No, you think that males who use a certain deodorant which you
happen not to like to be dumb. Narcissus much? I got news for ya - males are not perennially insecure like females. We don't choose deodorant because women like it.
If you're going to criticise an entire gender for falling for vanity advertising then look no further than the mirror. Narcissus again?
see? there. now we don't need to say anything more at all.
Your attempt to get the last word by way of a straw-man fallacy means you fail at smart-ass 101.
No, seriously, I don't give a flying toss about deodorant or computer specs. What I'm not into is your broad generalizing about which sex is more likely to chose something based on color or have insecurities about body odor. I'm not trying to one-up you or pick a fight, I'm just saying that broad generalizations don't make truth. The deodorant remark was a joke to illustrate how stupid such generalizations are. I don't actually think men are more vulnerable to advertising than women are.
And I'm not a smart ass, just a pissy human being and a girl who's sick of being told how insecure or vain I am, just because I have a friggin' twat. I'm NOT insecure and I'm not vain. I hardly ever even remember to brush my hair, for chrissakes, and I don't like men very much so it doesn't even matter to me whether they're trying to impress women or not. I'm just sick to death of being judged on the sole factor of my sex--something I can't (or rather won't, this being the 21st c.) change. Aren't you?
And er, to remain on topic, is there any real difference btw the white macbook and the black macbook besides memory? Or rather, at least, anything that a person who uses the thing mainly for internet, garageband, and photoshop ought to know about?