over the Internet. My eyes don’t typically look at them for more than a second and I never, ever click on them. It must be the same for the rest of the world too because the ads are becoming more obnoxious and shocking. Advertisers must be willing to do anything to get people to look at and click on their ads so they are going over the top and shooting for the shock factor.
most repulsive would be the above ad with the obese woman who is balancing the first of three fat rolls on a fence post. What the hell? Was she just outside enjoying nature when her boyfriend suggested she pose for a shot in a field or is she pounding in fence posts with that bad boy?! When McKenzie saw the picture she commented that being that heavy might come in handy. “You could just stick your money in between the
rolls and then you wouldn’t have to carry a purse.”
saggy boobs. She could actually put a bra on that thing or tuck it into her
pockets. Instead of fat rolls she has fat clappers.
written on her body: Lazy, giving, insecure, undisciplined, careless and
passive. This ad is supposed to appeal to writers because it has words. It also appeals to perverts because she’s naked and I suppose it would appeal to those that ‘like big butts and cannot lie.’
I understand that obesity is a growing problem in our world today
but is it really necessary to post those pictures all over the place? It
frightens the children for crying out loud! Some people have a difficult time losing weight and these ‘miracle weight loss’ pills are not the answer. Posting nasty ass pictures isn’t the answer either. I don’t know what the answer is but the ads need to stop.
I was watching Honey Boo Boo tonight and little Alana was pretending to make her belly fat talk. That part wasn’t so bad but when her mama June started answering with her belly fat, I dam near fell out of my
chair. I don’t want to see that shit and if they're going to show it they should have some sort of warning in advance so I can cover my eyes.
I like to eat my Cheetos ad free and TV free without a reminder
of what I could look like if I don’t put down the bag. And for God’s sake people stop clicking on the ads. If a miracle pill actually existed that would make people lose weight without exercising or eating right then it would be so expensive that most of us wouldn’t be able to afford it anyway.
And now, back to my Cheetos.