Chris banned from 2 Mcdonalds

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It's prob different with boys but I mean us ladytypes didn't run into those kinds of issues when buying Herbal Essences, and those commercials have that dumb "shampoo orgasm" schtick.
 

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Wait, do you think Chris thought that those Axe commercials were real and not just humorous hyperbole?
 

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rocket said:
It's prob different with boys but I mean us ladytypes didn't run into those kinds of issues when buying Herbal Essences, and those commercials have that dumb "shampoo orgasm" schtick.
It's not really different more than it is a way that a culture (the male sex) perceives the act of wearing Axe. I've heard that women also dislike Axe, and view it as the deodorant of losers, they're just a bit more subtle about expressing their dislike of it. The act of using Herbal Essences doesn't have the same connotations as using Axe, because the commercials for Axe show men swarmed by women, implying that before you use it you don't have womenz0rz, and that after you use it you have a lot of womenz0rz. It also creates the line of thinking that if I don't use Axe, I will not appeal to women, hence where the desperate man thing comes in.

TL;DR: The Axe ads imply that their product attracts women to the user. The men who don't use Axe then mock the other men who do use it for being desperate.
 

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CatParty said:
Wait, do you think Chris thought that those Axe commercials were real and not just humorous hyperbole?


I always thought he believed any commercial he saw on tv. Speaking of McDonalds, I always liked to imagine that the second he saw a commercial for a new smoothie flavor at McDonalds he got in the Escort and sped to McDonalds. Here in the states, the McCafe/smoothe commercials always show young people having fun with other friends. ... maybe he thought that if he bought one, he'd?
 

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While Chris probably (hopefully) doesn't see Axe commercials as reality, he does seem to think that the ladies he walks by in public will take one sniff and instantly find him attractive, but they're too shy to say anything openly (or whatever the hell he thinks is going to happen). I have no idea what Axe smells like, however, I'm sure that it wouldn't be horrific (or as horrific) if he actually showered daily and applied it properly.

I think I've heard that autistics are supposed to be easily convinced and more vulnerable to the power of suggestion compared to normal people. If there's any truth to that, it could explain why he chose that brand in the first place.
 

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sparklemilhouse said:
CatParty said:
Wait, do you think Chris thought that those Axe commercials were real and not just humorous hyperbole?


I always thought he believed any commercial he saw on tv. Speaking of McDonalds, I always liked to imagine that the second he saw a commercial for a new smoothie flavor at McDonalds he got in the Escort and sped to McDonalds. Here in the states, the McCafe/smoothe commercials always show young people having fun with other friends. ... maybe he thought that if he bought one, he'd?
Hyperbole is something Chris generally doesn't seem to get.
 

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The latest Axe product's ad campaign is about how it helps you keep your cool so you can talk to women. Let's hope it causes some kind of placebo effect with Chris.
 

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rocket said:
It's prob different with boys but I mean us ladytypes didn't run into those kinds of issues when buying Herbal Essences, and those commercials have that dumb "shampoo orgasm" schtick.

Herbal Essences also doesn't smell like fabreeze mixed with the wet musty inside of a leaky car in the sun.
 

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I don't have a problem with AXE. It's definately marketed toward teens. I just always wondered why it cost so much. I use Degree and it smells good, does exactly what it says it does, and costs about $3 for a two pack. AXE costs about double that for one!

Chris is a massive cheap skate with everything but wastes his money on the most expensive brand of deodorant and shampoo in walmart. I'd be confused about this is if wasn't CWC.
 

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Maybe he perceives other brands as cheap, regardless of being name brand or not? Or maybe his preference depends on what is advertised more, especially on TV (which might go back to his autism causing him to be more susceptible to advertisements). As far as men deodorant goes, I've seen a lot of Axe commercials, possibly more than any other brand.
 
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Zim said:
I don't have a problem with AXE. It's definately marketed toward teens. I just always wondered why it cost so much. I use Degree and it smells good, does exactly what it says it does, and costs about $3 for a two pack. AXE costs about double that for one!

Chris is a massive cheap skate with everything but wastes his money on the most expensive brand of deodorant and shampoo in walmart. I'd be confused about this is if wasn't CWC.

You can tell how much Chris cares about something by how much he chooses to spend on it.

Proving his straightness? Buy AXE.
Video games? Buy every DLC and accessory and crap that he'll never play.
Tomgirl? Buy the most expensive makeup.

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Girlfriend? Take her to McDonalds.
 

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MysticMisty said:
While Chris probably (hopefully) doesn't see Axe commercials as reality, he does seem to think that the ladies he walks by in public will take one sniff and instantly find him attractive, but they're too shy to say anything openly (or whatever the hell he thinks is going to happen).
This is one of the reasons I want to meet Chris in person. Just to be that gal who asks if he is aware of his terrible BO.

Somewhat on-topic: do we know which two McD's he is banned from? IIRC, there are 5-7 of them in C-ville.
 

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Varis said:
MysticMisty said:
While Chris probably (hopefully) doesn't see Axe commercials as reality, he does seem to think that the ladies he walks by in public will take one sniff and instantly find him attractive, but they're too shy to say anything openly (or whatever the hell he thinks is going to happen).
This is one of the reasons I want to meet Chris in person. Just to be that gal who asks if he is aware of his terrible BO.

Somewhat on-topic: do we know which two McD's he is banned from? IIRC, there are 5-7 of them in C-ville.


so there are 3-5 more for him to get banned from...
 

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Varis said:
MysticMisty said:
While Chris probably (hopefully) doesn't see Axe commercials as reality, he does seem to think that the ladies he walks by in public will take one sniff and instantly find him attractive, but they're too shy to say anything openly (or whatever the hell he thinks is going to happen).
This is one of the reasons I want to meet Chris in person. Just to be that gal who asks if he is aware of his terrible BO.

Somewhat on-topic: do we know which two McD's he is banned from? IIRC, there are 5-7 of them in C-ville.
In addition to the one in Ruckersville, there's one on the highway between Ruckersville and C'ville. That seems like a likely suspect since it's definitely the second closest location to 14BC. According to Google maps there's 4 more in C'ville itself, including one that looks like it's pretty close to the UVA campus. Since he's been known to head to the library at UVA with the attraction sign in the past, that location seems like it could also be a possibility.
 

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Chris is so fucking dim that he probably believes that human armpits can be their own life form, ugly Flintstones toes and everything.

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BatmanVSTonyDanza said:
The latest Axe product's ad campaign is about how it helps you keep your cool so you can talk to women. Let's hope it causes some kind of placebo effect with Chris.

I heard Axe makes you a YouTube star.
 

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Given Chris's utter lack of any real life experience I would suspect he believes everything he sees on TV. Listen to the Father Call. He takes delight in eating salads and lemonade at McPuckos. On TV, those are the "healthy foods" and hence he eats them. Of course the salads he eats are smothered in as much dressing as he can procure, just like a little kid, and the lemonade is terrible for you because of the massive amount of sugar.

Personally I think he needs to pay attention to shampoo and soap commercials. And laundry detergent commercials.
 

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>>Tomgirl? Buy the most expensive makeup.<<

He just went to sephora for makeup advice--I noticed in the kaka vid that all the stuff he used (except maybe the foundation--and even that was the shitty sephora name brand) was drugstore. I know makeup packaging pretty well, he was using milani eyeshadow, maybelleine primer, and revlon lipstick.

I did a "dupe" makeup look vid, but I deleted it in case potential employers found it.
 
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