There are certain promotions and marketing staples we enjoy more than others. We are always down to "Chuck a Puck" or to participate en masse in the slightly fluffier version of the "Teddy Bear Toss." Making it on the Kiss Cam is a personal goal we’d like to see fulfilled sometime in the relatively near future, though we’d prefer to have time to notice for fear of landing on the big screen with a hockey-loving sibling.
And then there are some that make us a bit concerned:
Now, this actually seems like it could be entertaining; it’s the concept of putting your hand on something for an extended period that makes us nervous — primarily because its potential application to other forms of entertainment or infiltrate other areas of consumer-dom.
The Circus: “Leave you hand in the lion’s mouth for 30 seconds and win a snow-cone!”
Any other possible places where this idea could go wrong?