People are pretty angry with high-end retailer Bloomingdale's after the store ran an ad that encourages men to "spike your best friend's eggnog when they're not looking" at a party. Imgur / Via imgur.com The ad, in a recent holiday catalog for the chain, features a well-dressed man staring at a woman who doesn't appear to notice him. The man arches his eyebrow as he glares at the woman. Imgur / Via imgur.com The ad began to circulate on social media on Wednesday, and the full ad was posted to Imgur, above.It then began to be picked up by media outlets like Tech Insider. People were pretty outraged at what the ad seemed to be implying... Geek Girl Diva @geekgirldiva Ohhhh ouch. Um, @Bloomingdales, do we need to have the talk about consensual sex again? https://t.co/jdhm1uoq8n 03:41 PM - 11 Nov 2015 Reply Retweet Favorite And pretty quickly came to the conclusion the ad was describing date rape. Andy Barr @10Yetis Oh, Bloomingdales... a few things are a bit non-lol, date rape being one! via @scottsalter2 https://t.co/U0sLWwTnCT 03:35 PM - 11 Nov 2015 Reply Retweet Favorite Advertisement "Here's Bloomingdale's advertising festive date rape and non-consensual drug abuse to sell fashion. Stay classy," one Twitter user said. Jack Monroe @DrJackMonroe Also the 'short skirt and date rape' trope reinforced in glossy ads @Bloomingdales. Hit em where it hurts folks. 02:54 PM - 11 Nov 2015 Reply Retweet Favorite A lot of people were really confused about how this ad was ever approved. David Robson @DrRobson How many people were involved in developing and approving the #Bloomingdales ad? https://t.co/AEfquZ12kU 03:34 PM - 11 Nov 2015 Reply Retweet Favorite Like seriously, who thought this was OK? Jim Roberts @nycjim Someone at Bloomingdale’s thought this ad was smart. I assume that person has been fired. https://t.co/VrxfDfSGQI 05:00 AM - 11 Nov 2015 Reply Retweet Favorite There's no way this person still has a job, right? Sunshine @Sunshine______ Sadly, not a spoof. I hear a marketing position is open at #Bloomingdales - if you can't see why, we should talk. 03:17 PM - 11 Nov 2015 Reply Retweet Favorite Advertisement As the ad began to draw more and more outrage online, Bloomingdale's apologized on its Twitter page. Bloomingdale's @Bloomingdales We heard your feedback about our catalog copy, which was inappropriate and in poor taste. Bloomingdale's sincerely apologizes. 11:02 PM - 10 Nov 2015 Reply Retweet Favorite "We heard your feedback about our catalog copy, which was inappropriate and in poor taste. Bloomingdale's sincerely apologizes," the store said.A spokesperson for the store told BuzzFeed News the retailer had no further comment besides the statement on Twitter. But some people online said the apology wasn't enough. Some suggested Bloomingdale's donate some of its proceeds from the holiday season to an organization that helps sexual assault victims. TeenLibrarianToolbox @TLT16 But will @Bloomingdales donate a portion of its holiday profits to @RAINN01 ?? It should! https://t.co/9XQrhwMJrY 03:42 PM - 11 Nov 2015 Reply Retweet Favorite "Bloomingdale's, if you're genuinely sorry, donate profits to a rape crisis centre," this user wrote. Vicki Lamb @vix_lamb @Bloomingdales if you're genuinely sorry, donate profits to a rape crisis centre. 02:53 PM - 11 Nov 2015 Reply Retweet Favorite Share On facebook Share On facebook Share On vk Share On vk Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On lineapp Share On lineapp Share On twitter Share On twitter Share On email Share On email Share On sms Share On sms Share On whatsapp Share On whatsapp Share On more Share On more Share On tumblr Share On tumblr Share On link Share On link Share On copy Share On copy Omg It's Prime Day!