Monday, February 2, 2009

Sexy Veggies

Have you seen PETA's latest commercial? You know, the one that was banned by the people who decide which commericals get to be played during the Super Bowl. Well, if you haven't seen it, check it out:

Sexy Veggies

I'm not sure what to think about this video? Am I glad it wasn't shown during the Super Bowl? Well, it couldn't have been any worse than the other commericals (am I the only one who thought they were "less than" this year?). But, I'm glad little eyes didn't have to be exposed to the provacative material.

What do you think about the commerical? Does it get the point across? Or is it just another way to portray food in the raunchy Paris Hilton way?

Let's go a little deeper: what do you think of PETA's stance againt meat?


Anonymous said...

I sure dont agree with PETA, simply because how do they think our ancestors ate? I thought the commerical was way over the top. My husband runs a butcher shop and might I say business is good. :)

Anonymous said...

PETA is very disturbing to me. This commerical was just sick. I happy that it was banned from the super bowl. I wouldn't want my children to see that crap. If they have to go that low to add sex into it then they are really reaching. Meat is always good and I don't know how I would live without it!

Canoncowgirl said...

I find it offensive and not because of the provocative content of the commercial. It costs quite a bit of money to produce an ad like that, and MILLIONS to have it played during the super bowl. If PETA spent HALF of the money they spend on objectifying women, absurd stunts and gala parties on actually SAVING ANIMALS they might actually do some good. As is their "shelter" has a 97% kill rate...because they claim that there "just isn't enough money" to save them all. Makes me mad enough to spit just thinking about it. >:(

Anonymous said...

That is by far the most retarded thing I have ever seen.
Not only to I hate PETA and LOVE eating meat.... but that would have been the worst commercial of the super bowl, hands down had it been allowed.

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