Does anyone else suddenly want a salad? Anyone? How about just a whole case of ranch for some carrot sticks. THIS WOMAN DEMANDS CARROT STICKS, NOW!
How can any woman be offended by The Zesty Guy, Kraft’s new spokesperson for their zesty salad dressings? He’s Italian, he’s ripped, and he’s totally naked under that picnic blanket. We’re suddenly feeling a bit of a chill. Hey Zesty Guy, would you happen to have a single heavy piece of fabric we can tear from your body to warm us up? Or perhaps just… your body?
One Million Moms, the group that protests and is offended by the most random stuff, has taken a new stand against Kraft because The Zesty Guy is just too zesty. “Last week's issue of People Magazine had the most disgusting ad on the inside front cover that we have ever seen Kraft produce,” the One Million Moms website says. “A full 2-page ad features a n*ked man lying on a picnic blanket with only a small portion of the blanket barely covering his g*nitals. It is easy to see what the ad is really selling.”
*Note: The asterisks (*) were inserted by One Million Moms, not us, to ensure that certain email filters didn’t block the message. Although we’re pretty sure filters mainly look at the subject line, not the entire email. Maybe instead of using asterisks, they could’ve used “fine” and “happy bits?”
While we do admit that the commercials are definitely sexy, we also have to point out the fact that they are satirical. We’d expect that kind of behavior from the guys on The Bachelorette, since it’s, y’know, (SPOILER) scripted. Let’s be real: no man has ever accidentally gotten his shirt ripped off by a salad spinner in real life.
While One Million Moms urges like-minded women to write to Kraft demanding they discontinue their zesty ad campaign, we urge One Million Moms to just flip to another channel or draw a hoodie and sweats onto Kraft’s printed ad. Let the rest of us have our Italian stallion moment!
What do you think of Kraft’s ad campaign? Tell us below!
P.S. - @TheZestyGuy is on Twitter!
Source: One Million Moms