Friday, April 05, 2013

Brilliant!


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"What about my needs?"

"It's not you, it's me."

Pretty decent parody, even if it does have a commercial at the end.

5 comments:

creakypavillion said...

I thought the dialog makes no sense. It just doesn't have internal logic.
(yes, I know the source of the buzz-words).
If it was supposed to be a parody on "typical woman reasoning", it didn't deliver.

What we have here is a failure to communicate. On part of a male dialog writer.


Jeffro said...

I don't think they are necessarily pointing fingers at women - those catchphrases are (to me) more associated with the whole touchy feely my feelings are so important meme that seems to permeate our society. Metrosexuals come to mind.

I found the juxtaposition of the Western Badass vs the Modern Cosmo Man funny. YMMV!

Jeffro said...

I don't think they are necessarily pointing fingers at women - those catchphrases are (to me) more associated with the whole touchy feely my feelings are so important meme that seems to permeate our society. Metrosexuals come to mind.

I found the juxtaposition of the Western Badass vs the Modern Cosmo Man funny. YMMV!

creakypavillion said...

Hmmm. The fuchsia-pink Stetson argues in favor of your version. OK, I'll buy it.

[then it's one more kudos to me for ditching TMobile for Sprint. not the effect they were aiming at, I bet]

Jeffro said...

Snork! That'll larn 'em!