If you’ve seen the Geico Insurance “Bro” commercial, you’ve probably thrown up in your mouth also. It’s just plain creepy and makes AWD say “No Go Bro” to Geico.
AWD just doesn’t like looking at dudes lifting weights. Hell, I don’t like looking at dudes doing anything! There’s a word for men who do. Well, actually there are quite a few words to describe men who like looking at other men. One is “liberal.”
If you haven’t just eaten, here’s the commercial:
OK, so the big creepy guy gets more muscle as he and the leering little creepy guy exchange “bro” words. I really don’t get the “bro” thing. Is this what creepy guys who lift weights say to each other? Is there a bro-culture I’m not aware of? Like the gay-looking lumberjack beard thing?
Since most commercials are written in New York and San Francisco, I think we all can imagine where this is all going. We’ll have to ask RedStater since he lives behind enemy lines in Nueva Jork. Hell, he might work out with those creepy bro cats!
AWD and his friends don’t call each other “bro.” We greet each other warmly with:
“Hey there, homo.”
“Pressure’s off, I’m back.”
“Don’t any of you have homes?”
“You still alive? Dayum!”
“I never liked you.”
Of course, AWD doesn’t spend a lot of time in weight rooms befriending men who don’t wear shirts. Actually, I don’t spend a lot of time in weight rooms either. Weights are too heavy and I prefer yoga. Well, not really but the views are a whole hell of a lot better. OK, I went to one yoga class. Once! Crucify me, bro!
You can plainly see yoga is much better than weight lifting. At least from the back of the class. But only if the class is full of fillies.
I never thought I’d long to waste my time watching that little Englishter Geico green lizard bastid on commercials until I saw these two creeps who look like they’re about to welcome a new inmate on Cell Block D.
What’s the over/under that we see Obama in a Geico commercial after he leaves office? Maybe ‘Bro’-bama’s circus maximus with the Aryan Brotherhood in San Quentin? I don’t even want to think about it.
I hate Geico.