Not Safe for Work: PETA's About-to-Be Rejected Super Bowl Ad PETA's 2010 Super Bowl Ad Not Safe for Work: PETA's About-to-Be Rejected Super Bowl Ad PETA's 2010 Super Bowl Ad
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Not Safe for Work: PETA's About-to-Be Rejected Super Bowl Ad PETA's 2010 Super Bowl Ad

by Morgan Clendaniel

February 1, 2011

Last year, PETA's advertisement, entitled "Veggie Love" was rejected by NBC for being too graphic. "Veggie Love," which you can see below, features lingerie-clad models being sexy with vegetables, leading to the message that studies have found vegetarians have better sex lives.

This year, PETA is doubling down on the concept, submitting the casting videos for last year's ad. Much the same concept, this video is more explicit with the vegetable sex references. It's certain to get rejected, and will then be passed around the internet, where we will all watch it. Note: While this video does not contain nudity, it contains scantily clad women and men performing vaguely sexual acts on vegetables. Assess your workplace's policies accordingly.

Via Buzzfeed

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Not Safe for Work: PETA's About-to-Be Rejected Super Bowl Ad PETA's 2010 Super Bowl Ad