Saturday, May 20, 2017

This girl must stink to high heaven most of the time

"My little girl practically lives in her Princess dress...she wears it all week...."

Wait, it's about to get much, much worse.

"But once a week, I need to clean it.  So what do I do?  What any good dad would do- I let her play sheriff.  While I clean that dress she's been wearing for a week."

No kidding.  This guy lets his daughter wear the same freaking dress for weeks at a time, with brief intervals in which she wears a sheriff's costume so he can wash the stinking, grass-and-spaghetti-stained thing.  And please note that he LETS her play sheriff for those maybe two hours it takes to wash her regular uniform, the princess dress.  Then it's back to her gender-appropriate princess dress.

Someone please explain to me two things here:

1.  Why the hell is this "expert dad" going along with this wear-the-same-dress-for-weeks-at-a-time bit?  Does this girl not go to school?  Is he just keeping her socially isolated in the house and the backyard, or what?  I mean, how badly does this girl smell at the end of each designated laundry cycle?

2.  How many brain cells would we have to donate to Expert Dad to get him to realize that a really good time to wash that stupid ugly dress would be in the evening when spoiled little princess is asleep and presumably wearing something else?  Oh, would that require the idiot to go shopping for new clothes every once in a while?

3.  Does anyone else think this commercial is really stupid and disturbing, or is it just me?


  1. Television commercials are notorious for being irrational and illogical.
    Like the car commercials where all these people are randomly making favorable comments about every Buick they happen to pass by---as if any average person would ever actually be that obsessed with a mediocre ordinary-looking GM product.

    1. There is actually a new "Chevy Real People Not Actors" commercial in which one of the "real people" giggles "I'm just saying positive things...kind of annoying" like they are breaking the fourth wall to give a shout out to all the viewers who are sick to death of those stupid phony piles of crap maquerading as ads showing "spontaneous outbursts" of praise from "Real People" who have no idea they are being filmed.