Posts tagged "axe"

Headless Pair Of Boobs Romanced By Cousin Itt: An Axe Commercial

Axe hits a new low in advertising with this commercial starring a headless pair of boobs on legs, supposedly representing the office crush. Yup, the love interest in this commercial…

Jessica Wakeman | August 21, 2012 - 4:20 pm

Ladies, Axe Body Spray Wants To Sell You Things

Axe Body Spray, the company that’s marketed itself as lady catnip for men, has discovered a brand new demographic opportunity: the ladiez. Now women will be afforded the same opportunity…

Julie Gerstein | January 9, 2012 - 1:20 pm

Men Love A Good Striptease In A Public Bathroom, Says Axe

Romance?! Who wants romance?! Feh! Yuck! Pa-tooey! Bring on scantily-clad strippers in public bathrooms! All men need an ass grinding against their crotch after the appetizer — and not their…

Jessica Wakeman | November 2, 2011 - 4:40 pm

“Scrub Away The Skank” With Axe Body Wash

Axe body wash’s ad says you can “scrub the skank away” with something called Snake Peel. (Ew.) I would find this only a little less offensive if Dove sold an…

Jessica Wakeman | October 4, 2010 - 3:20 pm

Men: Somewhere In Australia, A Model Wants To Play Twister With You

A new “man-cation” destination called the Lynx Lodge is opening up outside of Sydney, Australia, offering men a paradise locale and a bevy of models on the staff.

Jessica Wakeman | August 20, 2010 - 5:09 pm

Axe Undie Run Challenge Encourages Charity, Girls In Panties

If you thought the Boobquake was a stupid activist statement, hold onto your panties! No, seriously, hold onto your panties: Axe Body Spray is hosting the “Axe Undie…

Jessica Wakeman | April 28, 2010 - 3:50 pm

Is This Axe Body Spray Ad Weird Or Just Stupid?

Oh, fickle, fickle ladies. Lynx body sprays — over in jolly old England, Axe Body Sprays are called Lynx — had no choice but to manufacture cologne that…

Jessica Wakeman | April 15, 2010 - 2:50 pm

Axe Body Spray’s Biggest Customers Are Tweenage Boys?

The typical Axe Body Spray man isn’t a man at all, apparently. The New York Times reports that more and more, it’s tweenagers and teens—boys who might not even have…

Leonora Epstein | February 1, 2010 - 5:20 pm