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Friday, January 16, 2009

Super Bowl refuses ad for extramarital hook-ups

Apparently those paragons of virtue at the Super Bowl have refused an advertisement from Ashley Madison, a website that assists married folks with hooking up with other married folks (and not the ones to whom they are married). You mean the NFL has standards?

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12 comments:

craig andrew said...

Who would have thunk? Unfortunately, it not done out of virtue, but fear. Which makes them more pathetic than if the did run the add, me thinks. C:)

joeflirt said...

Remember, GoDaddy.com has already had ads refused for the SuperBowl as well... but it is generally the network and the the NFL that approves/Rejects the ads.

just bob said...

Football players never cheat on their wives/girlfriends. Conversely, the wives/girlfriends are always faithful in return too.

FTN said...

That doesn't really surprise me in the least -- the NFL, as a business, has nothing to gain by running it. Simple business decision.

At first glance I thought they rejected a commercial, and I thought "Where on earth would a website like that get that kind of cash?" But it turns out is was for an ad in the game program booklet.

aphron said...

Of professional leagues, the NFL does a pretty good job of working to maintain its image. It may be kind of hypocritical to not run the add, when NFL players are...well...being human (read: stupid).

TROLL said...

I think they made the right decision IF a decision was actually made. I have some doubt that these heathens made a serious attempt to purchase ad space.

Sounds like an attempt to get free publicity via the blogosphere and the inner-nets to me.

wordsnguitars said...

ok, I could see if the ad had a player in it maybe... *lol* but seriously, in these rougher economic times... I'm just wondering how good the ol' AM business is (certainly good if you judge by AM-related blog count) to afford the price of 30 Super seconds...

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Allan said...

It is rather interesting that CBS shut down Ashley Madison, yet they support spousal abuse by tolerating Charlie Sheen. Anyway, forget stupid SB commercials - see the game live!!!!

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