Mayim Bialik and SodaStream Study the Primitive ‘Homoschlepiens’ and Their Bottled WaterMayim Bialik and SodaStream Study the Primitive ‘Homoschlepiens’ and Their Bottled Water https://c-suitenetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/mayim-bialik-and-sodastream-study-the-primitive-homoschlepiens-and-their-bottled-water-1024x512.jpg 1024 512 C-Suite Network https://c-suitenetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/mayim-bialik-and-sodastream-study-the-primitive-homoschlepiens-and-their-bottled-water-1024x512.jpg
A cautionary tale from the year 2136
Picture a world where plastic bottles no longer exist. It’s a world where everyone wants to preserve the environment and laughs at the silly wasting of plastic when water and other delicious beverages can be found through other means–like a SodaStream machine.
A new campaign from the brand imagines a time when plastic bottles are relics from the past, relegated to display cases and museums. In the case of this SodaStream ad, “The Homoschlepiens,” plastic bottles are sent to the Museum of Unnatural History, where inquisitive school children can go and learn all about the doomed generation that lugged them around to quench their thirst.
The campaign stars two faces you might recognize–Big Bang Theory actress Mayim Bialik, and Kristian Nairn (Hodor from Game of Thrones). Bialik plays a field researcher in the year 2136….