Sexist Vintage Captain Morgan Ad Flashback: When "My Place or Yours?" Seemed Too Subtle April 22, 2009 by POPSUGAR Sex & Culture 13 Save 0 Favorite 0 Source Advertising HumorFlashbackSexismCaptain MorganAdrageous Tell your friends Link Love How to re-create a Friends-style Thanksgiving in GIFs The FriskyWhat guys really think of spending time with your family — YourTango11 things everyone should know about virginity culture — HuffPost Women"I regret not cheating on my boyfriend" — CosmopolitanHow to meet your next date on an airplane — HowAboutWe23 inspirational quotes that will put a little happiness in your day — College CandyDoes being girlie mean you won't be taken seriously at work? — HelloGiggles7 tips for safer online dating — xoJane6 ways to seduce your husband — Em & LoGuess which '90s toy is making a comeback?! — POPSUGAR Tech 13 Comments Sign in to leave a comment Sign in with your account Don't have an account? Create one now! elizabethsosewn 4 years i think kty, and oohsexypenguin i would combine your two suggestions, start laughing so hard that.. OOPS! did i just spill my drink all over you? i'm so sorry. why don't i go get a paper towel from the ladies room (and never return) oohsexypenguin 4 years I would probably just laugh reeeeeally hard and walk away if this happened to me. It's way too funny to take seriously/be offended by. kty 4 years if a guy says that to me i'll just pour out my drinks on his face POPSUGAR Sex & Culture 4 years Actually, it sounds like something that WOULD happen to me! margokhal 4 years Lol, absolutely *no* game, Tres. That, or he's an alcoholic...I mean, what if you were just waiting in line at Starbucks for coffee one morning, and some dude with a liquor bottle comes up to you and says "Yo-Ho-Ho! I've got Captain Morgan, come to my house"??? That dude is a whack job, for real. wackdoodle 4 years I can not take credit for the saying "gentlemen's pieces". I was watching BBC last month and I think on Top Gear one of the hosts used that term when the body part that a motorcycle had hit on his co-host. "He was struck in his gentlemen's pieces" is what the host said. I fell out laughing. Usually in my family we say "package". He was struck in his package by a wild dog. But "gentlemen's pieces" sounds so refined. Use it in good health Tres POPSUGAR Beauty 4 years I was just gonna say, Wackdoodle, you are hilarious. fuzzles 4 years Nuts attached to the forehead with a nail gun. Symphonee 4 years He would have that bottle shoved up Davey Jones locker with a sorry line like that. POPSUGAR Sex & Culture 4 years A guy who has no game, margokhal? :ROTFL: "Pie hole" and "gentlemen's pieces," wackdoodle, are getting scribbled into my writer's notebook pronto. margokhal 4 years If a guy comes up to me and says "Yo-Ho-Ho" ANYWHERE, I'd be offended. Who *carries around* a bottle of liquor as a prop to get laid? That seems REALLY lame. wackdoodle 4 years A dude comes up to me and says "Yo ho ho." He's getting a flying fist to his pie hole. And possibly a kick to his gentlemen's pieces. tlsgirl 4 years "When she comes back for more, tell her about the Captain Morgan you keep at home." Oh dear lord, now that's classy. You Might Also Like Sex Sep 17, 2010 Love and Loss: Virginity Poll Results Bikini Jan 08, 2010 Ashley Credits Twilight For Beach Bod, Bradley Skinny-Dips, & Teri's Striptease Sex Jan 22, 2007 Sperm Facts Every Woman Should Know decor shopping Jul 30, 2012 16 Stellar Summer Sales to Hit Now!