Man Titty Sells… Hearing Aids?

Bitchery reader Zaza sent me a link to a hearing aid site that is using some seriously fine looking man-titty in its advertisement. Because nothing says hearing aid like man-titty, right? Seems the company sent her a postcard of the man-titty hotness, and she went to the website to check it out. That would be a slam-dunk in the junk mail department. If word gets out, there’s going to be fine man-titty everywhere. What a shame.

Are you ready for some links already? Audéo is using a rather innovative and dare I say pleasant to look at advertisement set to spread the word about its new hearing device.

This would be the gentleman who captured Zaza’s interest. Can’t say I blame her.

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  1. 1
    djh says:

    For some reason the tattoos just ruin it for me…

  2. 2
    Teddy Pig says:

    The tats are the best part. I’d tweak his nipples.

  3. 3
    --E says:

    I hope this trend takes off!

    I think the (unexpected) success of 300 has clued advertisers to the fact that lots of women like to look at hot men, and this can be a selling point of a product.

  4. 4
    Stephanie says:

    It’s a hearing aid? I’ve been seeing these ads and just assumed it was some high end gadget for men lacking shirts. Huh.

  5. 5
    L Violet says:

    No offense to no-doubt very nice man doing the modeling, but…eww.

    As a human being, I wouldn’t shun him, but as eye candy, he’s canned spinach.

    Odd marketing. I’ll bet the biggest hearing aid consumers are older people—and I can’t imagine that this guy appeals to that demographic.

  6. 6
    April says:

    They must be trying to sell hearing aids to people like me. I can’t hear worth a damn, and I’m still young enough to have my eye caught by stray man titty.

  7. 7
    plainjane says:

    Hot damn!  That guy got me all befuddled here at my desk at work.
    After looking at their “Audeo People” section, I think what they’re trying to do here is break that stereotype that only old people wear hearing aids.  (i.e., the ex-punk rocker woman who probably ruined her hearing from too many Social Distortion concerts.)
    TeddyPig, I’d tweak those nipples too. :D
    April, your blog cracked me up.  I’m always hearing the wrong words which make absolutely no sense.

  8. 8
    Rosemary says:

    Oh, man.  I love a tatted up guy.  L-O-V-E.

    I’d let him touch it.

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    karibelle says:

    Yummy.  I’d let him do more than just touch it.  It might be difficult to remember to keep my tounge out of his ear, but I am willing to make sacrifices ;)

  10. 10
    Tracy says:

    Since the ad says he wears the hearing aid, I’d have to agree with April that the ads are geared at younger people that NEED the hearing aid, but don’t want to wear one b/c they “are for old people”.  I mean, if that guy with the man titty wears one, it can’t be all bad right?!

  11. 11
    Tracy says:

    regarding Tats: on this guy they work. If my hubby ever got a tattoo, I would not be able to stop laughing. LOL It just would NOT work for him.

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    Ann Aguirre says:

    Yep, they’re aiming for a slightly younger market. This ad dovetails nicely with the post about romances for people who have some kind of physical problem (deafness qualifies, right?)

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    KCfla says:

    They are definately going for the younger market in these ads. Which is a cool thing.
    And I have no problems with the tats, but like Tracy above- if my hubby came home with one I’d probably need Depends ( from laughing too hard all the time ) than a hearing aid!

    deal35? Oh yea- I’d deal with him alright ;-)

  14. 14
    Lauren says:

    I think there should be a month where everything is advertised via Man Titty. ManTitty-ember?

    Speaking of Man Titty, will there be some cover fug goodness today? Tis Tuesday.

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    shaina says:

    i showed this to my guy-crazy roomie and she was like, SEND ME THE LINK! and i said, but it’s an ad for hearing aids! and she said she didnt care, just send her the link. :-D
    i agree with teddy pig, the tats make him all the hotter.

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    adler says:

    Dude.  I’m an archaeologist.  How come I don’t have any colleagues who look like this?

  17. 17
    kis says:

    Is it totally lame that I find his receding hairline kind of…hot?

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    Chrissy says:

    I’m deaf in one ear so they’ve always dismissed the idea of a hearing aid.  I get by without anything extra.

    But I’d probably buy on off him.  He’s not even my type, really, just very appealing in an edgy way.

    Do I even have a type???  No two people I have ever been with seem in any way similar to me.


  19. 19
    Elizabeth says:

    Yeah, I definitely agree with Tracy. This guy can work the tats (hot!) but if my fiancee showed up at the airport with one I’d probably laugh myself sick.

    The guy with the black eye is awesome. I cracked up.

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    zaza says:

    Hot, yes.  I bet Josh Wald will still look this good 20 years from now.  Heck, I’ll take him now.  No waiting.  But, yes, I was rather shocked to see boobs staring at me from a post card – it was stuck partly between two envelopes, and that was all that showed.  But I’m quite happy with that kind of junk mail.

    Makes me want to go dig in the dirt, or something.  Wonder if he needs an assistant.

  21. 21
    Rachel B. says:

    An orthopedic surgeon and a rugby flanker? And a bee-keeper? Really? Guy #3 just makes me think that Weird Al Yankovic is gonna pop out of my computer singing Everything You Know is Wrong.

    Okay, but the archeologist is HAWT. Plus, I admire how he can just keep on smiling, in spite of how cold that room clearly is.

    And yes—that receding hairline IS kinda sexy. I know that those short hairs there will have a soft, delicious texture that makes a gal want to linger.

    My only problem with this fellow is his half-hearted chest hair. Why is it present, yet so very scrawny? Is he halfway between waxings? Is that actually chest stubble? I’ve seen a whole lotta men’s chests in my MT practice, but I’ve never seen this weird, wispy thing he’s got. It’s intriguing. I wish to touch it!

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    desertwillow says:

    Bitchin’ tats!

  23. 23
    mandylo says:

    I am a sucker for a man in tats! My husband has a few. And he does let me tweak his nipples!

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    Wry Hag says:

    Gotta say he doesn’t do it for me…what with all that weirdness going on across his chest, topped by a face I don’t find in the least bit appealing or arresting (nicely enigmatic smile, though).  However, were I in my seventies and in need of a hearing device or fantasy, I might pay attention.

    Tats? Meh.  I’ve always much preferred lovely skin and hair, showing themselves off to advantage via Mo’ Nature’s unadorned way.

  25. 25

    I’ve seen these ads before, and for my money it’s an effective and innovative ad campaign.  And I like the bee dude.

  26. 26
    Teddy Pig says:

    Oh Wry Hag,

    You have not lived till you have done a guy with his dick tattooed.
    Yep, he had 9 and a half inches and he obviously was a firm believer in truth in advertising.

  27. 27
    Teddy Pig says:

    The tat on his dick was a ruler.

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    Estelle Chauvelin says:

    Kis, it’s probably less lame than the fact that I didn’t even look at the link until seeing your comment.  Apparently I ignore man-titty links but can’t pass up a receding hairline.

  29. 29
    Wry Hag says:

    Teddy, you’ve outed me. I have not lived.

    I’m guessing that before a man gets his schlong tattooed, he first has to grow his balls.  Am I right?

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    Claudia says:

    I’ve always expected a surge of early hearing impairment among GenX (W too?) and later because of loud music.

    I endured a week of pain and ringing after standing near a speaker at concert, but I know so many folk that play their music loud enough to rattle cars or make songs scream from their headphones.

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