You bought a f***ing dress!?

Has anyone else seen the above commercial? Utterly inane.

Just to recap. Couple saves up their credit card points. Husband is psyched—we can go on vacation! We can go dancing at some cool outdoor cafe! We can take a boat out into the Bay! We can eat at some amazing restaurant!

Uh, the wife says, we can’t.

No, replies the husband. Of course we can! We’ve been saving up these points forever! I’ve been waiting for this! And waiting! And waiting! And waiting! Hell, if I play this thing right I might even get laid!

No, says the wife, we really can’t—because I used all of our points on this dress!!!!

In the commercial, the dude smiles.

In real life—and this comes speaking as a husband—I’m f*&^ing livid. Livid! B****, are you f***ing kidding me!? Are you f***ing kidding? I’ve been working this no-good desk job for f***ing 10 years to cobble together some money, and you buy a f***ing dress!? Is this some sort of f***ing joke?

And then I call these dudes. And I sue for everything.

Absolutely everything.

13 thoughts on “You bought a f***ing dress!?”

  1. Is that a joke? Marketing people are here to lie to you. Of course realism doesn’t play into it. Anything goes as long as they can manipulate you into spending your money on their product.

  2. Murray — yes, they do, sadly. And it gets edited so many times and so many people give their input, that they all wind up watered down and mostly stupid.

    I hate how husbands are always buffoons who are either slobs the wife has to work around, or smiling buffoons like this clown.

    Jeff, in the end, though, she can make things all right in no more than a few minutes. Am I right, gentlemen? That’s what I thought.

  3. You, I think I had seen this commercial about twenty times before I realized she had used the points to buy the dress. So comically ridiculous.

  4. Jerome – my point exactly – is this commercial manipulating any sane person into getting a Chase card? I would think most sane people would not allow such stupidity to influence their choice of bank (well then again, that was a nice dress she bought)

  5. Maybe she actually used the Chase points to get fake boobs or a tummy tuck and thats what she was drawing attention to, not the dress. After all they were saying you could use the points for anything . . .

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