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Men being really rude to their wives about coffee in old commercials

Sep 2, 2011 By Abraham 22

Wow…

(via Boing Boing)

22 Comments

  1. Amber says:

    Oh.
    Em.
    Gee.

    I’m pretty sure if my husband said something like that to me he would probably spend the next few hours wishing that coffee hadn’t been so hot.

  2. Stephen says:

    I think the best part is how Important coffee seems to them, like its the only thing they live for.

    “I hoped it would be better today”

  3. Marcie says:

    I think I have new insight into why sitcoms have stereotyped husbands as bumbling oafs for the last couple decades. Karma. Ha.

    1. Photographer Leia says:

      What got me was the guy who said he’d get coffee at the plant. You know that coffee can’t have been any better. Saying you’d rather have breakroom coffee is like saying you’d pick some up at the gas station on my way to work.

  4. Cassie says:

    I think that they thought it was rather funny and manly of them to belittle their wives. But a real man shows respect for his wife. We don’t complain about their BO, their belching, dirty socks, beer bellies, incessant hair growth in strange unnatural places. and they complain a/b the coffee? Men back then hadn’t even heard of nair.

  5. Betsy says:

    ok, is it bad of me that when I saw the one with the guy pointing his finger millimeters from his wife’s face I had the incredible urge to take over her body and bite the damn finger OFF???

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