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Commercial For AshleyMadison.com Cheating Dating Site

Cheaters Site Won't Tempt Sports Fans During Super Bowl

It might not get the attention of nearly every American during the Super Bowl, but AshleyMadison.com, the dating site that caters to spouses looking to stray, is still getting publicity after FOX rejected its ad. Porn star Savanna Samson stars in the completely nonsensical ad, which ends with the the site's slogan: "Life is short. Have an affair." It also makes references to what I can only assume is a furry fetish and bestiality. Watch above for yourself now, since you won't see it on TV.

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corcar86 corcar86 5 years
I think it's been said perfectly they launched a ridiculous add that they knew wouldnt make it to the Superbowl but saved them millions of dollars when it went viral for free on the internet. Smart marketing by dumb asses
PontNeuf PontNeuf 5 years
They designed the ad to be rejected. They get all of the publicity of being rejected and thanks to the internet, all the exposure. Brilliant.
PontNeuf PontNeuf 5 years
They designed the ad to be rejected. They get all of the publicity of being rejected and thanks to the internet, all the exposure. Brilliant.
Burkina Burkina 5 years
I don't see whats wrong with the site. It exists for a reason. It doesn't force people to cheat, that is there disgusting decision.
Pistil Pistil 5 years
The website offends me, but I don't know what to think of this ridiculous ad. No, I don't want to be part of your club. Not if it involves large rodents in a conference room.
RoaringSilence RoaringSilence 5 years
Wow.. how do the people who work for that company live with themselves?
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