Every now and again, a company decides to seek marketing ideas from people who have apparently never talked to an actual female. That's the only explanation we can think of for bafflingly misguided pieces of "woman-friendly" advertising like ...
4 Hoover Creates a 'Game' Where You Iron Your Date's Clothes
Hoover knew exactly what every woman's idea of fun is when they created an online ad in the form of an interactive game for their new iron. The object of the game? Ironing a dude's clothes before you go out on a date with him, of course. First, you're prompted to pick one of three distinct types of douchebag:
"Can I just use the iron on my skull?"
As your suitor waits patiently by an ironing board, you must help him correctly pick the setting to put the iron on, because you have a vagina so you must know this shit. You also control the iron for him, since he's too busy wagging his finger at you.
"This is also how we will have foreplay."