Super Bowl Commercials 2010 Naughty List and boobs: WHAT were they thinking???? Sorry, but are the writers of these ads having a problem with their manhood, or is there some unfortunate incident with women they'd like to talk about?
I don't think there's going to be any purchases of Dockers happening in this household in the next decade or so! An ad that has men (ugly-butted men; couldn't they have at least been cute?) running around proclaiming that they have no pants??????? And need to wear the pants in their houses? Dumb. Perhaps the ad-writers should consider that 1/3 of the Super Bowl viewers are women, and not insult them. (Even I watch the Super Bowl; I, the noise-cancelling-headphone-wearer-during-sports-cause-I-hate-their-sound; I watch it for the commercials.) But that also leaves another 2/3 rds audience who are male, and do they really want to been portrayed as buffoons? Probably not, just as women don't want to be portrayed as Wardens, and ball-and-chains. Tsk, tsk.
But the worst ad was the Flo TV spineless ad, that had the guy walking around, shopping, carrying the bra. Apparently, he's spineless 'cause he wasn't watching tv????? Just yuk. I did notice that these same sponsors, in another ad, are also supporters of breast cancer awareness, and relief efforts in Haiti, so they are perhaps not completely worthless scum. Then again, they might be.
Somehow, I feel more forgiving of the Dodge ad, because at least it was funny. Or at least, I really liked the promise of the toilet seat being down.. . . but do men really, really want to be portrayed as such idiots?????? The men I know aren't. And it shouldn't be only up to women telling these ad writers to clean up their acts; just think how we women would feel if WE were the ones who were being portrayed as such boobs (even though it's quite nice that we have boobs.)
On to more important things, like my photos of the Disney Cruise. I feel that I should give you some kind of warning at this point, like STAY CALM and CONTINUE TO BREATHE, 'cause you're going to see some extraordinary food. And chocolate.
What the heck; I'll let the photos speak for themselves. These were photos from the brunch we had at Palos on Day 6 of our Disney Cruise.