5 Brands Tweeting Bad

Last night was the much-anticipated series finale and Breaking Bad, a fact that probably has not escaped your attention. Unfortunately it also failed to escape the attention of a sizable number of brands.

Check out these five brand tweets about the end of the Walter White era. The only spoilers you’ll find here are companies injecting themselves into a good thing.

Denny’s

What will you do when #BreakingBad is over? How about breaking bacon with friends at Denny’s to discuss the finale. pic.twitter.com/TWVLSqp8c5

— Denny’s (@DennysDiner) September 29, 2013

 

To be fair, bacon is the new meth. It’s also the old meth. Mmm, bacon.

Oreo

Maybe your best course tonight would be to dunk lightly. #finale

— Oreo Cookie (@Oreo) September 30, 2013

 

Let it go Oreo. Just let it go already.

Intel

While you get ready for #BreakingBad tonight, take a moment to learn how we’re #BreakingFab http://t.co/aQKdvNBUWo pic.twitter.com/FfOu43sJ99

— Intel (@intel) September 29, 2013

 

No thanks, we’re good.

Warby Parker

Walt of #BreakingBad in the Ames in Whiskey Tortoise: http://t.co/bsK6KtQldV

— Warby Parker (@WarbyParker) September 30, 2013

Link in tweet to Instagram image:
Screen Shot 2013-09-30 at 10.24.19 AM

Ok this is actually kind of cool

Urban Outfitters

#omg #GoodbyeBreakingBad

— Urban Outfitters (@UrbanOutfitters) September 30, 2013

Hey Urban Outfitters: #stfu

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Lars is Google’s Head of Marketing across Singapore, Malaysia, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. With nearly two decades of international experience in the Internet and media industry, his passion lies at the intersection of technology and marketing. His career spans across the globe - from Europe to the emerging markets in Asia - from early stage start-ups to large organizations, providing him with an in-depth understanding of marketing, sales and business development across cultures and industries. In his current role he is responsible for local B2B and B2C brand and product marketing across all Google and Youtube services and devices.

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