As Stephanie Hallett of Ms. points out, Axe's latest bodywash campaign promises to "scrub away the skank," a tagline used after showing a picture of a woman's face, an alarm clock, and a man lounging in bed. Classy as ever!
The editors of the Johns Hopkins News-Letter apparently decided it would be a great idea to start the school year by celebrating misogyny and sexism, posting two heinous articles that center around drinking and "fat chicks."
Ladies, I know it's a holiday weekend and all, but there are no vacations in the world of crappy advice, which is why the folks at Ask Men have delivered yet another Top 10 list for us to enjoy.
Oh, Men's Health. You are truly the gift that keeps on giving, and it seems as though each new seduction guide you deliver is crazier than the last.
While reading the comments on yesterday's Crap Craigslist From A Dude post, I noticed that one sentiment popped up over and over again: our readers really hate it when men refer to women as "females."
Ladies, are you fun? Are you fearless? Do you think throwing a Nerf football at a stranger after the age of 14 constitutes fun and fearless flirting? Well you're in luck, because Cosmo has a dating guide, just for you:
Ladies, here's the deal: every single thing your partner does has a hidden message. I know this to be true, because I've just spent a good 5 minutes browsing Cosmopolitan's recent articles on decoding your man's body language.
Ladies, you are terrible at hiding your lady emotions, which is why Men's Health was able to compile a top ten list of the signs that you're interested in a dude. Like to hear it? Here it go:
Ladies, we have a lot of secrets. We keep them, as you know, in the giant maxi-pad shaped compartment locked securely within Fort Vagina somewhere outside of Tennessee. But alas! One of our own is spilling our secrets!
Think Tucker Max and Mystery are bad? Well, meet Don Diebel, the "dating expert" who published this horrifying tome, "The Complete Guide To Meeting Women," back in 1991.
Perhaps the only thing more irritating than a Game-playing bro is the shit he reads to prepare him for a hot night of mindfuckery and general douchiness, like this one, courtesy of Ask Men:
The ladies at Skepchick have brought this bro-tastic commercial for Pepsi Max to our attention, as it features a man and his friends who fake the apocalypse in order to trick a woman into sleeping with one of them. Classy!
Earlier today, we read a poem by a bro named "Andy," who felt he truly understood the "trouble with women." I asked our commenters to respond to him with their own poems, and, of course, they came through:
The Times of London has a somewhat irritating series titled "The Trouble With Women," which gives a platform to a new dude each week so he can complain about the lady-folk. This week, we have a "poet" named Andy.
Personally, I was not aware that cupcakes were an inherently feminine snack food, but Butch Bakery apparently disagrees, and has launched its own line of "manly cupcakes," which "combine a masculine aesthetic to a traditionally cute product." [Butch Bakery]
Knowing that Super Bowl Sunday is the only day of the year in which TV viewers actually care about commercials, you'd think ad agencies would have tried to reach the men and the women watching at home, right? Wrong.
One would think that after the ponytail-thong debacle of 2009, Cosmo might reassess their sexy-sexy-sexxx dating advice and dial back the crazy a bit. Alas, the flirting guide in the March 2010 issue proves Cosmo's wackiness is here to stay.