The ones that paint the white, dumb dad as being too clueless to use his cell phone, drive a car, make popcorn, you name it. Hahahahahahahaha, dad is such an idiot!
While I'm happy to see Clorox pulled this from their website, it never should have been there in the first place.
I get that in today's uber-PC world, the only target advertisers can make fun of are middle-aged white guys. Poke fun at a black guy? Lawsuit. Make fun of a woman? Misogynist. Who's left? white guy.
Smarten up, advertising agencies.
Middle-aged white guy dad is a large portion of the population out there. I get that you know we are too busy working, and paying the bills to come protest in front of your corporate headquarters, but please consider this: my daughter is watching when you portray dads as bumbling fools.
She knows I can operate a car, dial my phone, play a DVD, pop a load of laundry in the wash, iron a shirt, and somehow manage to do them all without setting the house on fire. She knows Daddy can fix anything, is pretty handy with tools, always fixes Mom's computer, and can download stuff to her iPad.
But not all daughters have a positive male role model like my daughter does. Please stop showing them over and over and over how stupid men are.
They may not have the same filter "skills" as you super-clever ad execs have.