17 thoughts on “Not Suitable for Women

  1. Goosey Lucy

    Wouldn’t men have bigger gnashers and bigger jaws?
    I suppose, to be politically correct we should have one size fits all socks too!! No more men’s socks !! You big- footed show offs!!

    1. Goosey Lucy

      The real offensive stuff is women’s toiletries- where the same creams are packaged as “for the lady folk” and cost twice as much.
      I bought Krill oil capsules recently and the pink-boxed ladies one was more expensive, for the exact same ingredients! Needless to say, I bought the “men’s” ones

  2. Yeah, Ok

    All of this cosmetic crap is usually aimed squarely at women. In order to potentially open this market to men these companies feel that they should aim straight at men with no subtlety whatsoever. This is not sexist. This is not to offend or exclude women. This is not some insulting patriarchal offensive move. This is capitalism. Get the fupp over yourselves. Not everything is oppression.

  3. Murtles

    Oh ffs there’s plenty of cosmetics and consumer items branded for ladies. Do people really have to have a hissy fit when a product labelled for men comes along? Don’t make me interrupt my Christmas shopping to track down lady branded products and flood Broadsheet with faux outrage.

    On a side note Palmolive soap and Lillets are similarly packaged and often placed side by side on the shelf so till lady no need to glare at me as if I stole your kidneys.

  4. Andrew

    This product seems to be getting a fair bit of coverage lately.
    Putting hydrogen peroxide on your teeth is not good. This is the same product that’s always been around, it’s just different packaging and ‘invented’ by two Irish female dentists from Galway.

  5. Eamonn Clancy

    Broadsheet has started to collapse under its own weight. This post is just another bell ringing to announce its demise. It was fun while it lasts guys. Slán.

    1. Tony

      Sure it wouldn’t be Christmas without Eamon’s festive lament at declining standards at Broadsheet with obligatory vow to leave and never return. God bless you Eamonn, you miserable old ladypart.

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