Hot Cheerleaders Prove Proper Marketing (Sex) Can Sell Anything


Wait, what? How was this missed? We might have some slapping around to do here at the Adrants offices for staff missing this one. I mean we are talking cheerleaders here.Cheerleaders, people! That's bread and butter around here.

OK, so Undercover Cheerleaders, a creation of production company Hungryman TV, has a squad of cheerleaders, Steph Pearson, Nikki Williams (who, hmm...lives quite close to the Adrants mansion), Ash Simms, and Jess Powers who apparently didn't make the Cowboy squad so they go on adventures instead.

There are several adventures so far. One is called Selling Shit in which the cheerleaders create crap and sell it to prove anything can be sold with proper marketing, i.e. hot girls in, like, cheerleader uniforms. Um, like, yea.

Make sure you watch the one entitled F**K. The four cheerleaders go to London to determine the origination of the word. Seriously, you can do anything with a bunch of hotties in cheerleader outfits. Even if it's to promote a production company. Which, after all, makes perfect sense because sex sells, right?

Though that does raise the question; if Hungryman is so good, they'd be busy doing real work for clients and wouldn't have time to shoot cheerleaders running around in pleated short skirts acting like bimbos, right? Right?

by Steve Hall    Sep-30-08   Click to Comment   
Topic: Good, Racy, Strange, Video   

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That is just awesome. "...if it really looks like shit, and it smells like shit -- it probably is shit." Way to drop some knowledge, Nikki! I would NOT like a sculpture for $5.

Posted by: Janicke Jam on September 30, 2008 1:21 PM

Wrong. We're that GOOD. We do outstanding "real" work for clients (just took home back to back Emmy Awards for Outstanding Commercial) AND some of the most talked about viral work on the Internet (see UC and Webby Honoree Phistophicles) simultaneously.

Frankly, I'm surprised a writer of your stature didn't know that.

Posted by: Mark on October 1, 2008 1:16 PM


Posted by: Mark on October 1, 2008 1:20 PM

You are that good:-) And it was all in good fun;)

Posted by: Steve Hall on October 1, 2008 2:55 PM

Much obliged my good man. Much obliged.

Posted by: Mark on October 2, 2008 2:40 PM