Recently while wandering the streets of Winnipeg, I noticed a trend among insurance advertisements. They mostly depict families or friends frolicking in a lush green grassy environment happy as can be. Try doing a Google image search of “life insurance” and you will see what I’m talking about. They look something like this:
After noticing this trend I decided that it might be fun to use Photoshop to show what’s really on the minds of these fun loving happily insured people. Take a look.
Grandpa is happy because he just got life insurance. Little Josephine is even happier because she just found out that she is listed as one of Grandpa’s beneficiaries.
Josephine may be weak, but her determination makes her strong and she is driven by her goals.
Jennifer and her husband just got life insurance. She now feels secure despite his high blood pressure and poor heart condition. As a result, she took him on a hike up and down some giant grassy knolls.
Her husband had a heart attack and died during the walk. How could she have known that a simple nature walk would turn into such cause for celebration.
The Wilkinson’s just purchased life insurance for all of their children. What a glorious day.
They can only hope that the children don’t have an “accident” and “fall” into a deadly bubbling cauldron of awful.
Chad just got his sweet ride insured and his lady friends are super stoked about it. In celebration they drove out to this field and dropped some acid.
Chad’s exact words to the insurance agency were “It’s not my fault! A monkey riding a bull came out of nowhere and totally smashed into my car!”
Little Toby’s parents died when he was a young age, and so Grandpa became his legal guardian. Grandpa just purchased life insurance for little Toby.
Now Grandpa doesn’t feel so bad about losing little Toby to Jareth the Goblin King aka David Bowie.