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So I’m pretty old.
Old enough to have seen a great deal in my life.
Old enough to have seen weird, wonderful, twisted and mental.
And when you take into account that I’ve worked in adland for over 20 years, it means that some of the weird shit I’ve seen is truly ‘weird shit’.
However every now and then, you come across something that has the power to literally stop you in your tracks.
Something so utterly insane, that you wonder if it’s creator was a genius or a person of utter depravity.
Well, recently I came across one of those things and this was it …
In all honesty, I literally don’t know what confronts me more.
Is it that there’s even such thing as ‘virgin soap’ … a product so powerful, that I assume, they say it can even clean away your sexual sins?
Or is it that despite trying to present a godly image, they then go and write ‘Touch Me’ at the top of the pack … which, if I’m not mistaken … sort of undermines the ‘virginal’ image they are trying to present.
Or maybe it’s because they don’t just write ‘Touch Me’ on the pack, they follow it up with ‘Please’ … making it sound like the innocent and pretty girl on the pack is some sort of wanton hussy.
Or it could be the ‘free shampoo’ message they’ve tucked away in the corner of the pack … which I now assume is because while the manufacturers appreciate their soap can help you regain your virginal state, they also know you might accidentally let a man climax all over your head so ‘Virgin Shampoo’ allows you to wash your hair to ensure your entire body is as pure as the day it was born. Or something.
I would love to talk to the person who created this.
I would sit them down and simply ask one question: ‘WHY!!!?’
I swear to god, they either have balls of steel, are clinically insane or are utterly deluded.
Seriously, even the Catholic Church wouldn’t try and pull this off – that’s how mental it is.
I can tell you, I’m utterly shocked and this is coming from a man who’s seen Jerry Springer … so to the creators of Virginity Soap, please tell me what ‘planning tool’ you used to come up with this, because it might be the first proprietary process I’d actually pay to use.
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