WTF advertisers?? Seriously?
So this is what came in my email today as a suggested Mother’s Day present.
Have you heard of the “DB” machine? I’m not exactly sure what it stands for (except maybe “Diabolical Buttocks”) but this is a specialized squat machine solely designed to work the glutes.
I cannot imagine a less fitting Mother’s Day present than this, because:
A. Exercise machine, really??
B. Nothing says “I love you mom!” more than gifting her a machine which says “I’ve noticed your buttocks!”
C. Not only have they been noticed, they’ve been identified as needing improvement.
What was the marketing team thinking?!?
I just noticed that the small child in the photo probably means the targeted audience is NOT adult children afterall, like I thought, but even worse... This is for the husband. So you can imagine who’s sleeping on the couch on Mother’s Day.
Granted, he’s the only one in the house who’s *allowed* to notice mom’s body parts but not by gifting something that essentially says “that needs work!” Oh my.