I hate false advertising.

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In a delightful break from the Ball Wash and testicle hammock ads, I’ve been seeing women’s fashion on my feed instead.

Not sure why since I never buy clothes I can’t try on first, but anything that replaces random male crotch shots is an improvement as far as I’m concerned.

I do however take issue with their product claims.

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For every body?

Trust me, this suit is not made for any woman over a size 4 and is why young girls grow up hating their bodies.

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Adore Me?

More like Obey Me or Else. Whip and handcuffs not included.

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23 thoughts on “I hate false advertising.”

  1. I’ll not spoil my friends joke, but he is a “brick wall” comic. He did a take on a very young and attractive woman wearing a hideous haute-couture gown, and telling the audience how it flattered her. My friend observed that she would look good dipped in duck poop.

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  2. There is HUGE MONEY in convincing women and girls their bodies have to be better than they are. I do wish mothers would make sure their daughters, and sons, do not fall for all the advertising ploys used by the beauty and fashion industries to con people out of their hard earned dollars.
    Personally, I would not want to see anyone wearing that first suit you showed, unless they intentionally wanted to tell someone they were in the mood. And I can think of thousands of ways to send that message without wasting their money.

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      1. Neither do I, but it does send a certain message. If you will pardon the language, my partner uses a certain phrase when talking about a certain item of fashion. I do not know whether this is just her take on that piece of fashion, or whether it is widely used by women everywhere. Her phrase, for boots that reach above the knee while wearing a mini or micromini skirt is, “Come fuck me boots”! This would be something equivalent. Beauty does not matter.

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      2. On a completely different note, I just discovered a group of flowers that can be used to keep rodents (Red squirrels, perhaps) out of your gardens. It thought that might interest you, though the bulbs need to be planted in fall for spring growth. They are called fritillaria, and present a musky scent that rodents do not like. Unfortunately, if you like deer coming around, they also keep those cute critters away.
        Just thinking of you.

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