Is Jennifer Aniston's 'Sex Tape' Really a Viral Hit?
To the dissapointment of Rachel-fans, news of Jennifer Aniston’s “Sex Tape” Is actually just a video ad campaign for Smartwater.
In the video realeased Monday, three Internet consultants instruct Aniston one how to get the most "hits" through viral-worthy scenes and visits to online sensations like Keenan Cahill and “Double Rainbow guy.”
The concept is clever, but not clear of negative reaction. Comments from YouTube share the biggest downside to proclaiming to have a viral hit before it actually is a viral hit: very public dissing.
Here are a few:
“So_ viral it has 305 views, how pathetic.”
“This should be titled, ‘Jennifer Aniston_ sells out’”
“You can't call it a viral before it goes viral? It's us the watcher /_ user that will decide if it will go viral or not?”
“And why not take the extra 2 seconds to use capital letters? You paid Jennifer Aniston 10's or 100's of thousands for this video yet you don't bother to employ someone who can speak the English language?
“F*ck bottled water. Save the environment and your money by getting a filter if you think_ your tap water isnt good enough. Don't support privatization of water.”
“Nope, don't like_ it.”
“Lame. How about endorsing the use of reusable containers or safer and better tasting tap water?? because_ buying bottled water...that's what you are getting!”