2.07.2011

Faith Hill Super Bowl Ad



A little bit of a debate today about whether this ad, which is pretty funny, was appropriate for the family friendly Super Bowl.  My radar didn't exactly go off, but sometimes I'm not the best judge of stuff like this. 

So does it offend the sensibilities of the average Wise Countian?

Edit: On an unrelated note, the kid in the cute Darth Vadar commercial has been unmasked

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

Is he dating a buck deer?

Anonymous said...

i will buy flowers from someone else.

Remote Controller said...

I am offended. I think the innuendo confused people and they were unsure what the "rack". Faith Hill should have demonstrated what a "rack" was to clear things up.

Anonymous said...

We all cracked up at this commercial. After the laughter died down, my 73 year old neighbor lady asked, "What's a rack?".....more laughter!

Mr. Mike Honcho said...

Nope. Not offended.

Anonymous said...

it was funny because it was inappropriate. But is it more out of line than the GoDaddy ads? Or any of the others that use attractive women to sell their products? They're just stating the obvious - without showing it

Was he really paying her a compliment? I saw it as he just figured out that her rack is not real (unreal)

Anonymous said...

Better than another Negro centered ad.

Anonymous said...

Didn't offend me. My kids that I would have had to explain to were not paying attention. I felt that it was poking fun at the cluelessness of men. He was writing from his heart.

Anonymous said...

To me, if there was an offensive commercial, it would be the Pepsi Max "First Date" commercial, where you hear the guy's inner-voice saying, "I wanna sleep with her" over and over.

As for me personnally, I found that commercial....realistic, not offensive.

Anonymous said...

Oh please!!!

Anonymous said...

Nothing was as gross as the guy sucking the other guy's Doritos-covered fingers, then ripping the next guy's pants off and sniffing them. YUCK.

Anonymous said...

uh, since when has the Super Bowl been family friendly? The game is geared toward men, the commercials lately have been geared toward grown-ups in general. Kids, as a rule, have little interest in it.
This isn't any more offensive than guys getting hit in the nards, scantily-clad women, animals taking on human traits, and the aforementioned finger sucking episode. There's much worse on cable or even network TV that's labeled as "family friendly"

Anonymous said...

She's got a gun rack?

Dandy Galloway said...

Right on 3:05... you took the words right out of my mouth.

Anonymous said...

Belinda, if your reading this rack stuff...
What did your Diva Contest Raunchy T-Shirt Contest" t-shirt say about rubbing the rack? (should have been 1st or 3rd)

CRS

P. S. I got second with my bone this fish and X marks the Chum hole.

Anonymous said...

Curious that the commercial in which a black woman hits a white woman on the side of the head with a can, then runs off leaving the white woman lying on the ground...is not being scrutinized at all.

Anonymous said...

From Belinda: I like my bucks rubbed out in and in hard horn is what the raunch t-shirt said.

Anonymous said...

Faith Hill commercial

Finally, a pro male ad

you had guys sucking on others guys fingers and getting hit etc