Lynx admits deoderant is not chick magnet

Written by Lara Bruton

Friday, 24 September 2010

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"Wearing our product does not result in women following you": Smith

In a controversial press conference today, CEO of Lynx deodorant, Hubert Smith, confessed that his product would not guarantee multitudes of women.

This admission comes after pending class action law suits against the company by hundreds of women-less Lynx deodorant users.

"We must come clean in our claims' Smith said 'wearing our product does not result in smitten women following you."

Thomas Patterson, 26, feels better now the admission is out in the open.

"All along I knew this was baloney' he said 'I mean...52 cans later and not a single woman? You know something's wrong there."

Smith has yet to confirm the latest advertising boom, stating that Lynx allows you to skydive without a parachute and walk on water.

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