Not that they didn't do that already. But who was the genius that said "Sweet! Now we can wash are asses and our heads without having to use a different product!"? Because, holy shit, people! Having to bend over and pick up a different bottle of shampoo is so taxing and complicated.
Yeah, you dudes can spend half an hour in the shower cleaning everything else out (read: yo pipes), but when it comes to actually washing something so that it is clean and not empty, it takes too much energy and strength to grab actual hair shampoo.
Here's a thought: Stop whacking off in the shower and save your energy for washing your hair with something that doesn't smell like some old guy's armpits.
Sorry guys, but when your feet, balls, and hair smell exactly the same, that doesn't exactly scream "Fuck me now." Granted, there are some women out there that love the smell of "Lazy Sunuvabitch," but overall, I'm thinking it's not the greatest move towards getting laid by a real live person.
Now I don't disagree with David, a reviewer at drugstore.com, who honestly took the time (time he could have used washing his hair with actual shampoo) to share this: "...it is handy to have a shampoo and body wash-in-one."
Sure, all-in-one body and hair shampoo is handy. For little babies. But for men who clearly do not need a product to make their showers quicker and more efficient. Um, not so much.
How about making something for moms who actually do have to take short showers, many times with a screaming baby in a bouncy seat. Why not make something for us? Like a hot guy who comes to our house and bathes us. Or a shampoo with some miraculous herbal scent that makes our children fall asleep long enough so we can actually wash our hair AND our asses (with different products, of course).
But no. Apparently we moms don't need our lives to be easier or more convenient. Truth be told, if "easier" and "convenient" means an all-in-one body wash, I'm okay with having a hairy knee and one slightly grizzly arm pit.
Now, there are some brilliant minds out there, like Josh in Elbert, CO, who liked the idea of not having to spend an extra $3 on hair shampoo and decided to try using plain old shower gel on his hair; he probably does need this product.
"I tried just using bodywash in my hair, but it became coarse and I had a lot of dandruff. Then Old Spice came to the rescue, if you have short hair and don't want to buy shampoo, this is about the same price as their normal bodywash."
So I suppose Old Spice Hair and Body Wash is preventing dandruff in a few idiots across this country. And it's filling the landfills with one less bottle per every gullible household. But I have to argue that the overwhelming and near toxic scent of Old Spice has got to be way worse for the ozone than dumping plastic into the trash.
My advice, dear male readers. Don't bother discovering what it takes to be an Old Spice man. Because from what I can tell, it basically resembles the priesthood.
My thanks to Bobita, Mandie, and Stefani for nominating my post "This is My Mommy Blog" for a Perfect Post Award. To have something so dear to my heart be recognized by these three lovely ladies is extremely flattering. Thank you, thank you!