What: A timely parody of the Gillette announcement encouraging men to be better.
Who is the: The team at SNL.
Why we care: Earlier this week, the sharp brand Gillette made waves on the Internet by suggesting that men might try not to be trash all the time. Aramada, the men who were very secure in their masculinity, like Pierce Morgan, interacted with their maturity as they could: by shouting on the Internet. This kind of brief but loud argument often serves as a morning Saturday Night Live The book need a new idea, the boy did not bite this time. An episode hosted by Rachel Brosnahn from the show featured a false declaration aimed at a potential symbol of virulent manhood: the Ani.
True, the flexible bottle of sugar water was very good for a long time, bursting through the walls to give strong assurance of its own taste. SNL Apply Gillette's direct speech to a generation of men in red robes to think they can get anywhere they want. I've stopped, waiting for the fake ad to prove that men do not need reprimand from the brands. (We must be reprimanded by everyone and often.) However, that moment never arrived. There is no real point to be found here, just a slight fluctuation from a viral moment and some chuckled smiles nostalgic for the past. Well, unless you are a Kool-Aid man, in which case this is the worst thing that has happened since Jonestown. Do you have a sip below.