AOL Retains Customers With Siamese Twin Goatse.cx

In his tremulous excitement about getting the ‘scoop’, Ben apparently didn’t notice it, but the AOL Customer Retention Manual is just as Goatse.cxified as the new Mastercard logo.

Of course, what could be more appropriate a stylized logo for AOL Customer Retention than a couple of siamese twin CSRs stretching their communal anus wide enough to insert a large stack of free sign-up CDs? If only they’d let us do it for them.

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  1. mark duffy says:

    That’s a stretch…

  2. Hooray4Zoidberg says:

    Actually I believe the one with the headset is the CSR and the other is the customer. He has his arm around him as if to say, “Rather than cancelling your account, why don’t we just stretch that anus out for you instead.”

  3. RandomHookup says:

    Actually the whole thing gives me kinda a NAMBLA vibe.

  4. ModerateSnark says:

    I agree with H4Z–it’s not two CSRs.

    Even though they are dressed alike, the CSR is “loving the member.”

  5. ModerateSnark says:

    Ok, I want to reformat that:

    I agree with H4Z–even though they are dressed alike, it’s not two CSR’s.

    The CSR is “loving the member.”

    …Much better.

  6. CanuckGreg says:

    I think the CSR is giving the customer a combination reacharound/dutch rudder.

  7. bambino says:

    LMAO @ CanuckGreg. Nothing like a reacharound visual to being the workday.

  8. something_amazing says:

    Stop with the goatse.cx. It’s clear tha the CSR is trying his new retention strategies.

  9. Dustbunny says:

    Am I the only one who read “Goatse.cx” as “goat sex”?