Last week while at a local restaurant, I saw this on the counter as I went to pay for my check:
“This mag was put together for the work’N men in the area, drill’n for oil/gas. The Drill’N Man is not writing about wine tasting on the Fingers Lakes. It was not written for anyone here on vacation. This paper was written for you roughnecking, hard-nosed men, who came here to work hard and make money to support your family.”
reads a letter from the creative director of the only publication for the men in the gas fields of PA/NY.
Yeah, you Joe Roughnecks are welcome here, he wants you to know on behalf of the good people here in this part of Pennsyltucky and the Southern Tier.
And what do we have to offer?
Besides this fine piece of newsprint here, well…
…like this little (well, at least the photo is little) lady here, who can deliver the paper to you personally:
“The Dolls are fun and friendly ladies who deliver The Drill’N Man to your workplace, hotels and night spots for your convenience. Rather than leave these things out for anyone to pick them up, we want to make sure that you working men get what was written for you.”
Uh huh. You read that right.
Personal delivery. Cue the music.
The text beside the Drill’N Doll photo is…how do I say it? hmmm…strategically placed, with “rather than leave these things out” right next to the breasts of the doll and “we want to make sure what you working men get what” is also just below said breasts.
Part II of The Drill’N Man tomorrow, with “Nine Ways To Beat The Cold.” I can’t spill all this gas in one go.
That’s what The Drill’N Doll wishes The Drill’N Man had said. Cue the music one more time, this time from comedian Pablo Francisco, which I couldn’t resist sharing.