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Homo Sponsorensis: hominids bred for advertising, The homo sponsorensis is a hominid belonging to the same family of homo sapiens that came in very recent times. It was developed through artificial breeding with babies obtained through economic deals with adoption centers, under a project held by the world advertising industry in order to obtain human-like creatures specifically bred to appear in any kind of advertising campagins. AppearanceThe homo sponsorensis looks extremely similar to a typical human being, however two physical features differentiate it from homo sapiens.The first is an outstanding beauty: homo sponsorensis has been specifically bred by selecting only human beings whose look was judged to be universally good-looking. Body hair is virtually non-existent in this species, and so are baldness, wrinkles and brown eyes. Such selection has forced breeders to sacrifices certain features: a male homo sponsorensis’ virility is considerably smaller than a homo sapiens, however this has never been a problem due to sex being not advertisement-friendly. The second is a permanent paralysis on their cheeks that causes a permanent smile on their lips. Specimen were accurately selected in order to achieve this peculiar characteristic, highly desired by every advertisement agency, so that the homo sponsorensis that appear in commercials constantly look happy to our eyes. They can lower their lips’ angles down, but it requires them some considerable effort: the majority acquires such ability only after puberty. Traditionally, homo sponsorensis specimens had all a light skin. Only in recent times dark-colored specimens have been introduced in order to satisfy advertisers’ need to appeal to easy morality topics. First yearsHomo sponsorensis live in nuclear families, where a mating couple usually takes care of two to three children. Cubs are grown up in breeding grounds that are designed to resemble a typical American villa, in an artificial environment with a fake sun that is never replaced by rain. In place of breast milk, newborns are fed with milkshakes from the most recognizable fast food brands, until the age of six months, when the baby is ready to eat their first Fruity Loops. EducationEducation has been carefully planned in order to achieve the right mentality for this peculiar hominid species. It is essential not to mention topics such as sex, war, poverty, hunger and sadness: this way, even if a specimen feels one of these negative feelings, it will lack the necessary vocabulary to express it. History is straight ignored, since it would require talking about many taboo topics. Mathematics is categorically excluded, otherwise they may acquire the ability to distinguish a good deal from a bad one. In short, the main goal of the education of a homo sponsorensis is to prevent the development of an independent mind, in favor of a mind trained to worship any kind of brand. A 6 years old homo sponsorensis can list every single flavor of Coca-Cola sold in the world and remembers the dates of every single Amazon Prime Day in history. Cubs are also extensively taught the lives of brand heros like Colonel Sanders, Mr. Kellog and Steve Jobs. Even the tone of voice used by educators is carefully studied in order to be constantly happy and enthusiast, just like in commercials, so that cubs will never speak in any other tone. The most important part, however, is training them for appearing in commercials. Grammar lessons are based on advertisement language, with exercises and lectures based on commercial transcripts. Widespread is the teaching of music, with focus on happy tones (whistles and ukuleles are mandatory) and popular pop songs. It is natural to think that cubs are extensively taught acting: however, this is not necessary, since thanks to their natural characteristics and the education they’re given, they behave naturally once filmed for a commercial. The most talented cubs are given their first opportunities to appear in a commercial. They’re usually the children that appear on advertisements shown in the homo sapiens world. Adulthood A homo sponsorensis is considered an adult at 20 for males, 16 for females. This phase of their life is the most physically flourishing one, where their beauty reaches a status of perfection. A single adult homo sponsorensis will do an average of 2,4 commercials per day, with a daily schedule that can be summed up this way: 8 hours of sleep, 8 hours of commercials, 2 hours of physical exercise aimed at maintaining their beauty, 2 of medical treatments with the same goal, 4 hours of leisure. Due to their natural beauty and the daily treatments, a homo sponsorensis continues doing commercials until 40 on average, with the most beautiful ones lasting until 45. Once the first signs of ageing show up, it is retired from being filmed and kept for breeding. In general, a male and a female of similar physical treats are crossed in order to keep their desirable traits into their offspring. DeathHomo sponsorensis specimens which have gone through rewilding have been estimated the same life expectancy of homo sapiens. However, in the breeding grounds owned by advertising agencies, their actual lifespan tends to be lower, due to agencies’ habit of bringing down those that are no more useful to their scopes, in order to save money from maintaining them. Females that reach menopause are instantly labelled for suppression, while males are kept alive for breeding until they remain in health. The same fate happens to any cub or adult that suffers from any kind of disability, since the goal of creating such species has always been to have a model of human-like creature that looks absolutely perfect according to modern society’s standards.Outside of such strategic suppressions, due to a diet based primarily on industrial, heavily sugared food, high cholesterol, type-2 diabetes and other diseases linked to obesity (which strikes down many elder homo sponsorensis)are the most common cause of death in the species. Virtually very few homo sponsorensis manage to die for natural causes. The species’ futureHomo sponsorensis is a rare species even inside the advertising industry due to the high standard requirements of their breeding. The technology advancements in 3d models are making their usage in commercials more affordable than the care of homo sponsorensis, as one can cost over 250.000 US Dollars in maintenance during its whole lifetime. This brings up the problem of what to do with the remaining specimen once technology replaces them completely. Studies on their ecologic disposal are currently in plan and may be the preferred solution adopted by advertising agencies, although some have questioned the morality of it, proposing they should rather adapt in the homo sapiens society. This idea, however, would require them to discover a world where negative things exist: the psychological shock could potentially deadly, breeding experts say. For the moment, however, they will still appear in our television screens and pamphlets for a long time.
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