Ad's on TV drive me nuts; but none more so than for bloody shampoo.
If you based your understanding of 'sociology' on brainless advertising, you'd imagine that the only people who ever washed their locks were long haired bimbos.
Men, it seems, are excluded from hairdo-hygiene. It is probably taken for granted that we simply take a cupful of sump-oil and rub it over our heads at Easter and Christmas, and that's it; unless, of course, one is either naturally bald or mechanically shaven.
Will we ever see a male orientated shampoo?
Bloke-o-Wash-for-Men; made with a delicate blend of nicotine and Guinness-oil for that matted, car-mechanic, look you've always dreamed of.... Sounds about right!
Great, man shampoo is called shower gel or sometimes conditioner if I grab the wrong bottle in the shower.ReplyDelete
Or even 'Carbolic Soap'.Delete
You are so right…..some of us women have short hair too ! ( and aren't " Bimbos" )ReplyDelete
I like reading the ingredients on women's cosmetic products - 'aqua' - not any old water, you understand.ReplyDelete
The 'with' ingredients always make me larf.... who dreams them up, I wonder.
Any time a man is in a shampoo commercial t's a dandruff shampoo.ReplyDelete
You're right; I'd forgotten.Delete
Maybe the advertisers just think men are beautiful enough as is...oh Lord I think I just swallowed my tongue.ReplyDelete
Errrrm; of course!Delete
there is a german caffeine shampoo for thinning hair for men. I am sure of it. I think, maybe I am wrong and I am completely full of it. now I will shut up.ReplyDelete
I use fairy liquidReplyDelete
I remember Chrissie Shrimpton telling me EXACTLY the same thing; you're in good company!Delete
One problem the farmer never has is deciding what shampoo to use - he is bald.ReplyDelete
And no matter how expensive or "special" the shampoo may be, the ingredients are pretty much the same, and the directions, identical: "Wash, rinse, repeat." (WHY do we need directions for that?)ReplyDelete
Sex sells, simple as that.ReplyDelete