Giant Naked Ass Ruins Family Trip Into City


So you're talking a nice drive into the city with your grandparents (or parents, or kids...choose appropriate scenario) to show them where you work and hang out or maybe to go to the park or even to Ground Zero for a visit. As you drive along, you look to your left and...OMG...ASS! A giant, arched ass is staring you in the face and it's all you can do to hope no one else in the car is seeing what you're seeing. Though the size of the ass and the mobile billboard truck its mounted on is far, far too big to go unnoticed. (Yes, I know the picture has palm trees in it and is probably LA but just go with it.)

Soon the reactions come. A chuckle from your grandfather. A horrified stare from your grandmother. A "Oh honey! You live here?" from your mother. A "Son, you don't go to those places, do you?" from your father. A "Daddy! Daddy! Look at that big bottom!" from your daughter who's strapped into her car seat. An embarrassed position shift from your 12-year-old son wrestling with his own "reaction" to the giant, hot, thong-clad ass staring him in the face cruelly taunting him with no "release" possible.

Is that what the advertiser really wants? Is a public roadway really the place to promote a slutty babe service? What, pray tell, was this media planner thinking?

by Steve Hall    Jun-18-08   Click to Comment   
Topic: Outdoor, Racy   

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That's cleary Vegas - I don't recognize the woman, I swear, but that is right in front of The Flamingo - I know cause I left my money there once.

Posted by: Mike on June 18, 2008 1:55 PM

that's Las Vegas. Note Bally's, the Flamingo, and Bill's in the background. If a parent is upset at seeing this in Vegas, well...that's stupid.

Posted by: Joe on June 18, 2008 2:09 PM

The opening graf in this post seems to suggest that this picture was taken in NYC. That is simply not true. As pointed out, part of the Flamingo hotel's facade is visible in the background; to the left is Bally's; and the blue roof in the distance is (I believe) the top part of one of the Station hotels.

I'm with the others. That mobile display is indisputably in Las Vegas (I live 1.5 hours from there), and I guarantee you it's tame compared to the items to be seen on permanent display as billboards, or the flyers handed out all night long on the Strip.

Posted by: Warren on June 18, 2008 2:21 PM

Oh. my.

You know, I wouldn't want to be confronted by this on any roadway, LV or otherwise. Not so much the picture but the service offered, really. Bare bottoms are everywhere now.

Posted by: Winni-Pig on June 18, 2008 2:23 PM

I know!!! can you guys just not go along with the scenario? I guess not. I expected too much of you:(

Posted by: Steve Hall on June 18, 2008 2:59 PM

This moving billboard has been in Vegas for atleast 2.5 years. Now this is news? The question shouldn't be, "what was the media planner thinking" when they decided to do this form of advertising. In-fact it is probably money well spent. The real question we should be asking is, "How come they didn't use a good looking model?"

Posted by: Mike on June 18, 2008 5:16 PM

Yep, it's Vegas. And frankly, its an improvement over the other form of advertising - handing out naked lady literature - even to husbands who are walking with wife and child.

Posted by: AFanter on June 18, 2008 6:46 PM

I got my picture taken in front of that same billboard when I was in Vegas about a month ago. As Mike pointed out, the lady is ugly. I mean, not even close to being attractive.

Posted by: James on June 20, 2008 12:46 PM