So perhaps it's to overcompensate and distract that TMZ.com continues to disgust with its crude, vulgar and crass writing and story selection. To wit, today's advertisement for a porny perfume, masquerading as a TMZ "news item":
Scent of a Woman
Attention excitement-challenged fellas, if Viagra just won't do the trick, then Vulva Original vaginal scent is the product for you! Eau de Twatlette!Seriously. That was actually posted on the AOL-Time Warner site today. Is this woman-hating tripe supposed to be funny? Or witty? Or snarky?
While the, er, hair-raising product is not a perfume for the va-jay-jay, it is an erotic fragrance made to trigger sexual attraction and desire by mimicking the tangy aroma of lady muffin! Chanel No. 69!
According to the makers, you should not swallow Vulva, ingest Vulva or allow Vulva to have contact with your eyes. But isn't that why you'd buy it?
More important: Is someone at TMZ profiting from the sales of this alleged product?
Do the AOL/Time-Warner overlords condone or even know about this assault to the sensibilities?
And who is the editor of this website?
What do you think?