I just saw a commercial that was for Planter’s Peanuts and it was a mix just for men. Really. Would you ever use a product that was specially formulated for the opposite sex?
The labeling wouldn’t bother me, but I still want to see the ingredients. (Did you ever stop to think that Dove’s soap for men is not as good for them as its simple no-frangrance bar?)
I use the Aveda men’s hair pomade every day. So yes, it wouldn’t bother me a bit.
Wouldn’t bother me, either. But what on earth would make some peanuts more for men than for women?!
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