This week, it seems like everyone in a tie or smart business shirt has been jabbering on about how or if Mitt Romney's record as a Professional Millionaire at Bain Capital reflects poorly on his ability to be a job creating President. And while the Obama campaign has been sticking to the line that Romney's record as a…
An Abercrombie & Fitch employee in northern California is alleging she was fired for refusing to remove her hijab, or headscarf marking her Muslim observance. Abercrombie's pursuit of a homogeneous army of "perfect" employees appears to have snared it again!
"If you've always wanted a Japanese maid cafe girl for your very own - or just certain parts of one - now you can have the next best thing." Ah, yes. "Certain parts of one." Charming!
Just in case their racism, sexism, and general awfulness hasn't been enough to turn you away from Abercrombie & Fitch after all these years, here's another glimpse of the inner workings of the horrible store.
Lisa at Sociological Images brings this bizarre Tropicana ad to our attention, wherein a little girl wearing a t-shirt and jeans is deemed "hard to handle," while her princess counterpart is deemed "easy to handle."
You know, it's really hard for men to take care of themselves. Shaving, shampooing, and bathing are really difficult tasks. Thank goodness there are always some scantily clad women to help them practice basic hygiene!
Oh, Abercrombie & Fitch! Your sexed-up, overpriced, sexist, ridiculous clothing epitomized everything that sucked about the late 90's. And now, after a long reign of terror, the kids are finally over your brand of bullshit.
The folks at AdFreak brought these Schick Quattro ads to our attention, wherein the ol' pubic hair/bush connection is used to maximum effect in an attempt to sell lady-razors. "It's time to mow the lawn!"
Ladies, you really stink. And do you know why? It's because you're so damn emotional. But never fear, loves, for Degree deodorant is here to let you know that it's okay to "dare to feel."
A reader tipped us off to this "Boob Job Piggy Bank," which is currently being sold on a website that specializes in room decor for women "ages 13-22." One could easily argue that it's just a silly joke jar aimed at the higher end of that age spectrum, but still: isn't there anything else to encourage young women to…