The Most Outrageous Super Bowl Ad, You’ll Never See On The Air

Posted: January 20, 2011 in General Sports, NFL
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Alright classroom, I hope your all paying attention as Professor Mole is about to drop a little knowledge on y’all.  According to todays leading stat firms, the United States has a stranglehold on the divorce rate at around 50%.  For those of you non-mathematicians, that means that one out of every two marriages in this country will essentially end up failing for one reason or another.  One reason or another.  Haha, that’s a good one.  With the drastic rise of online dating sites, strip-clubs, prostitution and unprotected sex, I’m surprised the rate of divorce isn’t higher in the land of the red, white and blue.  Your honor, I’d like to submit Antonio Cromartie into evidence as proof of this statement.

Well, then we need to find a scapegoat to pin this little problem on, but who?  How about the money-grubbing, low down, dirty Jezebel – Ashley Madison?  She seems like an easy candidate given that she has a site, whose motto is “Life is short.  Have an Affair.” I mean, c’mon man!  Thank God though that the NFL had enough common sense to deny this commercial from airing during the Super Bowl that is set to take place in just a little more than two weeks time.  However, if you ask me, featuring this commercial would only seem right if Ben “Lock the bathroom behind you” Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers were to make it to the Super Bowl, right?   Hell, the NFL could make zillions and then that possible lockout next year wouldn’t seem all that bad, with the money they’d be rolling in.  I suppose that’s a different conversation for a different day, but in the meanwhile, well-played NFL, well-played!


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