See the Ad That Was BANNED From the Super Bowl

See the Ad That Was BANNED From the Super Bowl

Super Bowl commercials have always been a huge deal, and each year content creators have to be more creative than the last, just to keep up with the demand of the viewer’s ever changing short attention spans. To some of them, that means getting a little more risky…and then getting shot down for it. Like THIS year’s banned ad…about the sexual stamina of a certain type of person…which ironically was created by PETA. Yes, the People For The Ethical Treatment Of Animals…because that makes sense right? Nope.

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The 38-second spot, dubbed “Last Longer,” argues that vegans are better lovers by showing two couples — one meat eaters, the other vegan — having loud, passionate sex. The vegan couple’s steamy tryst lasts, you guessed it, longer.

According to PETA:

More than half of men between the ages of 40 and 70 have to throw the game because of the difficulty they have even getting started. Turns out, the cholesterol in meat, eggs, and dairy products slows the flow of blood to all the body’s organs — not just the heart.

PETA has more to say about the benefits of being vegan on its website.

Another PETA ad, “Veggie Love,” was prevented from airing during Super Bowl XLIII in 2009.

That 30-second commercial, which featured scantily clad models and vegetables, was rejected by NBC because it “depicts a level of sexuality exceeding our standards,” NBC Universal’s advertising standards executive Victoria Morgan said.

To watch Ad CLICK HERE– WARNING: link includes graphic videos that may be inappropriate for young viewers.

Thankfully, the world hasn’t gone too far down the toilet and this AD was cut from the commercial line-up by network execs.

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