So many commercials show things that could totally be used as sexual harrasment. Take the esurance comm.- they're bragging about how this guy made it so you can see your auto repairs online. Then a second guy comes over, and is like- "hey, that's really great!" as he's slowely encompassing this guy in a gay hug. "No, that's... really great!" and then they go to the screen that has their numbers and all that crap and their still talking. first guy- "I don't want to talk about feelings, Phil." Ok? Phil has approached this guy before like this, ecompassing him in weird hugs? Second guy- "Yes. You. Do." That's probably grounds for sexual harrasment right there.
And wtf is with beer commercials? You listen to them, and in quite a few they don't even say 'beer' because of it's association with
. And if they do, they say "Hey. Our bud light is better then their, that other company over their, Hey! Company! Wave! Yeah, you see em? Their beer.
They have to make sure the consumers mind is COMPLETELY off of their own company before attacking others with words like "beer." AHHGRGHALALJLKDJGLJS.
I know it's been mentioned before, but what about E.D. pharmeceuticals? Take Cialis, for example. Their kitchen morphs into a babbling brook in the middle of the forest. I don't know that much about sex, but I'm pretty sure it's not THAT good. Gaaaaaah. Die consumerism. I could go into a rant about how socialism would fix some of this, but I won't.