Thursday, August 31, 2006

Guerilla!


The text on the vehicle means: Full service supply of building materials. (Hungarian)
Do anyone get it? Thanks Laci for sending this. Now please explain!

10 comments:

giotto said...

This picture is not an ad!

It's only a funny picture.
Let me explain the point.

The vehicle is supposed to do "Full service supply of building materials" as the text says. But the "arm" of it holds - next to the tent - a tipical hungarian outdoor cooking pot, called "bogrács".

Karolis Grinkus said...

Well they're cookin' something in a pot... And do you see where the pot is attached? :)

giotto said...

This is not an ad!

It's only a funny picture.

Let me explain the point.

The the 'arm' of the vehicle is holding a hungarian outdoor cookin' pot called: bogrács (next to the tent). Looks like this kind of support is part of the "full service" category at the company :)

giotto said...

This is not an ad!

It's only a funny picture.

Let me explain the point.

The the 'arm' of the vehicle is holding a hungarian outdoor cookin' pot called: bogrács (next to the tent). Looks like this kind of support is part of the "full service" category at the company :)

Anonymous said...

You can see a typical Hungarian holiday plot: the plastic garden party furniture, and so on (even the vegetation is part of the feeling :) ).

The funny thing is that even the "bogrács" (the big iron pot, used for, eg., cooking goulash) is provided bz the
building material vendor...

Anonymous said...

I guess the reason for posting was that the crane is holding "casserole", from which they're eating.

Anonymous said...

An inside joke. Here in Hungary we often use kettles for outdoor cooking (for fish soup mostly). The crane is holding the kettle that was oroginally supposed to be suspended from a tripod over the open fire.

noel said...

'You can see a typical Hungarian holiday plot: the plastic garden party furniture, and so on (even the vegetation is part of the feeling :) ).'

yea, that's just like calling ANY fat bastard a typical american, innit?

Anonymous said...

Baszod! Hülye amcsi seggek, nem értitek meg? Ti nem szoktatok főzni? Bementek a supermarketbe egy kis instant mikrós halleves porért?

Anonymous said...

at last, me, Laci, the poster.

With a funny pic like this you get emailed all over the country without being a SPAMMER. get publicity, and, localization, as from the area number, people will know that you are in the neighborhood. Call this a funny pic, I regard it a guerilla ad, I am absolutely positive, that more people got it this way than putting it in a local newspaper.