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Tuesday, August 23, 2005

Marketing Genius: Dolce & Gabbana

D&G is brilliantly executing their 'pubic pants', for no other reason than some of the Conservative Radio Talk Hosts (Neal Boortz for one, and others) can't stop talking about it. It reminds me of a Simpsons Halloween Episode where the Doughnut Lard Lad Boy (no, not Flabbius Maximus), and other Springfield advertisement icons came to life and wreaked destruction on the town. It was only after Paul Anka and Lisa Simpson sang the song "Just Don't Look" (in other words, pay no attention), and the icons will simply expire and die from lack of attention; and they did.

Same for D&G - if no one paid attention, the pants wouldn't be newsworthy or provocative.

I gotta give a nod to D&G, they know what they're doing in their marketing department.

If they really wanted to make their 'pubic pants' even more notorious, they'd have used This Guy as their pubic baring, bloated model. Of course, Two Dogs would banish me from his site, and I don't want that. So I won't Photo Shop the Fat Man wearing pubic pants. I'll leave it to your imagination. (Yuck! My eyes! They burn! They burn!)

For those of you (guys) who want to trim down under, Alice has the answer.

And it appears some guys are shaving down there in the strangest locales.

So, rest well, all ye pube shavers and fallen pubes. Wear your pube pants proudly.

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