i normally read Jane and Nylon magazine...Jane to fulfill my fashion/beauty needs and Nylon for kickass photography and cool things from around the world. i've recently noticed an ad, for the clothing company diesel. it featured a girl, who look like she was a doll, and she was a holding a glass of urine. it said, "Stay Young! Drink Urine!" then something to the affect that she found the fountain of youth in her urine, and her name/birthday, which was sometime in the 1800's. I thought it was pretty funny...the model scared me though in her looks.
My mom recently went shopping, and bought me two teen girl magazines (teen vogue, cosmogirl), which, i decided to read although i never buy them anymore for myself.
in teen vogue, there were two diesel ads, one after another that struck me as weird and confusingly odd.
there is a guy and a girl, in the same doll like makeup, and it says,
Save Yourself /
Don't Have Sex
"We are 110-year-old virgins and proud of it.
By keeping our juices to ourselves, we've prevented aging.
Wouldn't you choose everlasting beauty of 9 seconds of sticky passion?"
James & Agnes Lillywhite, born 1891.
different models, same pose, same look.
Don't Have Sex
"Sex is over-rated and it can lead to old age quicker.
We recommend you keep your juices to yourself. An orgasm only
lasts for seconds, but beauty can survive forever."
Rebecca & Simon Beasley, born 1880
have you seen these? what are your feelings? i strongly doubt that these are correct statements. should someone write to the company and ask to give correct information?