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“Go ahead, Mitchum man. Wear the same shirt you did two days ago.”

July 30, 2007, 7:17 PM

Has anyone seen this ad before?

Mitchum ad on the Metro

I saw it on the Metro. All I have to say is that if the so-called “Mitchum Man” is wearing the same shirt that he wore two days ago, I hope that shirt saw the inside of a washing machine on that day in between the two wearings. Otherwise, you’re going to have a very lonely Mitchum man, since no one will want to stand within ten feet of the guy, considering that the shirt would probably be able to get up and walk in on its own by then.

Web site: Mitchum Man: Armpit Orchestra (a little over the top?)

Song: The montage of Strong Bad dating the Wagon Fulla Pancakes: "Let's make this moment be the symbol of our lives..."

Quote: By the way, I know what they really want you to think with the ad - that Mitchum deodorant is so good that the wearer can wear a shirt again without washing it because it's not stinky because he wore Mitchum deodorant. Like I said, too bad the Mitchum man can't smell his own body odor.

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