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Peta Says Vegetarian Dogs Are Better At Sex

by | 28th, January 2009

PAGE Six reports that NBC has banned viewer form seeing a “PETA pro-veggie commercial” planned for the Super Bowl (of Salad) because it “depicts a level of sexuality exceeding our standards”.

So says NBC Universal’s advertising standards executive, Victoria Morgan.

The advert brags the legend: “Studies Show Vegetarians Have Better Sex.”

Studies by non-vegetarians? To make the study valid veggies would have to shag non-veggies, then each other, then watch and make notes and scores while non-veggies shag each other. No biting. No swallowing.

Says a PETA spokesman, straight from the horse’s mouth:

“PETA’s veggie ads are locked out, while ads for fried chicken and burgers are allowed, even though these foods make Americans fat, sick and boring in bed.”

Is that fact? Do dogs agree? Do beans make you lift the duvet?

Simon Scowl suggests:

Well, maybe that’s because fast-food ads don’t show lingerie models rubbing Big Macs all over themselves and licking french fries suggestively.

But they do in the Daily Star which once advertised its role as the Official Building Site newspaper by showing models eating burger van burgers, chips and kebabs.

True enough, had they sucked on a carrot, some builders may have felt their juices surge.

But for many working men there are few grander visions than a topless stuanna bent over her full English…

Take it away lads… (NSFW)

Posted: 28th, January 2009 | In: Reviews Comment | TrackBack | Permalink