Director: What is this? You call this a slogan?
Marketing Guy: Sorry, sir. All of the good slogans are taken.
Director: What, all of them?
Marketing Guy: Yes, sir.
Director: Can't we use something simple like "Tastes great"?
Marketing Guy: Bud Light trademarked that already, sir.
Director: "Mm mm good"?
Marketing: Campbell's Soup.
Director: "They're GREAT"?
Marketing: Frosted Flakes.
Director: "Try it, you'll like it"?
Director: Really? Alka-Seltzer?
Marketing: Yes, sir.
Director: Howabout just "Enjoy"?
Director: There must be something left. Didn't your team come up with anything else that wasn't already in use?
Marketing Guy: ... yes. But they're no better.
Director: Lay it on me.
Marketing Guy. If you insist, sir.
Director: I do.
Marketing Guy: There was "Chex Mix: It's Full of Carbs." And "Sackful of Random Crap We Threw Together." And "You Could Make It Yourself for Less But The Bag Is More Convenient."
Director: .... those are not improvements.
Marketing Guy: No, sir. We thought of trying "It's f***ing AWESOME" but the focus groups showed that mothers hated it and a boycott or perhaps a lynching would result.
Director: Pity. So ... this is all we've got.
Marketing Guy: I'm afraid so.
Director: Couldn't we at least make it grammatically correct? Y'know, "A Bag of Interesting ... Stuff", or something?
Marketing Guy: Do you think that would help, sir?
Marketing Guy: "A Bag of Interesting" it is, then.
Director: I hate my job.