@Better to Eat You With She doesn't need to talk.
This ad should be referred to as "The Cabin in the Woods" commercial.
@adorable-eggplant And by the way, that commercial is the first result from a Google search of "creepy Kay Jewelers commercial."
And from Jezebel: "Ah, creepy, creepy co-dependent psychopathic cabin love."
@j-i-a I would so much rather the woman give the guy a diamond collar while the cat and dog are watching.
Does anyone remember the creepy commercial (I believe it was Kay's) of a man and woman at a cabin where the camera angles made it look like there was someone in the bushes outside the window and the dude was all "I'll always be here to protect you" or something. Soooooo creepy.
@adorable-eggplant I like the way you think. Just mark my territory. Then I could offer to wash his cocoa-stained pants at my place.
@adorable-eggplant Yes, I remember that was a thing! Maybe as I'm walking down the street and see someone suitable, I'll "accidentally" fall as they walk by. They'll have no choice but to stop and help me up. Is that the best plan?
I'm fresh-ish off a breakup, and I have no current prospects. All I want is a winter rebound. If only there was a way to convey this to strangers solely through eye contact...
@yeah-elle That tattoo is everything.
@Blushingflwr True. Craving salt might mean your body needs iodine? Especially since a lot of people now opt for using sea salt--which lacks iodine--when they cook.
I've been choosing to read People magazine's announcement as:
Adam Levine: sexist. Man, alive!