Remember when NBC or ABC or whatever channel it was got fined for that commercial when a presumably naked lady jumped into T.O.'s arms? I don't recall seeing any crack. You?
Last night I was watching Project Runway at 10:00 on Bravo like I do every Wednesday at 10:00. I saw crack! Three times! In a commercial for I have no idea.
The commercial starts with a presumably naked blonde standing with her back to the cameras gazing into her closet. I immediately thought, wow, they are showing a lot of her back. Then she leans forward to examine an article of clothing and CRACK!!!! I could not believe it. This is a commercial!
She then goes back to her regular stance and you see her walk around her room. There it is again clear as day. Then Dave, my faithful Project Runway buddy comes back down from a commercial pee and I say, "Are butt cracks allowed in commercials?"
"I don't think so." He sits back down.
Then blonde crack revealing commercial lady decides nothing is suitable for the party so she goes naked and the camera follows her back into a crowded living room full of guests and she then jumps into her husband's arms and in case you missed it the first two times, one more shot of her butt crack.
"Holy shit," says David.
I can't for the life of me remember what the commercial was for but it was strange.
Mike and I got McDonald's after a night of drinking over the weekend and we thought it would be ok since we haven't had it in months. I decided to go with the cheeseburger kids meal just to play it safe.
I received a Spyro handheld video game which I finally figured out how to turn on and play last night. Why did it take me so long, you ask? Because my directions only came in spanish.
It wasn't even like maybe they just forgot to print the other side or something. It was a little plastic game that had a lid or cover and you had to open it to see the game screen. When opened, the top or underside of the cover had the directions. Only spanish.
I was upset over that. One, I had just ordered a happy meal and gotten a free toy so was a little excited and feeling a bit child-like. Very different from childish. I would be crushed if my son opened his toy all excited and couldn't play with it because the directions were only in spanish. I don't think reading or speaking spanish should be mandatory to play with a toy that probably cost ten cents to make given to children by one of the most profitable and well known corporations in the entire world. Yes, my children will speak another language but it will be the one they decide they want to learn. For now, please, if there's only room for one language on instructions, keep it in english.
Better yet, always make sure there's enough room for English and Spanish. This way, almost everyone can play!