Now You, Too, Can Be MAXTall

Gabe Delahaye | September 19, 2011 - 1:45 pm

Guys, pay attention.

It is always funny how cheap and weird before and after pictures look when you’re dealing with weight loss or teeth whitening or whatever, because it’s obviously just two different people, but how do you mess up before and after pictures of shoe lifts? Even if you are faking it, just make them stand on a phone book, or whatever. There is absolutely no excuse for them often looking like two COMPLETELY DIFFERENT PEOPLE. Also, if your idea of a date is standing next to a woman facing in the same direction in a park in the middle of the day, maybe being too short is the least of your dating problems. And how come the “More Attention” clip is clearly, like, a husband and wife? Did she not know how tall he was when she married him? Or did she just think maybe he would get taller over time? I guess my basic question about this advertisement is just hahaha what? And I have a follow-up: hahaha really? MAXLaffs.