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Thursday, January 29, 2009

Sexy Veggies

NBC has refused to air a PETA advertisement during the SuperBowl, saying that it is too racy for their standards. What do you think? Is it too sexy for broadcast television?:


'Veggie Love': PETA's Banned Super Bowl Ad


I'm not a vegetarian and I don't really care one way or the other about PETA, but I think there have been sexier ads on television. But if NBC doesn't want PETA's money, that's their problem. Besides, PETA is getting more out of the "controversy" than if it had actually aired on television.


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5 comments:

sandy shoes said...

Yeah... I've seen sexier things on TV. But the Super Bowl is a kid thing, too. I dunno.

Those PETA people are out of their gourds. Have you seen the "naked women in cages" thing they do? Nothing like substituting misogyny for cruelty to animals. Oy.

flyinfox-satx said...

OK, I am convinced...Peta is stretching now. They have run out of ideas and are sinking to everyone else's level. I love it.

TUG said...

Yeah, I've seen sexier. I think it's probably the inuendos are more in your face with this commercial. I never knew veggies were such a turn on for women, sheesh!

Vixen said...

Hahahaha!!!! I FUCKING LOVE THAT. That rocks.

Although I *Hate* PETA. They are a bunch of extremists. But I do love that commercial. And pffbbtt! No. That's not too 'risque' for tv but I can see the network not wanting to take PETA's money.

BUT on the other hand....isn't that kind of censorship? *shrug*

Project Christopher said...

I think they're (NBC) over-worried since the Superbowl "costume malfunction" that caused such a scandal. oh well, instead of the Bible thumpers getting their flaxen knickers in a bunch over it being aired once, now it will be aired again and again and again and again....