I posted a link last week to an odd sports story about the Tennessee Volunteers coach having to show his team how to bathe because of an outbreak of staph infections. ESPN’s Game Day had a ball with the story on Saturday. (No pun intended!)
While watching games this weekend, Michael called my attention to a new ad from Axe featuring Jaime Pressly from “My Name Is Earl.” She explains using innuendo how men can better clean themselves. The ad above is a slightly longer version that what they were showing on TV.
The ad is funny but shocking to see on TV. And can it truly be necessary? Does Coach Dooley need to invest in some of these?
Mothers, does this fall on our shoulders? Have we not been showing our sons how to properly get themselves clean? Is this Dad’s responsibility? Who should be teaching little guys to make sure they get clean and what do we need to tell them to make sure they are doing the job right? Why don’t we ever hear about girls being gross and nasty?
Maybe it is because my son is still little but thus far he doesn’t stink. Does it really get as bad as the Febreze ads and Axe ads would have you believe? Ladies with teenage boys, are you having to Febreze down their bedrooms and all their stuff? What’s up with that? Why do they smell so bad?
(I have a second more serious topic posting later today so be sure to check back!)