Football And Veggie Love Don’t Mix JT January 28, 2009 Advertising, Interesting 4 Comments Leading up to the Super Bowl, there is usually buzz associated with certain ads, ones that companies hope will make a big splash during the game for whatever product/agenda they are pushing. However, some ads don’t even need to make the air to hit their mark. One example is the now infamous PETA ad, which has been rejected by NBC.Â This pro-vegetarian campaign has the tag line â€œStudies Show Vegetarians Have Better Sex,” and shows models doing all kinds of interesting things with vegetables, no, not that interesting. There is fondling of broccoli, licking of pumpkins, the making of a vegetable gumbo in a hot tub – you get the idea. See for yourself: ‘Veggie Love’: PETA’s Banned Super Bowl Ad â€¦And I thought I loved vegetables. While I think PETA is usually beyond bonkers, I think this campaign hits its mark, and certainly spices up the whole pro-vegetarian movement. I guess this means I am going to put off my purchase of the Meat Bikini, at least for now. (If only we could find a way to pair these two squads up, Lingerie Bowl-style. Imagine the passion on both sides! Now that’s better than Cardinals/Steelers.) H/t to Access Hollywood (!) for the top pic. The following two tabs change content below.BioLatest Posts JT Latest posts by JT (see all) Starbucks Enters New Beverage Territory - August 1, 2013 Dole’s Banana Dippers Look Promising - July 7, 2013 Time For Summer Food - June 20, 2013 4 Responses MF January 29th, 2009 Dig the blog! It got me thinking about what meat would make the sexiest clothing. I’m thinking prosciutto. Reply ratbuddy January 29th, 2009 Hmm, the PETA chicks are way hotter. The meat bikini women(?) look like trannys.. Reply Brian January 30th, 2009 That asparagus lover is such a tramp! Reply Hillary February 6th, 2009 Eww this all originated from the bacon bra didn’t it. Funny but sick. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website Comment Current ye@r * Leave this field empty Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.