Posted Without Comment. Shani 2-17-2010 Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)MoreClick to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window) About Latest Posts Shani Latest posts by Shani (see all) Spending Currency You Didn’t Earn. - February 1, 2011 How to Be Black. - January 5, 2011 Money x Money = Problems x Problems - December 14, 2010 Previous Next Brokey McPoverty i. LOVE. this. commercial. G.D. same here. c.blak Awesome….awesome to the max Grump I’m riding a horse backwards….. Danielle I almost fell off my couch laughing when I first saw that commercial. Love. It. Robyn HOLEE SHIT. I’m screaming. Lemu Honestly, I’m considering trying this product now. They got me GVG I don’t care who you are that’s some funny ish right there. Seanathan I’m on a horse quadmoniker Ok, I said this on Buzz, and this is totally funny, but I’m not sure it gets a sexism pass just for making fun of its own ideas about masculinity. it’s still reinforcing them, right? But I also appreciate that it’s hilarious, so maybe that makes it ok? Want some feminists to weigh in. Danielle I suppose I’m a feminist and I still thought it was funny, for precisely the reason you just said. It’s making fun of silly notions of what it means to be a “real man” in such a surreal way. I didn’t read it as sexist but that’s just me. G.D. it can be sexist *and* funny. i think. hcd I think the fact that unlike those axe commercials, it didn’t put a single scantily clad female is in its favor. It’s ideas about masculinity are pretty generous: get the lady you like “two tickets to that thing you like” or whatever else and smell nice. Seth from LA This is a very funny commercial. The only thing keeping it from being a great commercial is that I’ve actually smelled Old Spice. cindylu *Goes out and buys Old Spice for non-existent boyfriend* Kevin Einsweiler Which party controls Congress? that the White House? The answer reveals the “balance of power” between each branches of government who have elected officials. Contrary to help popular belief, most of that time period in modern political history Congress and also the President have been in odds; that is, a similar political party has not really typically controlled the white House, the Senate, and also the House of Representatives. Only 10 times given that 1945 have both branches of Congress and also the Presidency been controlled with the same party.