Interesting that you, Kikashi and Rob C are making personal attacks. It would be nice if you would try arguing your points using facts rather than by name calling and ad hominen attacks.
Even more surprising that you seem unable to read what I've written, and fail to understand what I have communicated.
Let me give it one, last, desperate try: yes, a load of crap is written in cosmetic advertising; the entire industry is built on dreams and wishful thinking; women buy either what they imagine might be the new flavour of the month or, alternatively, they stick with what they know and enjoy and feel works for them
, becomes a part of their personality! For example: my wife was a Chanel 5 girl from the age of fifteen until she died; she'd use nothing else. I don't accept the idea some of you put forward that any
woman is stupid enough to believe, think, imagine, dream, fantasize that a few applications of cream A is going to take ten years off her weathered skin, especially if she has ben knocking around on yachts! Even less will she think that cream B will remove fifteen of those delightfully sybaritic years.
Cosmetics have smell, they add texture and colour and all manner of artificial delights to what is, otherwise, the same thing that covers your ass. Women know perfectly well that Nature often needs a little helping hand, and why deny them the opportunity by legislating that their game, their mental adventure is making them victim to some imaginary crime, when all the time it makes them feel good? Were that not so, do you imagine that the cosmetics industry would be the backbone that supports the haute couture industry? Leave women in peace and stop trying to interfere with their pleasures and enjoyment; I have yet to see the sales lady with the Paulo Beretta 9mm standing beside the Revlon counter.
For God's sake, guys, don't try to tell them that you
That's it: you understand or it flies right over your heads, or you think it condescending; for me, es igual.
As for ad hominems - well, if that's how you figure/interpret disagreement, that's also okay by me. I don't really give a damn. I'm happy with the women I know, have never found them a problem and I know, deep down inside of me, that they really are streets ahead of the majority of men that it has been my lot to meet and get to know. Which when you get to think about it, is neither surprising nor unexpected and damned good luck for us! If anyone doubts this, have a peep at the school/university results coming out in recent years.