"Ultra low-cost" Spirit Air doesn't offer complimentary snacks, drinks or checked bags — but they sure can serve up some offensive advertising! Pilots, flight attendants, and reps from the Association of Flight Attendants are wishing they'd pull their risqué ads, which use double entrendres that refer to female flight attendants' body parts and loose sexuality. Their ads have invited customers to enjoy its DD's (deep discounts) and "MILFs" (many islands, low fares), which as some of us know, is an acronym for "mothers I'd like to f*ck." As one rep for the AFA said, "I feel as though I have entered a time warp and am reliving the battles for respect and justice for women that we fought for 40 years ago." What do you think — should Spirit Air continue to run these ads?
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