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  • Advertisment with kendo?

    I can see a men

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v4...22_coolads.jpg

  • #2
    :-) ..is that an actual advertisement?

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    • #3
      If it is I actually like it........

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      • #4
        Were it not for the lower right corner, I'd have guessed they were advertising:

        1. fruit
        2. kitchen utensils
        3. hardwood flooring

        and not

        1. kendo
        2. katana
        3. fabric softener

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        • #5
          "Pigeon" fabric softener? What I think of when I think about pigeons isn't really something that I'd care to have my clothes smelling like. Nor, come to think of it, is my kendogi a particularly exemplary piece of clothing on either the "soft" or "nice smelling" front....

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          • #6
            I like that, even if it's kind of nonsensical.
            (Who washes their kendogi with fabric softener?)

            (And...pigeons do not smell nice. But nicer sometimes than kendogi, I guess.)

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            • #7
              Originally posted by come_love_sleep View Post
              I like that, even if it's kind of nonsensical.
              (Who washes their kendogi with fabric softener?)
              i think the ad makes a lot of sense in a comical way.... it suggests the softener is so strong and effective that it even 'softens' the manly and rough samuraish/kendoka carachter into a delicate apple peeling person.... lol. did that even need explanation??

              and i do use fabric softener on my keikogi!! and know a lot of people who do... you got to treat your dear kendogi with only the best haha

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              • #8
                Maybe there is a hidden niche market for luxury/self care products in kendo? Soft, nice smelling kendoka versus the rest. ;-)

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