London McDonald's emoji campaign doesn't go as planned thanks to prankster
Emojis are huge right now.
Many people use them to express certain emotions, many just use them haphazardly, and many can actually talk in just full emoji sentences. Trust us, we've seen it happen.
Just recently, a London based McDonald's thought an emjoi centric billboard would catch everyone's eye, which in theory, great idea!
McDonald's "Good Times" campaign seemed very catchy, funny, and certainly gave the reality of waiting in line at the drive thru.
However, a graffiti artist got a hold of the billboard and decided it was missing one final emoji.
If you think of all the emoji's out there, it probably could have been worse. Love the concept, McDonalds!
Want more emoji love? Check out the slideshow below!
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