Cows Say Stop Squeezing Us, Drink Soy


First there was the Raging Cow and now there's Cows for Silk. To promote Silk, a soy milk product, the company has decided to use cows in its ad campaign and to create a site/blog where cows named Frank, Connie and Amanda can babble on endlessly about why it's better to drink soy than to have their own tits (yes, that is the term farmers openly use to describe that particular piece of cow anatomy) squeezed for milk. We pity the poor marketing people/copywriters who have to write cow hottie stuff like this:

"Drinking Silk was my first step to the "wow Amanda is so fine" comments. I eat healthy because I can. I get herbal swamp mud and fragrant sea cucumber body wraps at the spa because I can. And I drink Silk because I can. I know that this is the only Amanda I get - you better believe I flaunt it."

by Steve Hall    Jun- 7-06   Click to Comment   
Topic: Campaigns, Commercials, Online, Television, Weblogs   

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As a regular drinker of soy milk, I am saddened by and ashamed of those ads.

Posted by: malloreigh on June 7, 2006 4:13 PM

There's no such thing as soy milk; its soy beverage. It would be like saying kidney milk if you made a drink out of kidney beans.

Posted by: Peter Y on June 7, 2006 10:48 PM

Wow. Apple iPod commercial ripoff much?

Posted by: Gary Ploski on June 8, 2006 8:17 AM

My I am impressed, when you search Kidney Milk on Google this page is first on the list talking about Soy Milk. Gee Peter you've made the big time. Your right this little effort should make them hang their head in shame.

Posted by: Roy on June 15, 2006 9:55 AM

In your ADs you use cows dressed up as people.
Take a look at the BELTS they are wearing!!!
Since when do COWS wear LEATHER belts. Where
does Leather come from. Some one was not thinking.....

Posted by: Sandy on July 6, 2006 9:10 AM

The proper term for a cows udders is "TEATS", not tits.

Posted by: Don on September 18, 2006 6:48 AM