Champion of the Mile High Club

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If it seems too good to be true, it’s too good to be true.
Before the guys among FOTM readers get all green with envy for the dude in the video, you should know the video is a male sexual fantasy conveyed as a commercial for Lynx deodorant!
Axe (or Lynx in Ireland, the UK and Australia) is a brand of male grooming products, owned by the British–Dutch company Unilever and marketed towards young males.
Adverse publicity has been generated by Lynx’s advertisements for encouraging sexual promiscuity and sexism.
On January 12, 2008, 12-year-old Daniel Hurley from Derbyshire, England died in a hospital five days after collapsing at his home. The medical coroner ruled that he had suffered from cardiac arrhythmia and died from heart failure as a result of spraying large amounts of Lynx in a confined space.

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0 responses to “Champion of the Mile High Club

  1. Axe also does a commercial called “Anarchy” that I’m not too fond of. I don’t think there are too many responsible people working there…

     
  2. Wish they hadn’t used one of Elvis’s most beautiful songs!

     
  3. My nephew’s school placed a ban on Axe last year. All of the boys were spraying it in the locker rooms after gym class and it began making students and teachers sick. Think I’d rather smell a little sweat than get a migraine.

     
  4. edward oleander

    I asked my staff a few weeks ago if someone had put on mosquito repellent because several people complained about the overpowering stench that smelled just like Deep Woods OFF (I had been smelling it all evening off and on too)… Turned out one of my techs was wearing Axe… It is now banned at Detox…
    BTW, where was that nurse at 0:24 when *I* was in nursing school?!?!
    🙂
    ~e

     

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