went there.) Sometimes I just think the Facebook ad creators take the weirdest picture they can find and slap it on next to the company's name and the least helpful description ever. And then they go smoke more crack. (Crack is smoked, right? After writing that, I'm questioning whether it smoked or injected. Oh well, I'm leaving it. Also, can't be bothered to look it up. I have important things to do!)