Which has nothing to do with looking like this, because honestly, most females do not care about physical looks:
Every Super Bowl brings with it a few commercials that cross the line into sexism and even outright misogyny. There was Dexter’s Dodge commercial a few years ago, as well as every Go Daddy ad ever. I’m not sure why some companies think it’s in their interest to potentially alienate the half of the money-spending population that doesn’t have a penis, but hey: Nobody’s asking me to run their Fortune 500 company either.
Rapey? Sure. Here’s what we know about the kiss in this commercial, based entirely on the information given us onscreen:
• The young woman who receives the kiss chose to be at prom with someone else.
• Our “hero” forcibly turns her around and jams his mouth to hers almost before she can identify him, and certainly without any permission being sought or given. What’s more, this is a demonstration of his new, Audi-fueled power.
• He leaves prom without her—suggesting that she still chooses to be at prom with somebody else.
Does she smile? Sure. It’s a commercial. It’s supposed to be fun, for dudes at least. Just understand in real life, such behavior is more likely to get you prosecuted than to win you the heart of the prom queen.
I didn't even know that was a word! "Ladies, you might want to steer clear of Bob today . . . he says he's feeling a little rapey."
I am guessing Mathis doesn't make it to the movies much, where this comic twist is in many a feel-good, light-hearted romance.