We no longer have to wonder.
I’ll show you what they’ve done. Here.
Makes you want to rush right out and buy it, right? After all, nothing sells like resigning to the worst we can do, rather than constantly pushing forward towards the best that can be done.
Is this where we’re at, now? Give up? Resign? Let’s just be fat and ugly, blowing sweat-hog farts in the general direction of naysayers?
I’m not defending Cosmopolitan, per se. It’s a bit of a smarmy brand that does engender the worst things about “us” (females), draped in hot chicks on the cover. But at least it’s a brand that has always inspired being hot looking, not being fooled, and getting your best chick game on. You get to be as stupid as you want for any of the rest of it.
Being hot looking or inspiring to be hot, gives you many more options once you attain or re-attain that status, ladies, and dudes are always in your corner for looking hotter.
Tess Holliday says to kiss her sweaty, ugly, and fat ass.
Let’s illustrate more.
Hey, let’s put a 1970’s-era AMC Pacer on the cover of Hot Rod! After all, no guy is going to buy or build that rod. They might as well give up.
Or, hey, let’s put a Tesla on the cover. It’s the new thing.
…I’ve got an idea.
Let’s put a washed out, toothless crack whore on the cover of Easy Riders, sitting on a Vespa scooter!
Do you get my take, now? I really don’t care that much about the societal degradation and celebrating the basest element of its slide, or, rocket ship to hell. What I care about is destroying a good business brand that was so hard fought to achieve.
Why is it so much the propensity of the left to be nihilist, to shit on their own doorstep, to regard everything as the enemy that needs to be destroyed?