Today’s Snarky ass blog post is going to be about how I HATE COMMERCIALS! Over the years, they have gotten worse! At least when I was a kid, we had the energizer battery which had a touch of entertaining value, and Gushers commercials where kids heads turned into fruits –https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ngwSbRDiIjA but now advertisements are down right ANNOYING! The actors are dancing around because they are wearing Payless shoes, or they are whipping their perfect hair around, because of an amazing shampoo, when in reality their fabulous hair is as a result of hair extensions NOT some $5.99 shampoo!

I understand advertisements are needed. I get it, but why are companies coming up with these awful ideas for commercials? Who the fuck is writing this shit? Who thinks it is good enough to put on air?

Commercials need to be entertaining if they want people to sit there and watch them and not automatically click the damn button to go to a different channel until that nonsense is gone.

Tell me some of your favorite commercials that ever aired!


“REAL” Women Do Not Sell

I know I am going to get a significant amount of slack for this post, because my opinion can be deemed “offensive”, anti-feminist, and down right cold, but I honestly do not give a fuck..I am unapologetic about my unconventional views. So…are you ready?

 I frequently see videos of people trying to explain how models, and women that meet societies standards of beauty are enhanced by photoshop . WAKE UP AND SMELL THE COFFEE! No duh??? Really??? So, 50 year old actresses really do have wrinkles, and gorgeous super models have acne scars..and Kim Kardashian has cellulite? I am SHOCKED. No really people, I am sure that if you were famous and had millions of people staring at your images, you would not mind a little bit of enhancement here and there. 

I also see people trying to convince advertisers to use “real” women, because “real” women that we see in our everyday lives do not look like the females in ads. Well guess what? When it comes to marketing, “real” is often correlated with “average”, and would you want your product associated with something “average”, if you are smart you would have answered NO! The term average is a big fat gigantic NEGATIVE in marketing. Why? Because you want your product to appear “superior” to others. Plus, if you use average looking everyday women your product will be connected with that, and unfortunately you may see a decrease in revenue. 

The people that are the prime victims of advertisers messages  are young girls, and this is heartbreaking. They are sold the idea that they are nothing more than a toned body, and doll smile. Society as a whole cannot just blame advertisements for teen girls negative body image issues. I said it before and I will say it again, if parents did their damn job, their children would not experience so many problems! The fact that I do not look like a super model does not make me think any less of myself period. I will never be a size 0; oh fucking well. When I was growing up I was complimented more on my intelligence and talents rather than my appearance. Perhaps other parents should do the same. Focus on your daughters talents, intelligence, teach them how to independent, strong and show them that these qualities are far more important than being “pretty”. 

With that being said all you “average” women that complain about not looking like a super model or not have a “skinny” body I do not feel sorry for you, maybe you should focus on your character, or go to the gym a few times a week and quit going to the McDonalds drive through every day.