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  • Wrangler

    Being shown only in France, the print ads and TV commercials for the denim company’s campaign, “We Are Animals,” are being called misogynistic and obnoxious. Hey, you know what they say: nothing sells a pair of jeans like implied rape. Read More ›

    Eliot Glazer 5 years ago respond

  • Tan Lines

    “There are 8,000 nerve endings in the clitoris and this son of a bitch couldn’t find one of them.” Did your ears perk up? The publicists behind J.J. Salem’s Tan Lines sure hope so. They even put together a video of a bunch of randoms reading the line out loud, because nothing is funnier than realizing that most people are barely literate. Read More ›

    Leti 5 years ago

  • Ad Decapitator

    A guerrilla artist in London has been removing the heads from ads and replacing them with bloody stumps. This act of ‘subvertising’ is putting a gruesome spin on ads for Sex and the City and Uniqlo, among others. Nothing says subversive like splattered blood. Read More ›

    Leti 6 years ago respond

  • Super Bowl Ads

    Once again, violent antics and broad stereotypes win the day. Despite some assertions that this year’s crop of ads would be kinder and gentler, the majority of Super Bowl spots couldn’t help basing their jokes on brutal pratfalls and thinly veiled racist jokes. Here’s a roundup of what you missed while replenishing your snacks. Read More ›

    BuzzFeed Classic 6 years ago respond

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