I don’t know if you’ve seen those new tampon commercials yet. If not, here you go (and if you only watch one, watch the second one):
I kind of love them. The sarcasm in the first one is pretty much what every woman has felt at one point or another during the old commercials. And the second one, well, I love a good social experiment.
“Maybe today’s tampon day!”
Now, I toyed with the idea of reenacting that, in the name of the blog, to see if those were typical results. But really, 1) I’m not that bold yet, and 2) I’m 95% sure there wouldn’t be much difference in the responses. Generally, guys+tampons=uncomfortable.
But here’s the question: what’s the male equivalent of tampons? Something that women might not even want to say out loud, much less go in and buy?
I suggested condoms (I will buy them, I just don’t like it), but I know that doesn’t hold true across the board.
What do you think – is there a male equivalent? Or do women have the “uncomfortable product” market covered?