2.13.2010

Man's (Woman's) Last Stand

So, did you all watch this commercial during the Super Bowl?



It kinda pissed me off a little. A teesy bit. I guess I wasn't the only one?


23 comments :

  1. OMG...the perfect Valentines card!!!!! I loved the female version...offended by the male version. Thanks for sharing...you rock!

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  2. I LOVE that! Saw it yesterday. It's so dean on.

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  3. "I will allow you to cheat on me"? Um, I think I'll keep my Corolla and pass on all of the ways that lady is paying for her Dodge.

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  5. Funny. I didn't find it offensive at all. Maybe because my husband does all those things (and more) with limited complaining or attitude about it. Well, at least no more than I have.

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  6. Too funny! I said to my husband at the end of that commercial, what about a woman driving that car and all that we "put" up with?? He knows that it's one that I have wanted since they came out with it. I didn't like the commercial at all!!

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  7. Ahhh, the tragedy that enjoying a happy, healthy relationship with a member of the opposite sex requires both parties to compromise. Poor boy, I do feel so sorry for you! Having to pick up your own underwear is just horrible. Love the pointed response.

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  8. Yes, because doing things like picking up your own underwear is so "your wife's fault." If you didn't have a wife, a tower of dirty underwear would be so cool!!! Sheesh, love the response. So true.

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  9. Awesome...good thing my husband's eye is on an RS4 and he knows there is no way in hell that he will ever be able to afford one so he might as well not even ask:) Really...it's just the entitled world we live in...frustrates me:)

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  10. hmmmm....i found both versions to somewhat offensive...equally so. maybe it's just me,...not a feel good ad for dodge.

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  11. Had not seen either. love the response. HATE the super bowl commercial. I guess it is just me, but when a response contains the F word...it just seems so much better?

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  12. That was some retaliation! Whoop Whoop!

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  13. I personally wasn't offended by it. In fact, i thought it was funny. "I will carry your lip balm; I will watch your vampire tv shows" - me and my hubs so relate to that. But it looks like I'm in the minority. The response was pretty good too.

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  14. I hadn't seen the original, probably because i was in the kitchen chasing our toddler during the superbowl. But I think it's a little funny, mostly because I can see some of it in our big family (both the good and the bad). That said, I think the response is funnier. And I wasn't offended at all. I'm apparently in the tiny minority there. Good subject today!

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  15. Too funny! I looked up the commercials online but this one I did not see. Those poor men, picking up their own underwear. Imagine if they had to pick up someone else's? LOL about watching vampire movies - I like to watch my vampire movies alone :)
    The response was funny, but the "cheating with younger women" - well, that was the one bit that ruined that response for me. lost its credibility with that line

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  16. If Dodge was lookin' to put off a lot of women, they hit the nail on the head.
    Amen sisters for putting the rebuttal together!!

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  17. Oh my goodness, the woman's response was too funny! I guess I missed the Charger commercial on Super Bowl Sunday.

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  18. I was way more offended by the women's response:

    -Not all women feel like they've sacrificed their careers to raise their children. Some actually consider it an honor and privilege.
    -The male politicians they mentioned aren't tyrants who are trying to make decisions for women's bodies; it's usually called protecting the unborn.
    -Cheating is just not okay.
    -The F word is offensive.

    I just don't think the response was done well. It couldve been light and funny. Instead, it came across as pushing an agenda.

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  19. The concensus here was : "All that for a Dodge??"

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  20. Agreed...for a DODGE? Just sent a link to your post to all my favorite lady friends. :)

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  21. I tell you what, Dodge does not know how to advertise, that was a terrible commercial in my ever so humble opinion! My man can have a Charger any time, and I will love driving it too! Because if that is all it takes to put a huge smile on a man's face to drive a nice car, then why are they immasucalating the man to have what he wants?...be a MAN, buy the Charger no need to tear the woman down for the sake of advertising a car?!! PUUUULEASE! Any healthy relationship would not have to tear one side down for the other to be happy! Dodge- advertise the car, don't immasuculate the male driver, you will never win customers that way. Personally, I was offended by both commercials.

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  22. I did see that commercial. The "I'll be civil to your mother" line was pretty funny, but I can absolutely see why it probably honked off some female viewers.

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