Osama Bin Laden Becomes New Spokesmodel For 'Just For Men'

Funny story written by Andrew Lawrence

Sunday, 9 September 2007

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(Hollywood) - Terrorist and Al Queda leader, Osama Bin Laden, has inked a deal to be the new spokesmodel for the popular hair coloring company, Just For Men.

Appearing in his first videotaped TV spot for the company Bin Laden sported a jet black beard. In a split screen Before and After image, in the Before picture Bin Laden's facial hair was graying. After using Just For Men, Bin Laden's beard was completely black and natural looking, making him look virile and 10 years younger. Osama stated, through an interpreter, "When it comes to hair, black is back".

In the video, Bin Laden urged his fellow jihadists to "go Hollywood" and lose the gray. He also berated male Democrats in America for not using Just For Men to look more youthful while surrendering to Islam.

A spokesperson for Just For Men issued a statement thanking Bin Laden for promoting their hair care product to middle aged men and senior citizens worldwide via the videotaped ads, which are disguised to look and sound like terrorist messages.

Sales of Just For Men skyrocketed as a result of the campaign starring the much hated, much loved terrorist (depending on your political beliefs). The ad campaign has also been lauded by marketing and advertising experts as "ingenious", "innovative" and "delightful".

As for the public, can we all look forward to more Just For Men ads featuring the world's most wanted terrorist? You betcha.

copyright 2007 Andrew Lawrence

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