Big Breasted Lingerie-Clad Girl Bounces For Chocolate


This commercial for a Japanese candy is more than a year old but it is so ridiculous we just have to share it with you. It's a pretty well known fact men (well, the straight ones at least) across the globe find it very pleasing to look at a pretty woman with big breasts wearing nothing but sexy underwear and a tiny bra. Even more so if the lady decides to jump up and down while bouncing uncontrollably in that tiny bra. Some countries are just more open than others when it comes to allowing that activity to be publicly displayed.

There's plenty of private and public places where a man can view this sort of activity but a television commercial isn't usually one of them. Unless you live in Japan where men have no problem dressing a girl in nothing but her red underwear and instructing her to jump up and down in front of the camera while shouting something about the product. The fact what she's yelling will, for English speaking folks, sound like she's yelling "jerk off" is just further icing on the odd ridiculousness of the thing.

So watch. Listen to what she tells you. And then decide for yourselves what you'll do next. We don't really need to know about it here. After all, in America, we don't even have sex let alone talk about it or joke about it. Because it's nasty and wrong and embarrassing and impolite to talk about and against the moral fiber of the nation and, well, a whole lot of other stuff. Hey, we know. We have hangs ups here in America.

But we do have Presidents who get blow jobs in the Oval Office so we can't be completely prudish.

by Steve Hall    Dec- 6-07   Click to Comment   
Topic: Commercials, Racy, Strange   

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sexy underwear, chocalate, tiny bra...OK, you got my attention Steve, now where is the link? Or at least the name of the brand, please!?!

The Oral in the Oval Office prudish ending sentence is an oxymoron, no?

Posted by: arthur on December 6, 2007 12:49 PM

So... Did it sell chocolate?

Posted by: MikeTrap [TypeKey Profile Page] on December 6, 2007 7:20 PM

Arthur, it's right there; second word.

I was VERY surprised -- the little ad is actually quite charming and surprisingly innocent! -- B

Posted by: B on December 10, 2007 1:39 PM