Offensive ads? There’s more than one problem with this one!
Where kids rule the house and demand which fast food they want (because of the toys offered), subserviant parents just don’t get it. You know, . . . . the homes where the words propriety or decorum are not in their vocabularies?
Burger King – the fast food place with the wierd, plastic-fantastic-“king”, the one that, to me, looks like an ever-smiling pedophile . . . . or the boy-scout leader you don’t quite feel good about leaving your boys with?
There’s something that’s just not right about this guy! His hair is a little too curly . . . . it doesn’t go with the beard!
So this wierdo gets his hair permed? Plus, he’s pointing at someone else, as if to say ‘I didn’t do it!” And, what’s that he’s wearing? Fur? It looks like feathers! I don’t think I want to know!
It’s the “clown syndrome” – the . . . you don’t know who it is behind that mask but there’s some obscure reason that person cannot present himself as who he really is – kind of like the ad for “etrade” – the little kid in the high chair has it right when he says there’s a “creepy factor” to “Bobo the clown” – same goes for “the King”.
They have an ad now, where the prevalent, repeated words in the rap song are butts and booty! And in the ad, they’re “MEASURING” women’s posteriors!
This is an ad suppose to attract kids?
Just the words and non-music we want to hear little kids parroting, right? NOT in my trailer park!
Where’s the outrage from the anti-misogyny crowd? No where in sight when it has to do with corrupting youth.
Previously, I actually chose to eat at Burger King when I had to eat on the run, or rather “did” . . . . ; from now on, it’ll be somewhere else! Maybe Wendys . . . . there are no In-and-Out-Burgers in Oregon . . . . and their name? . . . . at least, it’s not meant to attract kids.