Inquiring Minds Want To Know
So I'm sitting there watching the football game and I see all these commercials for Cialis - and they all show a couple sitting in two bathtubs. Will someone please explain to me what the tubs have to do with anything. I need to know; it's driving me nuts!
First of all, when's the last time you were at the beach and came across two bathtubs? Is this something you just happen to throw in the back seat of your car at the last minute? And how did they get the tubs down to the beach? Do you flag someone down in the parking lot and say, "Hey, would you mind helping me haul down a couple of bathtubs?" Wouldn't it be a lot easier to just throw in a couple of inflatable little kid swimming pools?
And where are their clothes? If I were at a public beach sitting in a bathtub, I would want my clothes right next to me, just in case some crazy person comes by and tries to take my pants. Then again, I suppose they could be at a nude beach. But then why would you need bathtubs. If you don't mind getting naked in front of complete strangers, why not just lay down a blanket and call it good? It would be a whole lot easier to pack up in case of rain.
If you look closely you can also see a faucet down by their feet. What's up with that? I don't see any plumbing; where are the pipes? And those are old tubs. My Grandparents had a claw-legged tub like that and it was a son-of-a-gun to move - it weighed a ton!
And why is their hair wet? Is it like the public pool where you're suppose to shower first before going into the water - only in this case, before going into the bathtub?
And then there's the whole issue of what the drug is actually intended for. I don't know about you, but a sandy beach is the last place I would want to be doing the "Hobbleldy-GaGa." You could be dealing with sand in places it doesn't belong for quite some time. I don't know how it is in your house, but in my house I like to watch TV afterwards. Let's see - watching the sun set over a large body of water while sitting in a bathtub that may, or may not, have water in it...or catching "Weekend Update" on Saturday Night Live.
Well, that's a no-brain-er!