Your mother sucks what where?!
(H/T @zizzyphus & seakat)
(H/T @zizzyphus & seakat)
Aside from that fact that it is utterly ridiculous that whoever squeezed out this turd thinks diet soda has to be called “MAX” or “EXXXTREME” lest guys feel too “gay” drinking it, this ad is lazy, stupid, and ultimately offensive. I get that companies market to black people, so fine: I don’t care about the angry black harpy stereotype about black women, or the “my woman thinks i can’t do anything right” stereotype about black men (all men, really). It was the “black man’s carnal lust for the white girl” stereotype that carried this commercial from stupid to downright offensive. I mean, would it have been so hard to pick a girl of any other race?
Good thing I prefer Coke. (click here for eye candy)
1 It’s not my punniest effort, but hey — what can I say? I got a new TV and its wonderment has sapped me of all everything.
This made me giggle:
Now that’s a fish sandwich you can believe in.
I’m sure the YewTewbz comments will erupt into a game of racist/not racist, but hey — at least it wasn’t an advert for fried watermelon, MIRITE?
So whaddya reckon? (take the poll!)
I’m watching Seinfeld and just saw this commercial. Of course, I immediately hit the YewTewbz.
So, here’s a new commercial for the Lincoln MKX1 featuring Paradise Circus, one of my favorite songs this year (actually one of my favorite remixes (Gui Boratto’s, to be precise) of one of my favorite songs), and Mad Men‘s John Slattery.
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This one hits a little too close to home. You see, my father, who is currently in Arizona likely fighting coyotes with his trusty umbrella, taught at University of Pennsylvania for almost twenty years. He’s kind of a big deal. He has many leather bound books. Accordingly, one would think that Penn would have consulted him… or somedamnbody… before allowing this Little Shoppe of Pedophilic Horrors to launch:
Wow, really? REALLY? It is 2010 and some asshats at an advertising agency actually greenlit this ad campaign which suggests that a clean vagina is most important for confidence at work? Who the…?? What the…?? Why the…?? How the…?? Where the fuck?!?!
This ad campaign is so unbelievably sexist — so utterly ridonkulous — that I figured it must be a joke. I mean, Summer’s Eve cannot possibly be suggesting that a woman’s stinky vagine may be preventing her from grabbing that brass ring. Not in 2010. Maybe in the 1950s. But not in 2010.
Well, it’s not a joke.
Here it is. Read it, weep, and then go clean your vagina:
Just so we’re clear, here’s how you can be better equipped to ask your boss for a raise:
Yesterday, as I was driving back from the East Meets West Pro-Am Pole Dancing Competition, which my friend Natasha won because she is exactly awesome, I drove by a billboard that shocked, awed, and horrified me (in that order):1
This was my reaction: