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Michaela Daugherty Writing 121 Assignment 1 M-W-F 200pm HIDDEN BEHIND CLOSED DOORS Every day of their hectic week women all over the world are being summoned to a dark dreary dungeon Women of all ages race creed or economic status are not immune to this fear We as women must all endure this torture Where would you find this dungeon women descend to virtually 365 days a year The answer will surprise you since the majority of women find these dungeons in their own homes Builders call these darkened walls a laundry room How can we as women change these dark walls into bright and cheerful rooms We look to the advertisements in our local magazines for help In a recent publication of Family Circle magazine the advertisers of Clorox 2 Bleach-Free have chosen to use vibrant colors two animated laundry bottles and bold print to erase the idea that doing laundry needs to be a dark and lonely chore The top two-thirds of this advertisement depicts a white washing machine with a white tiled back splash faded softly into the background Also faded into the background a bouquet of pink flowers with green leaves which decorates the upper right hand corner of the ad The advertisers hope your subscious will pick up these props But the main focus of this ad for your Conscience are two life-like laundry bottles On top of the faded washing machine is a neatly stack of brightly colored clothes With the suns reflection shining upon these two bottles the reader is given the impression a laundry room does not need to reflect a dark dungeon These vibrant colored laundry bottles seem very cheerful with smiling faces and raised eyebrows Each displays its own individual packaging labels The two bottles are apparently engaged in a pleasant conversation The laundry bottle on the left Ultra Clorox 2 having the vibrant
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