Chipotle has come up with a sweet able way to get broadcast to suitable their deep like for burritos. Today, Chipotle is in succession a shared media battle asking broadcast to post a haiku on Chirrup or the brand's Facebook page for the chance to win prizes. The Top 20 poems with the most Likes and retweets will win a feast for two.
Ordinarily, this sort of consumer-generated contest fare is sweet terrible. But some of Chipotle's fans are putting some impressive levels of creativeness into it.
On Facebook, a name submitted, "I used to date you/ But now you just serve me food/ One taco, no like." A additional user says, "Gripping salsa/ Glides in a roundabout way beans, rice and meat/ dancing appetite joy."
Here are some of our pet Chirrup poems so far:
@ChipotleTweets And you shall find Him, Wrapped in Swaddling Foil, Burrito Jesus. pic.chirrup.com/5mevITCQQS
— JakesTea (@JakeWethington) February 5, 2015
@ChipotleTweets There is a bolt from the blue – like I have, for the heavy – handed hand
— Bob Plow (@bobplow) February 5, 2015
.@ChipotleTweets An first Haiku, by Nick Brewer. Alone lacking you You make my pants feel amusing Delight dance with my tongue.
— Nick Brewer (@ngbrew62) February 5, 2015
@ChipotleTweets I despise you haiku, you're too hard to do. Burrito.
— Kathy (@Rollergirl116) February 5, 2015
@ChipotleTweets #haiku. Foil wrapped burrito Is it incorrect to like you so? I don't need a man. Delight retweet!
— Catherine Weller (@cweller7) February 5, 2015
My wife said to write A haiku for this contest What am I, a moose? @ChipotleTweets
— David Learn (@marauder34) February 5, 2015
Dear broadcast in line, Anticipate the questions. I ain't got all day. @ChipotleTweets #ChipotleHaiku
— Gregory Joseph (@MrMcGregger) February 5, 2015