Jim Sterling throws hissy fits on Twitter regularly. Dont throw stones in your shattered house
Lol, nobody is offended.
Ive seen like a thousand of these kind of pictures and only like 2 people offended by it
@TheBigJ, my only little issue with it was that very mundane things became “toxic masculinity”. Like the guy that saw some hot girl walk by and was like “damn” and went to go up to her but the white knight jumped in and stopped him”not cool bro”. So guys aren’t allowed to talk to women anymore cause it’s toxic masculinity. Kids aren’t allowed to wrestle each other either(playfully of course, if a kid doesn’t want to or is screaming and crying then duh stop it)
I didn’t even know about the commercial until people started complaining about others being offended
@Richard Cypher, my only thing is if it was pointing out toxic stuff women do. Someone would have been literally hanged.
@Richard Cypher, my issue with it is the hypocrisy of it all. Procter and Gamble (company that owns Gillete) abused child labor laws to get the palm oil for their products. The woman in charge of the short film has also been accused of sexually assaulting men AND women, and who's other lines work were a bra commercial and dancing vulvas. With that in mind, why should I hold all men accountable for the horrible actions of a few when a unfeeling corporate entity cant hold itself accountable? It's pandering crap!
Also more importantly, the razors are too expensive. Cheap is better