Come on. We all know advertising agencies cannot be trusted. We all know they either don’t tell you the truth or stretch the truth. Anyone who believes every word in a TV ad or print ad or even an ad online has got to be an imbecile.
Take, for instance, advertising for the drug cialis; used to help impotent men get an erection. They show some handsome man in his mid forties doing some manly thing. The ads sometimes start, “You’ve reached the age where–“, or something similar. Hey, I’ve not only reached the age, I’ve gone beyond it, and I don’t need some sleazy Madison Avenue advertising agency to tell me something I already know.
The men in the ad are well built, usually, and handsome. Then they show the wives, who are stunning, usually. Holy crap, man, if you are married to and sleep with such a beautiful woman and can’t “get it up”, there is something far more wrong with you than just a “blood flow” problem to your penis.
I’m 64 1/2 years old and everything I have still functions perfectly. If I was sleeping with women as beautiful as the women in these ads, I wouldn’t have a problem “getting it up”. I’d have a problem with the woman telling me, “Is that all you can think about? Give me a break!”
Take a look at these sorry dudes and their gorgeous wives:
And that blonde with the silver-haired dude in the undershirt appears to be this man’s daughter or much-younger mistress, not his wife.
Furthermore, if he can’t get it up, why is she grinning from ear to ear? Because she’s happy he can’t do anything?
Who the hell comes up with these incredibly unrealistic advertising scenarios, anyway? Twenty-two-year-old recent college grads who have no life experience an no concept of what is believable and what is not?
Listen, women, if your husbands cannot get it up for whatever reason, and if cialis or any other drug does not get him up when you want it, I offer you my services free of charge. Just pay shipping costs, i.e., what it will cost me to ship myself there.
Advertising agency employees (the ones that come up with advertising ideas and scenarios) must be some of the dumbest people in business; as unbelievable as the writers who sit in damp, musty basements writing stories for the National Enquirer or Globe, and so on.
Italian-Americans, of which I am one, are proud that we are very romantic and perpetually horny. I am available at a moment’s notice.
Absolutely Mind Boggling!