Do you think the Axe effect deodorant body spray actually works in attracting females?
There whole campaign was about spraying some in the chest area and all around, and walla.....next thing you know women will be chasing you...no matter of your age...or waht not.
That was there motto when they started. I remember just before the Axe got big, they had these really amature commercials....3 of them i belive...which show:
a) A Cheerleader in a US High Football game, chasing a runner and jumping on him and ripping off his jockie pants...
b) A family reunion, where a girl rams her male cousin and starts making out with him infront of the family and granny
c) At a kid sister b-day at a kids entertainment zone (chuck E. Cheese, etc..) a male employee comes to the party room and the older sister, quickly grabs secretly the males Groin...
So is Axe effect telling us something different, cause there was liquids back in the hey-day of the late 90's in rolling stones add's that talked about attracting people threw scent? Can it be that the Axe is the one, eventhough the add said it cost 39.99 and the Axe cost somewhere of around 3.99 US?