After I maxed it, I still can't be certain but it looks like there's more products in the display for men than women. At least that's what the sign seems to suggest so, admit it, you guys need as much help as we do!
I do believe Kate is right! The marketers needed to expand their markets so they put the same soapy stuff in a masculine bottle and push men's insecurity buttons to make them buy!:-D And is that you I see in the mirror? Have a wonderful weekend, Jacob!
You love that word--plethora--don't you. MB
I'm a soap and water guy...
Men gotta play too! hahahaha
Haha, I thought you were going to show us Lois Anne's dressing table when I read the title of the post.
I always found that Plethora helped women, immensely.
I believe that these will help men with their beauty as well. As long as they have hair, that is!
Do they work? Maybe they do in Florida. I'm not so impressed with the results here. :)
"So, it used old bricks from another ruin...in that sense, it's not artificial...well, sorta. "Jacob. The used bricks was, as I wrote, from an old castle, so all in one, well then from the 1600´s, AND The Ruin, artificial, is build as it stands :-DHave all best weekend!
You know what I found out? None of them work for me any more.
Very colorful, but I personally am so gorgeous I don't need any of that junk.(NOT!)
I need some of that stuff, too. Nah, on second thought, it wouldn't help me that much, lol.
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