Each year there are Super Bowl commercials that cause conversation and controversy. This year an unexpected advertiser delivered an ad that was much too sexy for primetime television. PETA took their love and appreciation for veggies to a completely different level, rivaling some of Victoria’s Secret’s commercials for skimpiest ensembles and seductive production.
This ad features several luscious ladies decked out in garter belts, lacey panties and thigh-high stockings that will make just about any male’s jaw drop! To much surprise, it wasn’t naughty negligee that the ad was aiming to promote. They were pushing their love of greens! NBC rejected the ad because of its sexual intensity, but there were several other ads that were naughty in nature.
What do you think about this ad? Is PETA stepping up their game by using sex appeal to captivate a new crowd? Was this a desperate, pathetic effort to snag some extra attention?
You be the judge! Let us know what you think of this ad and whether or not it was worse than some of the other companies that use sex to sell their products! Was this commercial really worse than the GoDaddy ads that are plastered all over television screens year round?
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