One significant difference is that a microwave oven uses the much lower frequency and longer wavelength of 2. The short millimeter waves used in ADS only penetrate the top layers of skin, with most of the energy being absorbed within 0. For the first millisecond, it just felt like the skin was warming up. Then it got warmer and warmer and you felt like it was on fire.
Since Cracked already presented a lengthy dissertation on the enchanting properties of boobs published in Popular Mechanics, thank youwe thought it high time to cover the other side of the equation. So here are the eight most glaringly sexist commercials of all time.
Advertisement Goodyear Polyglas Tire We can't stress enough how important it is to have safe tires. After a couple bloated Midwesterners speak earnestly about the virtues of the Goodyear Polyglas Tire, we get down to the nitty-gritty.
Cue the perilous music. But a Polyglas tire means more when your wife is driving at night. Look at her eyes glazed over in terror. As reflecting street signs and traffic lights explode across her retina like a Michael Bay movie, the lady driver retreats into her primitive reptile brain.
She's unable to do much more than dart her head around and wait for death. Amazingly she makes it to the airport to pick up her husband, the George to her Lenny, and she immediately scoots the hell over into the passenger seat and lets a MAN behind the wheel.
Hubby gives her a look like she's a dog trying to stand on her hind legs. A man proclaims love for his woman loudly, bravely and in one of the most romantic spots in the world.
This generally irks her, and so he gives her a diamond and she's okay with him again. Because passionate heartfelt sentiment doesn't hold a candle to cold, hard ice. Advertisers exhibit no shame when it comes to interminably reminding men no matter how much love and heart they pour into a relationship, you will never mean anything more to your mate than the sheer mass of pricey trinkets you can cram down her throat.
No one is more blatant about this than the diamond industry. Constantly they remind you "A Diamond is Forever," which is true. That's why it's the first thing she demands in your divorce hearing. It would be nice if a guy could avoid going into severe debt with rare gems by simply looking directly into his loved one's eyes and saying meaningfully, "I love you.
Milk Ad Men everywhere make a mad dash for milk, buying up cow juice in ridiculous quantities. Some even resort to raiding milk trucks.
Why are all these men buying milk? Because according to the milk council, milk can dampen the effects of PMS. Watch the guy intrepidly enter the house armed with milk like it's a sword to slay the fire breathing dragon that is his wife's angry vagina.
Little girls play about a miniature house, smiling so broadly the producers must have told them they could trade their impending puberty in for a pony.
Continue Reading Below Advertisement The song continues to rhapsodize about the joys of cleaning, doing laundry and taking care of babies. Another lyric, "Taking care of my home is a dream, dream, dream.
This commercial proclaims, "Little girls, realize your dreams of growing up to do household chores! There's no glass ceiling in the go-go world of homemaking. This spot came out last year. In this one, the dutiful wife waits on her man with skin-crawling obsequiousness.
The man tells her she makes crappy coffee and she looks at him like he just snapped a kitten's neck. Continue Reading Below Advertisement Luckily the wife has a vaguely foreign neighbor who turns her on to the magic of Folger's.
The next morning, wifey serves it and daddy approves. The ad then shows this sending her into such a paroxysm of delight that we expect her uterus to go flying out of her hard enough to break a window.Buy The Asian Monsoon: Causes, History and Effects on skybox2008.com FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders.
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Ever tried to figure out Spider-Man swung from building to building? It’s all done with optical and digital effects. by the Cathode Kid, Billy Ingram A peppy jingle or clever catch phrase can make or break an ad campaign. Occasionally, an agency will create a slogan or tune that resonates so strongly with the public that it remains in play for years or even decades.
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