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'Pickup Lines Of 13 Historical Figures' Turns Beethoven Into a Pimp

 - Aug 24, 2011
References: collegehumor & blog.thaeger
I'm fairly certain Beethoven was a total ladies man back in the day and these 'Pickup Lines Of 13 Historical Figures' images from CollegeHumor let viewers see the types of moves the master composer and a bunch of other historical figures had in seducing ladies.

To see the entire collection of Pickup Lines Of 13 Historical Figures, you'll have to head on over to CollegeHumor, but to whet your appetite, simply look at the image of Beethoven as he proposes, "How would you like to be Beethoven's Fifth?" to viewers. My favorite of the bunch has got to be an image of Moses with the quote, "Part 'em," hovering over his head.

Implications - Consumers appreciate humorous pop culture parodies because they provide consumers with a source of tension and stress relief. Corporations may consider using humorous advertising in order to garner attention from their targeted demographics.