So here is the news:
KFC is doubling down on its promo across college coeds’ backsides. The world’s largest chicken chain is putting yet more college women — at three more universities — into sweatpants with “Double Down” emblazoned across their rear ends.
I have so many mixed feelings about this, I don’t even know where to begin. First of all, if women want to be stupid enough to sell their ass as advertising space, who am I to judge? $500 is a nice sum just for walking around campus in sweat pants. I mean, is it much different than wearing a fuzzy pair of HWS sweats to class?
But this is rather bothersome:
Double Down is KFC’s new male-targeted sandwich that uses chicken patties as buns.
Are we really gendering food? This notion that there are female foods:
And male foods:
is rather limiting. Yet our gender ideologies manage to well enforce these ideas. Heaven forbid we head to a bar uptown and catch a Hobart Bro downing one of these:
So to use women to market to men a specific food aimed at their—pardon the pun—desires, makes sense. I mean, isn’t that what this means?
In college life, women are supposed to be highly sexed and men are supposed to be very hungry. Someone said: ‘Let’s put them together.’
we should ask the Dean of Boston University’s School of Hospitality Administration. Since he said it. I think he was being sarcastic. I think.