Why Jewelry Commercials are Made for Men | Drew Barth | Dry Bar Comedy

Why Jewelry Commercials are Made for Men | Drew Barth | Dry Bar Comedy


I know a lot of people feel pressure to get married. We didn’t really feel much pressure the only pressure I actually felt was when I actually went to go shop for the engagement ring Because I’ve never been engagement ring shopping before the last time I even got a little bit close I ended up getting in a fight with a girl I was dating It was not even over buying the jewel… It was just a jewelry commercial. We saw on TV We were in kind of that weird sort of where’s this going kind of place And then we were sitting on the couch watching TV, and one of those De Beers diamond commercials came on And it used to end with [Announcer voice] A diamond is forever And the girl I was dating looked over at me, and she’s was like you know, a diamond is forever. I was like I know. So is styrofoam actually, [audience claps, whoos] Why are you crying hold on a second, I’m just saying it’s a lot cheaper and then you never lose your ring in the pool think about that just a boat key chain or just float I feel so sorry for guys when I see some of these jewelry commercials because I know that they’re targeted just towards guys and not towards women. There are commercials that come on like during a football game and the guys like oh that. Oh. That must be what she wants I’ll get her one of those, that open-heart whale-tail necklace thing that Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman is selling. I don’t know I don’t know if it’s a keychain or what but I’ll bet she’ll like it. The pandora bracelet, the, with the little charms on it where there’s a woman at the party you can tell so much about my life by looking at my bracelet Look at this, see you can tell I’ve been to Paris, there’s the Eiffel Tower And I like horses ’cause there’s a horse here and here’s a bottle of wine ’cause I’m bad at forming interpersonal relationships With that ad for the Levian chocolate diamonds You can’t tell me that some dude didn’t get a bonus that year ’cause I guarantee you They were sitting around a big boardroom meeting, and they were like all right item number 1 What do we do with all the ugly brown diamonds? And one dude in the back was like “ladies love chocolate!” They’re like woah where did that come from? Is that Phil? Alright Phil gets a Lexus this year, good for you Phil Actually, even Lexus does a commercial that feels like one of those Over-the-top jewelry ads they do it every year around Christmas time for their big December to remember. The big year-end event, they have a car in the driveway with a big bow on top of it in the commercial Husband and wife out there: “Merry Christmas!” “Oh it’s a car!” “Thank-ohh!” That’s cool I wish just once they would zoom in on the house to show the kids in the windows being like well guess I’m not getting that bike this year That’s not good dad messed up. I told you this isn’t good for us, so I Was getting out of this one. Subscribe to dry bar comedy for even more of the world’s largest collection of clean comedy

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  1. I know this here is a DryBar but I'm listening to him all baked and he is hilarious!! people are not laughing and I am just rolling around on the floor this guy is so funny man!!!!

  2. I love this guy!!!! 😂😂😂😂 and yeah! I love those Lexus commericals. Like, everything is so perfect, the snow, the xmas music and the beautiful big bow on top of the car. 😍😍😍😍 I love it!!! Lol excuse me as I fantasize.

  3. Dark, dark blue sapphires = 20 years ago were corundum sandpaper. Basically still are faceted sandpaper in a setting.

  4. My father in law was in jewelry his whole life, and yes brown diamonds are considered the least desirable. Whoever figured out to call them "chocolate" was a brilliant marketer.

  5. I love the comedy! This guy is amazing! I feel bad though. He got hit by a car and while he is doing better now, the medical bills were quite large and hard to manage. I wish him luck and hope to hear more of him.

  6. I read that Drew Barth has a terrible accident in Feb. 2018 by an uninsured driver.   Friends set up a GoFundMe page for him to help cover medical expenses.   If you can donate anything, please go to:  @t     Thank you!

  7. I tried to go jewelry shopping…I suck at it.

    I bought her a necklace and earring set with her birthstone…

    She hates dangling earrings…

    Oops

  8. I gotta say, those commercials really make a lot of women uncomfortable too. I'd never ask my fiance to spend tons of money on me. I'd rather we do stuff together.

  9. Graphite is more stable than diamond despite being the same material, carbon.
    So, get her a sack of graphite, she'll never forget it.
    Neither will you.

  10. Too bad! I didn't get the jokes ( I'm not a diamond fan, plus I'm from a poor country ) so I have no idea what this is all about

  11. Drew,lately I have been watching comedy show a lot but I have difficulty in understanding your accent.

  12. Drew,lately I have been watching comedy show a lot but I have difficulty in understanding your accent.

  13. Pandora is actually what ended one of my relationships. It sounds petty, but if you knew my ex it was a long time coming, Pandora is just the straw that broke the camels back.
    Any way. It's Christmas, and I said we shouldnt do anything speshel, just watch a movie and dinner. But he got a Pandora charm for of my birthstone and at first I was all like "aw, how sweet" then I realized it was the September birthstone.
    I was born in December.
    And then we actually got in a fight because he acused me of lying about being born in December.

  14. Me: gets two rings

    My girlfriend: gets two rings

    My girlfriend and I's boyfriend: gets two rings

    Us: gets two rings each on accident

  15. Omg, those chocolate diamonds are ugly, and I'm always hoping guys don't fall for that commercial. I've never heard any woman say she wants a brown diamond. I also don't get the charm bracelet thing either. That always seemed like something that little girls wear.

  16. Actually earlier commercials when it all started was targeting women. Back in the day nobody needed diamonds. People wanted TVs and dishwashers.

  17. Women gets engaged.
    Doesn’t spend the next month bragging about her love for her man.
    Brags about the size and cost of the ring.
    Materialistic and superficial

  18. When I got asked, "Where is this going?"
    I repied, "It's GONE, we are done."
    My position is that the woman can pick out the most expensive diamond, as long as SHE can afford to pay for it. I'm not even buying a dinner.
    There is NO BENEFIT for a man to get married.

  19. Did not know what the chocolate diamond was until now… I'm hearing it's less preferable, but really? It's a diamond 💎, what's the difference?

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