http://espn.go.com/page2/s/superbowl/sex.html, http://www.peta.org/content/standalone/VeggieLove/Default.aspx?c=pbsaec09

www.sexwithsue.com, www.solveprematureejaculation.net, www.schoolofsquirting.com

Football1I'm not a huge sports fan, but I am a fairly avid watcher of NFL football from Labour Day to Superbowl.  I like the game, I enjoy the razzle dazzle, and I always like what football is associated with  – sex. I could always count on sex during the "fastest 3 minutes in sports" or at the 2 minute warning during Monday night football. Between cheerleaders, and running backs with great asses I really enjoy the innuendos of competing masculinity. Although my Chargers didn't go the distance this year, I'm sorry to see the season end. I could guarantee a certain few times during the week to send out cheers of my own. If football in my twisted brain is all about sex, then the Superbowl is sex personified. Who can forget Janet Jackson flashing her nipple? Or Prince's sexy guitar fornication? This year the Boss is playing during half time, and he's sexy enough just singing in his jeans.

Football3  However the big story this year about Superbowl is the refusal of NBC to play the sexy PETA (the animal rights group) commercial that says vegetarians are sexy.  See the bannd commerical below:

http://link.brightcove.com/services/link/bcpid1600158118/bctid9405666001

The video includes sexy models in lingerie doing fun things with vegetables like:

  • licking pumpkins
  • touching her breast with her hand while eating broccoli
  • pumpkin from behind between legs
  • rubbing pelvic region with pumpkin
  • screwing herself with broccoli (fuzzy)
  • asparagus on her lap appearing as if it is ready to be inserted into vagina
  • licking eggplant
  • rubbing asparagus on breast

I think they got more than their money's worth in free publicity without paying the astronomical rates for ad time. I love smart marketing and sexy smart marketing without crossing the line is interesting. You determine whether or not they crossed the line. You may have previously believed that the Superbowl is about football. I concur with the ESPN commentary that the Superbowl is about entertainment - sexy, bone-crunching entertainment. I invite you to watch this year's Superbowl on Sunday night and then tell me that you didn't have sexy thoughts thoughout. Next year you'll no that as part of your game preparations besides pizza and beer – may include lube. smile. Football

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