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Lad Goes To Extreme Lengths To Get Free Bottles Of Oasis

Lad Goes To Extreme Lengths To Get Free Bottles Of Oasis

In this day and age, it seems that if you want to go viral and/or get free stuff, you either have to get naked or look enough like Jamie Vardy to get a verified Twitter account.

However, Scott Poole ended up going viral and getting free stuff without having to get his bum out or getting serious plastic surgery.

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The lad, from Liverpool, tweeted the following:


It's one of those tweets that you'd put out without even thinking about it.

It is just a throwaway comment. But Oasis saw it and they replied. At the end of the day, these social media accounts don't run themselves.

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Little did Scott know that his life was about to change. It wasn't going to change forever but would for a month.

Oasis followed through with their promise and they designed lots of t-shirts and sent them to Scott. He then went on to wear them. Every. Single. Day.

Side note: What is this guy's job?! Who let him get away with this? Unless he's a student and therefore all of my questions are null and void.


Anyway, people fucking love free shit. So, when people saw what Scott was doing they all thought to themselves: "I want me some of that!" and robbed his idea.

Well, I assume for Oasis this is a beautiful bit of marketing so they weren't arsed about the blatant plagiarism and sent out free t-shirts to loads of people who all also wore them for a month.


So, there you have it. If you want some free shit, you just need to think of a pretty cool thing that you could do to promote a company.
Easy peasy.

Featured image credit: Twitter

Topics: Oasis, Tweet, Drinks, T-Shirt, Twitter

Mel Ramsay

Mel Ramsay has been a Senior Journalist for Tyla and LADbible since 2015. She started her career writing obituaries and funeral guides online. Since then, her work has been published in a wide variety of national and local news sites. She is part of the BBC's Generation project and has spoken about young people, politics and mental health on television, radio and online. Contact her - [email protected]