More passive aggressive moms for starters...
This is an ad for the new Gucci fragrance "Guilty". (Yes that's Evan Rachel Wood having passionate sex yet again with no apparent backstory. No that's not Marilyn Manson but Chris Evans underneath her). I watched this a few times, like a Where's Waldo, in search of the guilty plot-line. I'm still stupified.Here's the best I came up with:
- Her shoes look painful. Maybe she's guilty for hurting her feet.
- She's parked a car on a construction site, and that's going to make some poor guys work a real pain tomorrow morning.
- She stole that necklace from the guy she was just having sex with. But I'm pretty sure he got it at Hot Topic, so it's not like it's irreplaceable.
- And I guess the two of them are guilty of making people think that sex is a series of neck kisses, hair tosses and blind-shaped shadows--and not the sweaty, humiliating, ape-like pleasure pop it really is. But I'm pretty sure all of that is more wrong than guilt.
That is what sex-induced guilt looks like. I don't even want to know how it smells.