What is this OP? 1879?
You need to loosen your corset and wimple.
Chances are very good that parents who watch American Idol have already had sex with their children.
If you hadn't told me that was pubic hair, I wouldn't even have noticed.
OP, do you really think people still watch commercials?
Lol, r2... meanwhile, that looks like a pretty good razor...
OP, you're ridiculous. You think kids don't know what pubic hair is?
[quote]I thought this was really inappropriate to air during a family show like American Idol.
Have you not seen the parade of little sluts and boy whores on that show? There was the year that the producers had to introduce a "modesty panel" to prevent the cameras from catching the cum trail of contestant spunk leaking from Paula Abdul's stretched out snatch.
The only problem with the commercial is that he looks ugly with a mustache and his chest which was hot looks like a skinny bird without the hair.
I agree with r7. This commercial helps perpetuate the body hair aversion fetish currently in vogue amongst heterosexuals. Many grown men and women today want to look like overgrown 8 year olds when they take their clothes off.
Pubic hair is the devil's work. It should never be looked at directly. Artist renderings in medical journals are the only appropriate way to view it.
Of course the shaver people are going to try to change the public's taste for body hair to their advantage.
It's a business, you idiot.
he looks like a jackass, especially after he shaves his chest hair off and leaves a tweeky mustache.
He's either a gay or lives in Williamsburg.
"How will the parents explain this to them?"
Are you being sarcastic OP?
Perhaps they will explain the same way they sit kids down and solemly explain eyebrows, beards and chest hair. All of these human species characteristics are very very serious issues. Nothing is more serious than the hair that surrounds those forbidden and shameful human parts that some call our... private parts.
Please no one call my boss or my parents and let then know I wrote out those words above, please. I could never live it down.
[quote]How will the parents explain this to them?
Who gives a fuck how they will explain it to their kids. If they cant handle a simple explanation they are terrible parents.
If I were a parent I'd be more upset about the bleeped out "I'd fuck me" line. I'm not a prude but I'm actually shocked they used that in a commercial.
R15, it's "I'd FAQ me." It's stupid, but that's the slogan.
The shave everywhere guy was much cuter, but also way hotter with the hair.
It's still a disgusting commercial, no matter WHAT kind of hair that is. All that shit dropping to the ground. And then the guy says "I'd fuck me" with that word bleeped out." Yeah, keep it classy, Norelco.
Who's the actor? I think he's cute.
It's a darling commercial. There was no shit on the floor, idiot. It was a comedic take on looser sexual attitudes, with a tilt towards bisexuality, if not gayness. And hair falling was funny. Guess what, Puritan (unless you're just trolling)? Most men are trimming, waxing and shaving now.
It was classy. What is with this silliness about the commercial not being appropriate?
R21 most no....you and your little clique, probably yes.
It was not LITERALLY "shit." Good lord, do you have Asperger's? "Classy?" Bullshite. That was hair on the floor in clumps, which is gross. And his "I would **** me" comment is crude and vulgar. Your taste is all in your mouth.
It's not ABOUT what "most men" do or don't do. Shave all your hair off until you look like a skinned rat for all I care. I just think this commercial is repugnant.
We agree with r23!
Once, in a Coke commercial featuring Clarence Thomas.
I created the ad - maybe it's time for me to retire.
OP's attitude is truly frightening. Just look at what happened in Boston and it's pubic hair in a TV commercial that gets you hot and bothered.
R38, there are idiots here whose whole life revolves around such critical matters as pubic/chest hair, dick size, underwear type, etc.
Do you really think these people have any perspective on life?
[quote]If you hadn't told me that was pubic hair, I wouldn't even have noticed
C’MON! The guy’s shorts are around his ankles.
I think it is a stupid commercial. I think the guy is ugly.
[quote]How will the parents explain this to them?
Pubic hair? How will parents explain pubic hair to their children?
There are entire genres of publishing devoted to helping parents explain simple sexual facts to their kids. I'm sure they'll figure it out, the way millions of parents are able to teach and educate their kids about the basic facts of life.
And the commercial is pretty tame.
[quote]It's a darling commercial.
Little kids will be entertained that the guy's shorts are down around his ankles. I seriously doubt they'll correlate that to shaving pubic hair. Kids and adults don't make the same connections.
I grew up watching ads for douching your vagina, shrinking hemmorhoids and relieving jock itch. So plug it up.
I remember being a kid and seeing my cousin naked. He was a couple of years older and had a full bush. I thought it was gross and I was definitely gong to shave it all off when I got them. Flash forward and today it's pretty much a deal breaker if he's shaved...
"it's pretty much a deal breaker if he's shaved..."
So.. he drops trou in your living room and you scream, "OUT!"?
Yes!Whenever Chuck Norris gets close to Christie Brinkley in the exercise infopmercials and whenever any guy got close to Alyssa Milano in those Eva Save-A-lot ads.I gained at least an inch or two when she said
I could save at least a buck or two.
This is out fucking rageous! The triplets, Braeden, Kayden AND Jayden all started trying to shave their privates right after that show. I have started a petition on my blog "Three Times The Joy" to boycott this hideous aberration. Please got to my blog immediately to sign the petition and also see the latest pics of the triplets in their first pottery class!