44-White Castle Barbecue sauce
Seems to be geared towards a male crowd judged by the rather disturbing pig dancing reminscient of burlesque in a sense from the start. The raspy female voice oozes with seduction and flirtatious syllables floating throughout. Makes one want to sink right into a tempting pulled pork drenched in a “come hither barbecue sauce.”
"come hither..sweet, saucy, oh so nasty. whatcha craving?" The dialect is appealing because it is suggestive, alluring, and smooth. It portrays the sauce in a practically risqué manner. It gets the point across bluntly. It is unique because it uses the sense of bizarre and incorporates that with the product to make it rather graphic and almost unappealing to vegetarians. It’s a flash dance that meets bacon!