||[Dec. 21st, 2007|10:53 am]
Oh, I love old school ads. ;)
And a cat and dog in an epic battle over a pet bed, but I think it really symbolizes more. ;)
Now that I'm thinking about it more...how would a husband in the 1950's explain this particular problem to his wife?
"But Bill, this was to be our quiet night at home!"
"I'm sorry, Sally, but...well, how can I put this...the smell of your feminine area is offensive. After you've done my laundry, cooked dinner, and put our children in bed, could you please do something about that?"
....it should be noted that my brain is in Senseless Tangent Mode today. I'm ready for Christmas!!!
I want to see that commericial. :)
I just googled the stuff, out of curiosity...the formula the guy who created it used was essentially weak bleach. If there is one place I do not ever want bleach of any kind...
god if there was a number one reason NOT to travel back in time, it MIGHT be that. LOL
Or, if one must, at laest travel back further than the 1950's. How did we go from getting to spend our "time 'o the month" in a tent with other women to being forced to abuse our bodies with chemicals for the sake of hygeine?
WOmen used to use lysol too.
If I had a problem with odor...
No way am I putting bleach in my delicate flower.
I'd tell husband he needs to save us a fortune in Zonite, and grab a clothes pin off the line... and stick it on his nose.
Oh AND THEN I'd find that jerk off so called "Famous surgeon and scientist" grab some of his product and a syringe and inject it into his urethra... THEN HE can tell me how gentle and safe it is... Bastard.
I hate it when men try and say they know squat about the female body and how certain things feel when they don't have the equipment.
LOL. Rock on! I fully support this.
For real! Unfamiliarity with the female naughty bits aside, how could anyone possibly think it was a sane, sensible idea to put diluted bleach in side the human body?
Seeeriously!!! Or Lysol... or Listerine...
I think a delicate flower would wilt due to chemicals like that, thank you very much.