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Transcript of Doritos Pug
The subtext of the message is that doritos are so irresistable, not only to humans but to animals with keen senses of smell. The tools of persuasion used are those of humor, repetition, and sympothy. Humor, in that the running of the dog, and the teasing of the man make many viewers laugh and think of buying th product. The repetition of "come on, come on" reaches out to the the consumers, and the sympathy of the woman to the dog shows that something will soon happen and it keeps the viewers interested. The positive message presented is the message that doritos will give any eater a good time and are so irresistable, even dogs cannot resist. However, there are negative messages shown as well. For instence, the animal cruelty of teasing is shown through the actions of the man. This can be very unamusing to some viewers who are assertive towards animal rights. The parts of the story that are purposley untold are the nutritional factors of Doritos. These being fats, sugars, and calories. The next fact that seems to be missing is the price of doritos. Finally, the fact that a small pug cannot knock down a screen door. This may be obvious to older viewers, but to young viewers it can become a fantasy. All of these factors could easily persuade a consumer to think twice before purchasing the final product. There are several things that are unstated in this message. These unstated things are also known as subtexts. Some examples of the subtext are that most dogs would not come bounding though a door just for doritos, and also most people would not waste their time taunting their dog with doritos.