LMAO: Barbasol Dropkicks Gillette’s Anti-Masculinity Commercial — ‘Listen, Hashtag…’

H/T Clash Daily.

I first as this Barbasol ad on Facebook,

A company that makes products for men is actually standing up for men. How original.

Gillette had put out an ad about ‘toxic masculinity’ that backfired and hit them right where it hurt — in the wallet.

After the social media mockery, Gillette produced survey results that show that the ad was generally approved by consumers. The caveat — the survey takers were predominantly women.

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Back in 2013, Barbasol, the shaving cream company, decided to embrace what it is to be a man and mocked the current pansified generation at the same time.

The ad looked back to The Greatest Generation and why they were so great.

It begins with a soldier in World War II speaking to the camera and his millennial great-grandson.

Oh, hey buddy! It’s your great-grandad here. In case you haven’t noticed, I’m kinda busy fighting for your freedom in this little thing called the Second World War.

But now, you’re using that freedom to fight celebrities on… Twitter?

Listen, Hashtag, if you’re not going to fight like a man, at least shave like a man.

Stop LOLing everything!

Watch:

Why was the Greatest Generation so great?

Here are a few lessons for the millennial tinkerpots:

1. Take responsibility for your life.
2. Be frugal.
3. Be humble.
4. Love loyalty.
5. Work hard.
6. Embrace challenge.
7. Don’t make life so damned complicated.

Those are lessons from Grandpas that kids these days really need to learn.

We can certainly learn a lot from those who have schlepped this pebble a bit longer than we have.

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Author: deplorablesunite

I am a divorced father of two daughters. I am a Deplorable. The cat in my profile is my buddy Ronnie Whiskers

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