Or, at least, that is what they seemed to be implying with their RIDICULOUSLY SEXIST super bowl ads they played last night.
The idea appears to be that if it weren’t for girls and their stupid “always wanting men to pick up their socks and rinse the sink when they make a mess of it, and possibly have an adult conversation once in a while that doesn’t involve burping and / or cheese-covered snack foods”… well then, men would constantly live a blissful existence full of wonderful dirty laundry, overflowing garbage, and 24/7 staring at the television.
DAMN YOU! YOU STOOPID GIRLZ!
In order to make up for the fact that men are FORBIDDEN from living in this garbage and laundry overflowing utopia of unemployment and junk food…
Well, they can drive a Dodge Charger and watch LIVE TV at their fingertips with Flo TV!!
I found these commercials offensive to women.
I found them WAY MORE offensive to men… who are portrayed as though they would live in steaming piles of their own filth doing nothing but gaming and snacking all day if it weren’t for the interference of the womenz.
Really, Dodge? You think men are just brain dead slobs who are SO ANGRY at being forced to live like civilized human beings that their ONLY response is to drive a big, angry car? And you, Flo TV? Life is just not worth living unless you can have television streamed to you at any and all locations, no matter what else might be going on? NO TIME FOR HUMAN INTERACTION!!! MUST WATCH TV!!!!
Ugh. Some marketers…
Oh, and, yes, the Bridgestone Tires commercial was also APPALLING… but since I am so disappointed with the current set of Bridgestones that I have on my car, and I have no plans to EVER give them any of my money again, well, I just didn’t want to waste my breath on the ridiculousness that they served up last night.
If you haven’t seen them…
Flo TV… http://www.hulu.com/adzone/watch#50032678