Teleflora reminds men they are stereotypes, not people with feelings
Date: February 6, 2011 | Posted By:Oh, Faith Hill, why would you lent your likeness to a commercial that reminds men (again) that they only like “nice racks”? And what if he DID express what’s really in his heart? That wouldn’t make him very manly, would it. We love men and wish this commercial — and many others during this Super Continue reading
And then, yeah, slamming Roseanne Barr with a log is funny too.
Date: | Posted By:This is just the teaser for now, but let’s put it this way: Telling someone he’s acting like a complaining (Jewish, male) comic (Richard Lewis) but then slamming the female one (Roseanne Barr) with a log is sorta… misogynistic? It’s a play on the Betty White ad from last year, which also struck us sorta Continue reading
GoDaddy.com — serves ‘em right?
Date: | Posted By:Here’s a typical, objectifying GoDaddy.com ad with a twist: Danica Patrick and the other GoDaddy girls (i.e. tight black tank tops, bustin’ out all over the place, short shorts), announce that the new GoDaddy.co girl is…. Joan Rivers. “Ha ha ha,” we’re supposed to laugh, “Everyone thought she was hot, but she’s just that old, Continue reading
Let the blogging begin: Super Bowl XLV (2011)
Date: | Posted By:Welcome to one of our favorite things to do here at About-Face: blogging about Super Bowl commercials as they air. We’ll do our best to keep up with all the good, bad, and well — worse — ads this year. Then, later, this post will include links to all our Super Bowl posts for the Continue reading
Banned Super Bowl ad takes PETA from controversial to pornographic
Date: February 4, 2011 | Posted By: StaceyPETA, I just…I can’t. Ladies and gentlemen, you are about to witness what happens when an ad campaign goes from controversial (yet debatably tasteful) exhibitionism to straight-up, soft-core pornography. A word to the wise: do not view this video at work, around small children, or in the presence of anyone with an ounce of respect for women Continue reading
Buy your tween anti-aging products at Wal-Mart
Date: February 2, 2011 | Posted By: StaceyFinally! A cure for those prepubescent fine lines and wrinkles! Yes, seriously. Hoping to officially crush the innocence of childhood, Wal-Mart has rolled out a line of anti-aging cosmetics geared toward 8- to 12-year-olds. The “youth preserving” line is called “Geo-Girl” and has 69 products ranging from exfoliators (to scrub off those gross, dead, OLD Continue reading