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Men: Old Navy Says Don't Dress Like a "Corporado" or a "Supar Tool"

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Old Navy's created a new under-the-radar viral ad campaign to save guys from falling victim to tragic fashion trends. Say hello to Corporado and Supar Tool, two fake clothing brands that Old Navy's commissioned ad agency Camp + King to develop faux-campaigns for.

"The ads tear a new asshole out of two douchey mainstream aesthetics," writes AdRants, "the Eurotrash vampire metrosexual and the cowboy complex."

Check out the Corporado commercial after the jump. Do you know guys who dress like this? We sure do.

· Because guys should dress like guys, not that guy [AdRants]