There's something about those Travelocity "Roaming Gnome" commercials that I just don't understand. The gnome is supposed to be a "denouncer of travel myths", so they always start out with a "myth" that allegedly is disproven by the gnome announcing some great deal you can get on Travelocity. Then the second "myth" the gnome attempts to disprove is always something he's completely wrong about, like jellyfish being "cuddly" or the Mona Lisa "begging to be smooched".
If the gnome is so completely wrong about the other stuff, how are we supposed to trust he knows what he's talking about in regards to Travelocity's deals? I know, it's just an ad campaign... but seriously, somebody didn't think it through.
I'm just saying.