Truck advertisements are almost universally aimed at men. They usually center around talking about how rough, tough, and durable the featured truck is and they almost ooze machismo. Advertisers and car manufacturers are pretty blatant about it because men who want their truck to be rough and tough and full of cajones are who they want to buy their trucks. But this comedy sketch from New Zealand comedy troupe “Funny Girls” for 3NOW TV tears all those stereotypes down and even takes aim at stereotypes about female drivers. It’s hilarious, it’s fresh, and it’s the truth.
Side-Splitting Truck Commercial Parody Destroys Macho Ads Forever
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