Ellen on Bic’s lady-pens (video)

Dr. Thoma wrote earlier about a “laxative for women” he found at the supermarket, and when he explored further, it contained the exact same ingredients, amount of active ingredients, and dosage as regular laxatives, except it was pink and cost more.

Well, a reader pointed me towards Ellen DeGeneres‘ brilliant take-down of Bic’s “Bic for Her,” a product they announced in 2012. It’s pen, but made for ladies, and of course it cost twice as much as Bic’s man-pens.


Here’s Ellen, video below:

A new product from Bic, the pen company. And they have a new line of pens called “Bic for Her.” And, this is totally real. They’re pens just for ladies.

I know what you’re thinking: “It’s about damn time. Where have our pens been?” Can you believe this? We’ve been using man-pens all these years. Ycch.

And they come in both lady-colors, pink and purple. And they’re just like regular pens, except they’re pink, so they cost twice as much. That is absolutely true as well….

I was reading the back of the package. Well, I had a man read the back of the package to me, and it said it’s designed to fit a woman’s hand. What does that mean? So like when we’re taking dictation from our bosses, we’ll feel comfortable and we’ll forget we’re not getting paid as much? ….

They’re built strong enough for a man, but simple enough that even a woman can understand how to use them.


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