Since the the poster of this myTake is incapable of someone challenging their ideas, I've decided to write a response take. I've been blocked so it seems as though they've bested me with their "clever" remark but I'm unable to respond to the thread so here's my own.
The orginal take is here: http://www.girlsaskguys.com/fashion-style/a22326-dating-makeup-false-advertisement-or-not and you can see my comment plus their response.
Essentially they claim women wearing makeup is not false advertising which in fact it is. Their idea was that commercials advertise the best looking cheese burger and even though you know the cheeseburger won't look like that in real life you aren't stopped from buying it in store. You still give that burger a chance because it's a really great burger on the inside. So by their logic if you see a woman with a face full of makeup, it is your fault if you do not realize she won't look as good without it and you should be satisfied with whatever you end up with. This was my response to the Take:
"So if I put up an ad on Craig's list stating I have a 2015 shiny red corvette for sale and someone shows up and in reality I'm selling a 2002 rusted blue honda, and my excuse is I needed to attract you first in order for you to give it try because it's a really great car, it's really reliable and you'd be quite happy with it. Does that man not have the right to be infuriated and completely turned off to what this car really looks like? Does he not reserve the right to walk away from something he wasn't expecting? Was that not false advertising even though I had 'good intentions'? Because the blue honda on it's own is just great, and if I would've been honest in the first place then I would've found the right buyer for my honda, not the right buyer for a corvette."
The fact remains if you lure people in with the idea of something being one way when in reality it is another, you don't have the right to get mad when they don't want you anymore. If you were honest from the beginning instead of attracting the guy who's right for the corvette, you'd attract the guy that's right for your honda, and both you and the buyer would be much happier. Apparently that's not a good enough comparison as people and cars are different, so I'm guessing people must not be that different from cheese burgers because clearly that was gold. -__-