Published on February 26th, 2013 | by Chris0
Is Geico Promoting Bestiality?
A new commercial by car insurance giant Geico has a Christian women’s group up in arms, claiming that it promotes bestiality among children.
In the commercial, a woman is on a date with a talking pig named Maxwell, and seems interested in getting a little closer to him as they sit parked atop a ledge that resembles a classic lover’s lane scene. The pig has other ideas, however, preferring to use his Geico smartphone app to file a claim, and then playing Fruit Ninja while he waits.
Not exactly risque stuff here, One Million Moms.
If you’ve not heard of a group of the conservative American women’s coalition called One Million Moms, you’ve been missing out. They are against many things, most of them supremely silly and very hilarious, even as they claim to represent Christian women throughout the United States. Unfortunately, a closer look at their membership base reveals that they sport a few less backers than a true one million – more like 20,000.
Even with that more limited voice, though, One Million Moms have been making some noise about this one. Watch the Geico “Pig Goes on a Date” commercial below and see if you’re driven to make love to the closest non-human animal to you. We suggest locking up your pets while you watch it – just in case:
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