Rather Than Getting Your Freak on, May I Suggest Getting Your Gruel On?

If you’re an astute observer of the advertising industry, you may have noticed a recent trend. From sneaker manufacturers to churches to Pilates studios, everyone seems to be urging us to “Get Your [something] On.” For example: Get Your Boogie On Get Your Cheer On Get Your Snooki On (note: I do not know what […]