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Nov 09 2013

No! Wrong! Bad!

No…

If you don’t get why  this is wrong or how wrong this is then what’s the point in explaining why this is a terrible idea?

 

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  1. 1
    otranreg

    This is incredibly tacky! (In all fairness, you wouldn’t expect any less from people who sell spray-on tan) Oh, and the racism bit, too.

  2. 2
    UnknownEric the Apostate

    There is no facepalm sufficiently epic enough for that ad.

  3. 3
    Pen

    A more interesting topic for discussion would be How did anyone manage to think this could be right?’

    Where did you get it from? Which state? Did you block out the name of the company and contact details? Could it be… I know I always hope this when I see something truly ghastly… someone trying to make a joke?

    Wait a minute… What’s with the ‘corn’ in inverted commas?

  4. 4
    WMDKitty -- Survivor

    The person (or people) responsible for that — especially the one(s) who gave the go-ahead — ought to be sacked.

  5. 5
    belzerbru

    Well, I can come up with worse ideas, but I don’t want to write them in a public forum ..

  6. 6
    dogmeat

    Pen @ 3

    How did anyone manage to think this could be right?’

    Given that our nation’s capital has an NFL team moniker that shatters any concept of decency, this ad is rather tame. Still wrong, but rather tame. I’ve been informed that I should be “honored” by the name choice for Washington D.C.

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