It's the ad with all the pink vs blue, girls are delicate little frilly princesses and boys are tough and strong.... that's what peeves me. It doesn't appeal to me at all.
The advert hasn't captured me into wanting to watch it... That 50's housewife girl that keeps appearing on te show just brings back way to mg memory of cupcake girl on my kitchen rules I can't deal with another dose of her.. Lol
~Isla Rohmaine arriving sept 2013 and a baby makes 3!
I just had a thought about why some people find the ad funny and others don't.
Comedy is often based on real life observations, which are then exaggerated to the point where they become caricatures.
Perhaps those that find the ad funny do so because they see it as an exaggeration of differences that actually do exist in men and women. Those who don't find it funny probably don't believe that these types of differences are inherent at all (and most likely wish other people didn't believe it too.)
just a thought..
I'm just trying to understand what makes this ad offensive to some people (like me) and funny to others. (My amature psychology perhaps isn't all that I think it is though).
Last edited by Meg2; 13-05-2013 at 11:30.
I don't agree with the lack of humour or hormonal comments just as I don't agree with your comment. Fighting offensive comments with even further offensive comments..... Two wrongs don't make a right JMHO
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