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A Boy and His Voice


Monday, September 26, 2005

"And it's you and me and all of the people
And I don't know why, I can't keep my eyes off you."
Lifehouse -- You and Me

High class = High crass?

Friday, September 23, 2005


I've long felt that using sex appeal in an ad is a lazy way out. The only exception? If it was used in a really classy manner, but who are we kidding here? Classy, sexy ads are about as rare as a taxi driver who actually signals when he wants to change lane. Yeah.. you get the drift.

*click for a full sized pic*

*pictures from http://www.thesuperficial.com/forums

These 2 ads are.. low (pun not intended). Seriously, I don't even think the ads are sexy, and let's not even start on classy. Why in the world is D&G and Gucci trying to do a Calvin Klein? I have no idea. If fashion ads have come to this state, something is seriously wrong somewhere. Kopiwriter once said - (There's a) Fine line between “hey, THAT’S an idea!” and “uh-huh. Riii-iiiighhhtt”; and to quote Joey (or is it Chandler) on Friends, "They've crossed the line so far, the line looks like a dot."
Sleazy is the best word I can think of. What do you think?

Pervies beware!

Tuesday, September 13, 2005

A group of girls in Singapore has decided to take it upon themselves to unmask the pervies on the iRC (internet relay chat).
By pervies, I mean guys who think they can hide behind the screen and solicit for sex from underaged girls. These guys should be hung by their balls and get roasted alive. Before that can happen, take a look at the blog which is called: Male Private Parts XXXposed.
The blog consists of the chat logs and even pictures of these pervies. The blog aims to educate, and like what they say, if you are offended, you are on the right track.
It's a dangerous job educating our youths today. Be careful girls!
In very much the same essence, Perverted-Justice is a website set on exposing pervies as well, except in the USA.
Some things can't be forgiven, like talking loudly on the mobile on public transport and forgetting to switch your mobile to silent mode in the cinemas.. this is one of them, except a hundred thousand times worse. Do the young girls in our society a favour, spread the word.. and keep them safe.

A lady speaks..

Monday, September 12, 2005

And yes.. we have a comment from juzagirl, regarding the Dove ads.
About bloody time really, it's tough pretending to be a girl and trying to know what they think. Anyhow, here's what she said,
"I guess its refreshing to see advertisers using real woman. We (women in general) are tired of seeing the so called perfect woman.... ads n many other forms of media had a big part to play in building this image that to be perfect or beautiful, u have to look a certain way.."

There you have it, how a woman feels. I guess we, pervy men has to do with influencing the media as well.. but hey, when we love our woman, we love our woman.. even though they might not look like what's showing on tv. Well, I least I speak for myself. Having said that, bidding opens.. now. I could really use some cash.


Juzagirl goes on to say:

"I also dun see as dove being the brand for fat pple.. (and) that there were models that Dove hired that are slim, but curvy at the right places.... basically people that are nothing like those stereotypically stick like creatures whose faces n bodies are splashed continuously across the media"

You heard it first, the lady (hopefully more will comment) feels that Dove is doing the right thing.