Clorox2 Helps Men Remain Childish
Well, it's only fair. For decades, women were portrayed in advertising as being eye candy to refrigerators, terrible drivers and inept at just about everything in comparison to men. So it really makes perfect sense that men are now often portrayed as blithering buffoons, technophobes or children inside a grownup body.
So it's without surprise Big Fuel has helped Clorox2 perpetuate the current stereotype of a child within a man's body who can't wait until the woman of the house is gone so he can come out and play..and invite the rest of his "adolescent" buddies along for the ride.
In this online video, we have a man who, after bidding his wife goodbye, gets his buddy to come over and play a messy game of paint ball. Predictably, a little while into the game, the wife calls to inform the husband she's forgotten her laptop and will be home soon to pick it up.
Clorox2 to the rescue! All is well on the home front and Dad can go on living his double life.
You've got to love the lasagna launcher though!