a stranger whispered to me “you’ve got yourself a real sweetie there” the other day when we were together and you had stepped away for a moment.
“oh no” I said “we’re not… we’re just friends” I tripped over the words as they spilled out of my mouth at light speed.
“My apologies, he sure looks at you like you’re something else” she replied.
And when I told you this story all you had to say was “well, shit”
Because we both realized we don’t look at each other the way friends do.
We look at each other the way “just friends” do
—  the world can see how we look at each other

Dear axe, your ad is horrible. Let me explain how:

1) It objectifies women.
2) It tells young men with female friends that they are not “real men”.
3) It tells young women that “real” men don’t want to be their friends, they only want to “tear” their clothing off.
4) It insults men with braids.
5) It is advertising a crappy body spray.

Okay, that last one was just my opinion. The others are facts.

Just friends,” huh? well “just friends” don’t steal secret glances at each other. “Just friends” don’t get jealous when the other one talks about someone else. “Just friends” don’t get butterflies from each other. “Just friends” don’t hold each other like that.
“Just friends?