168 – 3. If you were watching a sports game, this would be considered an upset. If those numbers were an election result, it’d become abundantly clear that no one liked the second candidate. But – whew, thank heaven – those are only the amount of mentions of mom versus dad on Lysol’s website.
You’re obviously tired of 8BitDad muck-raking through websites and trying to squint hard enough to find a bias against fathers. But with a 168-3 ratio, it’s hard to say that Lysol is embracing fathers in the home.
Clearly, Lysol doesn’t like “the second candidate.”