|Current mood:|| contemplative|
|Current music:||Punjabi MC - Mundian To Back Ke|
Aight, the first assignment for Copywriting Workshops is a magazine campaign for the Peugeot 206cc. Aforementioned subject appears to be a very attractive sporty looking coupe which transforms into a cabriolet at the touch of a button.
If you know nothing about cars like me except how to get from point A to point B with one, a coupe is basically a 2-seater (thanks to Koen for this) and a cabriolet is a convertible. This means, one minute the 206cc is a neat little coupe and the next, voila! the steel top folds back and it's a flashy yet sleek convertible! Top up, top down!
Earlier on, I was wondering about hermaphrodites. It's hard enough being either male or female; imagine having both bits and forced to decide which team you want to play for! Let's say you find out your boyfriend was born a hermaphrodite (he's male now). What would you do? Dump him or just carry on?
Some people wouldn't want to know. I, for one, would like to know everything about my partner. Or the important things at least. But then again, if I were in that position (which I hope NEVER to be) I might say otherwise. And it shouldn't be such a big deal if he's male now and you love him. That was in the past and isn't really relevant. On the other hand, it's not as if it were a small issue (e.g. he used to sport a mullet).
Also, I was thinking of another scenario. Do you think it's cruel to go out with someone who really REALLY likes you because you like her, but you know deep down there's practically no chance of it ever becoming long-term?
Oh boy, did I get sidetracked. Perhaps I should change the subject title. I DO still have that Peugeot campaign to work on...