It's related to the product. Odor does play a role in attraction. Do I think X deodorant will result in sex? No, but it's not some completely unrelated thing either. At worst, it'll probably make you more attractive by not smelling bad. That at least fits the product. M&Ms virtue signaling women empowerment has nothing to do with the product.Like.... do you not understand that a deodorant doesn't give you sex? Women dont chase after you? It deodorant, that's not it's design. It was specifically made up to appeal to your identity.
You cannot be that far up your own arse not to see how things get sold to you
It's all vapid virtue signaling. No, buying M&Ms don't help women. No, buying deodorant doesn't give you any attention. No, eating Subway is not fresh and doesn't make you healthy. No, Coke doesn't give you fun, bikini parties or Santa (or a hundred other fake ways that Coke has sold itself when it's just a fizzy drink.) No, Gi Joes were never tough or mamly. They're dolls. They were made to appeal to your identity politics to suck money out of wallets
No covid variant has had nearly the impact of the original strain on hospital systems.ABSOLUTE LOL
No other response is adequate. Complete head-in-the-sand delusion territory.
Yes, you've mentioned this before, when you described how you ignored basic hygiene protocols at work. It continues to be pretty concerning.
You always seem to never answer questions that are inconvenient to your narrative. I didn't wear gloves when recommended because they don't do anything. Then, I asked you how is me wearing gloves stopping covid spread because regardless if I did touch something that had covid on it, how is wearing gloves gonna stop covid from spreading somewhere else than if I touched it with my hands? And you never answered that. You don't follow basic logic, let alone science (that says covid doesn't spread via surfaces anyway).
You have the mental ability to not let ads affect you... Just like you can go to the grocery store and just buy what you want vs succumbing to the psychological tricks used by the grocery stores. Also, where do ya'll even see ads anymore in this day and age? Outside of watching a live sports game (which I do less and less, just watch the highlight video on Youtube usually now), I literally don't see any ads (I guess billboards are like the only ads I see nowadays).Some people genuinely believe advertising has no effect on them. It's just a multi-billion industry for letting us know products exist and in no way tries to guide our purchasing decisions.