"You could have a pair like Kelly's" if you just pick up a pair of official Sports Relief Socks at your local (if you're in England) Sainsbury today. Yes. Breasts truly can sell anything we ask them to.
So wait, Kelly's been stuffing all these years?
These days, it seems, Kate Upton is everywhere. She's done ads for Carl's Jr., MLB 2K12, Zoo York and others. Now she's pimping headphones for Skullcandy in a new campaign which Mail Online claims won't work because everyone will be staring at Upton's boobs and not the Skullcandy headphones.
Dressed in a tight, tiny bikini top that isn't able to cover much of her prodigious cleavage, this might be very true. Although just how many more Upton campaigns can the market take before we tire of her and the next new shiny object takes hold?
Boy this job is hard work sometimes. FocusClick, a site with the tagline "we do women," grabbed model Christina I. and dressed her in Second Button shirts. Well, more accurately, they tried to dress her in Second Button Shirts and failed miserably. Why? Because Christina's breasts are so jaw-droppingly huge, no shirt could ever completely cover them.
We're not sure who's getting more publicity out of this; FocusClick or Second Button. Frankly, we really don't care. Do you?
And yea, there's much more Christina to see here.
Now here's an interesting one. Canadian telecom brand Manitoba Telecom Services just launched a Dare Vancouver-created campaign to promote its Amour pay per view porn service. With three spots that appear at first to be your typical porny encounter, the campaign reminds viewers that "Fantasies happen but only on Amour Adult TV." It's quite ingenious actually. To see just how easily a fantasy can be shot down. Much like it always happens in real life. Which, of course, is why we have porn so we don't have to be shot down when we're really in the mood to be...ahem...up..
Kate Upton, who most recently lent her curvaceous hotness and plunging cleavage to Carl's Jr., can be seen in a new ad for fashion brand Zoo York. The ad features the infamous trash mouthed, talking cockroaches who, this time, leer at Upton while lobbing double entendres and expletives
Harmless humor or a female objectification time bomb waiting to explode? Hmm. Dare we even bring up Method's Horny Scrubbing Bubbles which caused the angry mob to descend upon us like heard of indignant buffalo?
You may have seen our blatantly salacious bit about conference hotties inhabiting the exhibit hall during SXSW. Did you like it? Good, keep reading. No? OK, no worries. Just leave. But for those of you who truly appreciate good conference candy, here's a bevy of beauties doing their thing outside the exhibit hall. Enjoy.
OK now that we've finished all that serious panel coverage for the day, we thought it would be nice to take a break and stroll through the exhibit hall to see what we could find. Of course there's all the usual tech and social media companies pimping their latest app but what's really important to note is which company has the hottest booth babes. Why? Because no one else does it, it's fun and we're just a wise ass little shit ad blog that does whatever it wants whenever it feels like it. Onward...
Wow. Just wow. Very powerful stuff. Very compelling message. Very bold approach. Very daring, in fact. Porn star Sasha Gray, who has made a lot of money doing things most people would never consider doing, can be seen in a commercial for EqualPayDay, an organization that fights to close the wage gap for women. According to EqualPayDay, women make 22 percent less than men for the same job.
Of the disparity in salary between men and women, EqualPayDay says, "One of the main reasons this issue still exists is that too often young women make career choices led by general expectations. Equal Pay Day however wants to motivate them to think about these expectations, and not just follow them blindly. Sasha Grey wants to as well, and to help spark the debate, she's agreed to share the story about her short but demanding career in adult entertainment."
While it's doubtful porn will ever go away, it's sad that, for some women, it's one of the only ways to make more money than men.
With a new campaign that unapologetically leverages the Rush Limbaugh situation, Sir Richard's Condoms offers support for the "Sex-Positive movement" in the form of an online "Slut's Oath" and 24 slutty, free-for-the-taking avatars. The campaign is created by advertising agency TDA_Boulder, Boulder, Colo.
Visitors to the slutsunite.org are invited to take and to tweet the five-part oath:
- "I believe that sex represents more than just the creation of children.
- "I believe it is an enjoyable, healthy and a profound part of the human experience.
- "I believe that the responsible use of birth control is an essential component of a mature, civilized society.
- "And if these beliefs make me a slut in some people's eyes, so be it.
- "I will stand united with my fellow sluts, now and always."
They can also select as their own any of 24 ready-made avatars, such as "In Sluts We Trust," "My Dad Is A Slut," "Slut Is My Co-Pilot," "Lil' Slut," and "I Think Therefore I Slut."
Early last month, RSA debuted the the first in a series of three videos for Agent Provocateur. The first, called The Initiate, focused on a guy and two women frolicking in bed. The agency's descriptive puffery aside, we liked the spot. It does what any good lingerie spot is supposed to do. Make you believe you, too, can be as sexy as the people in the ad if only you slap some Agent Provocateur on your ass.
Now, RSA is out with the second installment in the series. Entitled The Muse, this ad features a model, French actress Mylene Jampanoi - also featured in the first video, sitting in Renaissance era garb as an artist paints her. Of course, paint her isn't the only thing the artist does to her. After adjusting her clothes a bit, mostly to further reveal her undergarmants, he embraces her as Jampanoi flashes the camera a knowing smile.