When I was a little younger, there was a jeans ad that said something like, "Just a little more room where it counts." Okay, the ad may have been a little bit different – I try and filter out ads.
But anyway, the ad basically said there was a bit more fabric in the butt to accommodate real woman's shapes. That does not work on me.
Woman's Jeans Ads
Here is what I want out of a jeans ad. I want some bony-ass supermodel, looking good in jeans, and me thinking I could squeeze into said sexy jeans. Then, when I was in the department store, I would, on a lark, try on skinny-ass sexy jeans and they would fit. You see, the supermodel slash crack-whole wore jeans specially made for the photo-shoot and commercials, but the real jeans had that little extra bit of fabric that would make the jeans fit good on a more typical figure.
Jeans company gets to use sex to sell the jeans, women get to pretend they are supermodels when squeezing into jeans, and men get to compliment women after the women squeeze into said jeans.
Men's Jeans Ads
Men's jeans ads seemed to be different. They focus on men riding horses, being rugged, being real men. Occasionally the ads are sexual in nature, but more often, the jeans play to men's desire to be tough, rugged, he-men. And the sexual ads seem to have hairless, shirt-less men being sexy. Eye candy for sure, but not deeply sexual.
Here is what I would suggest for a real jeans ad.
Jeans Man: "I used to hate wearing jeans. You know, they would be so tight on my rather large package. Now I have found these new jeans with a little extra fabric right where it counts.
Cut to a new scene.
Cute Girl #1: "Hey, Marcy. I hear you are going out with James. What is the story with him? I notice he is wearing Big Bulge Jeans."
Cute Girl #2: "No complaints in the bedroom, if you know what I mean. I went out with him because he had to wear Big Bulge Jeans. If you know what I mean."
Both girls giggle.
Women want to make sure their asses seem smaller, and men want women to know certain aspects of their anatomy actually are larger. Me, I am going to shop for jeans today.
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