Marketing Web site loses its lunch--literally

What looks to be a simple page dedicated to showcasing various pasta products holds a darker secret--mainly a young boy eating spaghetti, who ends up looking like he's got bigger problems than indigestion.

This Web site for Chef Boyardee was brought to my attention earlier this morning. What looks to be a simple page dedicated to showcasing various pasta products holds a darker secret--mainly a young boy eating spaghetti, who ends up looking like he's got bigger problems than indigestion.

My two big questions here:

1. How did this make it out, live and to the Internet? Better yet, out of the brainstorming meeting?

2. When did regurgitation become a popular marketing tool for food?

Brilliant.

[via We Are Scientists]

George Romero would be proud of this marketing Web site. CNET Networks
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