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Struggling to have a conversation with your partner about getting down and dirty? Well here’s an idea – use embedded native advertising to con them into initiating sex instead. In the adtech world’s race to the bottom, a company has sprung up offering desperate men (yes, it is targeted at men) a service that claims it will get …
"I don't know how you men do it, but we females, if we're lesbians, most of the time look for a compatible partner. You know, like, ermm, a female..?"
Dunno about other men, but I do almost exactly the same, looking for a compatible partner that is a female. The only difference is the ones I look for are not lesbians. I guess either of us would be happy with a bisexual female.
Struggling to have a conversation with your partner about getting down and dirty? Well here’s an idea – use embedded native advertising to con them into initiating sex instead.
Uh huh. Here's a view from a amateur psychologist.
The target audience (desperate men whose partners aren't interested in having sex with them) should consider things for about ten seconds and then come to the obvious conclusion. The lady is not actually enjoying things which is why she's not interested.
If you can't communicate about resolving something like this when your married, then your relationship has a very short shelf life which has probably already passed the "best before" date.
And if this has even a smidgeon of success, next it's politics.
The big elephant in the room though is that targeted advertising just doesn't work.
If blokes want to get their 'target' in the mood here's a hint. Be nice to them. Buy flowers/chocolates. Don't come home drunk demanding food on the table. You know, the basics.
If blokes want to get their 'target' in the mood here's a hint.
This targets the "once an arsehole, always an arsehole" demographic. Anybody capable of following your hints wouldn't "need" this degenerate service.
Anyway - Only in America, this would break so many laws in Europe that happy, smiling lawyers would be queueing up have a go at them.
Silly valley is 90% brogrammers and other such ilk. So their understanding of female psychology and all the variations thereof is.... non-existent. But if it doesn't work it is obviously due to the fact the user doesn't know how to use the software properly, and the universe should change to match the software. Right?
"Anyone remember pheromone sprays?"
The pheromone sticky traps for clothes-eating moths work. I hung one up - and couldn't believe the almost instant presence of (presumably) male moths fluttering towards it.
How researchers identified what chemicals are pheromones is interesting - as by definition they are odourless to the normal sense of smell. "Jacobson's Organ and the remarkable nature of smell" by Lyall Watson is an interesting read.
Please, El Reg, get rid of the Outbrain 'You Might Also Like' bar across the page! Yes, there are a few links there to other El Reg articles, but also links to PPI loan checks, hearing aid ads and... swimsuit ads!!!! (serves me right for clicking on an El Reg 'smut' link) (and, no, this browser is locked down so I can't add an adblocker)
It might go something like:
8 Reasons why you should dump him now
One of them would be a link to
"Do lesbians have better sex than straight women?" in the Guardian
The answer is yes by the way
My ex-wife was putting on weight so she got hold off a recipe for "Fat burning soup". The smell of this stuff cooking was bad, it had a *lot* of cabbage in it. Then the farts, OMG, this woman could have won the Olympic fartathon if they had one.
Targeted ads. would have to have been, " Why cabbage is not sexy" or something similar :(
Happy Friday everyone! <single now, so goes to pub>
Those have been around since the 80s at least.
This for example contains advice on how to convince your partner that science has proven a direct correlation between promotion chances and how often you eat pussy.
... I was a schoolboy, okay? Schoolgirls were reading it and some of them ... left it unattended.
To answer you:
The following appears to be a joke about a Jewish gentleman, which may be a required detail.
He was talking to a friend and said, ”I prefer to sleep alone. I believe in celibacy. In fact, ever since we were married, my wife and I have had separate rooms.”
’’But,” said the friend, ’’supposing during the night you feel that you would like a little love, what do you do?”
”Oh,” replied the other, ”I just whistle.”
The friend was astonished, but went on to ask, "But supposing it is the other way round and your wife feels that she would like a little loving - what happens then?”
”Oh,” he replied, "she comes to my door and taps, and when I answer says, 'lkey, did you whistle?’”
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