Hating Harris: Daily Wires Amazing Razor Ad Skivers Walk Corporation

The conservative outlet The Daily Wire has just created a masterclass on how to fight waking up corporations that are angry at customers who don’t think like them. In this case, it made a comparative or better product than Offensive Wake Corporation, then created a ridiculous, viral-worthy ad that mocked the company at every turn and made itself look like a smart entrepreneurial startup.

It’s part of the company’s public feud with Harry’s Resources, a popular shaving product company that advertises on the Daily Ware’s website until it decides it can’t be linked to a conservative website that only believes in bisexuality.

Harris pulled his ads in 2021 Now, the Daily Wire has launched its “Ehateharis” campaign, which has its own razor line called “Jeremy’s Razors” – after Jeremy Boring, co-founder and CEO of the Daily Wire.

The real cherry on top of this new business venture is the company Funny ads For Jeremy Razor, who urinates from Harry and the awakened ideology that has enslaved the business.

The nearly four-minute ad debuted on social media on March 22 and focused on an over-the-top, smog and unpleasant boring that demeaned Harry at every turn, mocking the current era awakening and pumping his own product while riding a bike around a sports car, Models walk around, and wear imaginative outfits.

Oh and yes, the CEO used a real flamethrower in the Harry (and Gillette) products in the ad.

Of course the whole point of the embarrassing preening – yes it is self-aware – is that the Daily Wire and Jeremy’s razors don’t need a Harry’s razor. They are obviously rich and successful and get women without Harry’s ad or his razor.

The best moments of the ad (next to the Flemthrower, of course) involve a few boring jokes against the awakened culture. “Do you remember when there were two sexes, and only one and a half of them had to shave their mustaches?” The CEO asked at the beginning of the commercial.

Clearly, Wake is allowed to have business outside of corporate land that is profitable, still understandable, and still has a sense of humor.

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