Supposedly the Tao of Badass knows all there is to know about getting women to fall under your spell and turn into a puddle of desire at your very presence. But Bravo also seems to think it has all the answers as well with it Online Dating Rituals of the American Male, a new series premiering March 9.
Buzzfeeds's in on the promotion with a post entitled The 10 Types of Guys You Find On Every Dating Website.
Also floating about the interwebs are a series of videos highlighting the various male stereotypes women encounter when dating.
Buffoonery at its finest.
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It's funny how a logo change can incite more online hyperactivity than, oh, Russia invading Ukraine or the crisis in Syria. Actually, it isn't funny. It's just plain sad but that's what we've turned into; a country that bitches about inane, meaningless bullshit rather than important world events.
But since we're not CNN and our mission is to report on all things marketing and advertising, it's our duty to cover the hubbub that surrounds Olive Garden's new logo.
To say the least, the new logo has not been well-received. While the new logo now actually has an olive branch in it instead of a -- WTF -- grape vine, it's, shall we say, lacking meat.