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P Diddy Totally Doesn’t Get Yom Kippur

The man who temporarily made it cool to be called Puffy could perhaps do with some lessons in what, specifically, chicks are into. Maybe you’ve heard of his fragrance for women, bizarrely titled Unforgivable. What, pray tell, is so unforgivable, … Read More

By / September 19, 2007

The man who temporarily made it cool to be called Puffy could perhaps do with some lessons in what, specifically, chicks are into. Maybe you’ve heard of his fragrance for women, bizarrely titled Unforgivable. What, pray tell, is so unforgivable, Diddy? Why would a girl want to be unforgivable? Is it someone who has done something unforgivable to the girl wearing the perfume, and if so, why is that sexy or alluring? So many questions. If you thought Diddy was bad at titles, you’ll love his attempts at marketing said fragrance. Previous print adds have been banned from being displayed on bus stops (too raunchy), and a new TV spot for the perfume (and don’t even get me started on how insane it is to advertise perfume on television) is so graphic it’s downright ugly, and as such as been banned from TV until Diddy agrees to censor the parts where he hikes up Jessica Gomez’s skirt, grabs her every which way, and pretty much parks his car in her garage on camera. For the record, she looks totally bored and uncomfortable. See for yourself. As far as I can tell Unforgivable is actually a very appropriate title for the ad campaign, if not the fragrance itself. Aside from P. Diddy making his long division face, what do you guys find unforgivable? Here’s what I can think of: murder incest vests worn over t-shirts people who talk on their cell phones during the chuppa at a wedding idol worship