One of our readers sent me this commercial/advertising stunt which features three Italian grandmothers who travel in tiny homes on trailers to cook for lucky people and families they meet on the road on what they call a Sausage Sunday. It’s called The Sausage Nonnas – the World’s Most Elite Sausage Delivery Service.
The grandmothers seem funny, they have a great sense of humor, and the tiny homes look pretty spacious, too. This video seems to be a marketing partnership featuring tiny houses on wheels with the Italian Sausage company, Johnsonville and the popular driver service, Uber. What do you think? Funny? Not funny? All I can say is, they seem like a lot of fun to hang out with and I wish I was lucky enough to get to eat their Italian dishes! How about you? Watch the video below and let us know your thoughts.
Three Grandmothers Cooking Italian in Tiny Houses on Wheels
VIDEO: The Sausage Nonnas
The Sausage Nonnas – Gina
The Sausage Nonnas – Lidia
The Sausage Nonnas – Antonia
Highlights from Filming the Sausage Nonnas
On November 8, the Sausage Nonnas went to Chicago. Johnsonville partnered with Uber to deliver real Italian grandmas (in tiny grandma homes) to cook for lucky families on Sausage Sunday.
DISCUSSION: I’m curious, do you find this commercial/television show to be funny, entertaining, or not? Aside from the marketing and humor, the tiny homes seem pretty nice, don’t they? I’d love to hear your thoughts. Let’s talk about it in the comments!
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