One Million Moms Does Something Right For Once, Is Protesting That Skittles Bestiality Commercial

Lonely trolls One Million Moms, who like “real” trolls only venture outside their dank habitats to do harm to the world, are batting exactly .000 when it comes to causes worth getting outraged over. They’ve recently gone after JCPenney, Oreos, Marvel Comics, and Schweddy Balls, and have only succeeded in furthering the totally accurate stereotype that the group is made up of nothing but bitter, dried up husks formerly known as humans.

But wait, what’s that? Are they actually protesting something somewhat slightly worthwhile?

We are not sure of Skittles’ thought process behind their new ad, but if they are attempting to offend customers, they have succeeded. Skittles’ newest “Walrus” commercial includes a teen girl making out with a walrus. The two are on a sofa in an apartment kissing on the mouth when her shocked roommate walks in on them. Parents find this type of advertising inappropriate. Does Skittles’ have our children’s best interest in mind? Skittles candies are for all ages, but their target market is children.

Skittles Marketing Team may have thought this was humorous, but not only is it disgusting, it is taking lightly the act of bestiality. Let Skittles know their new ad is irresponsible. (Via)

IT’S ABOUT TIME. For far too long — approximately two months, since the ad first aired — our nation’s children have been making out and having relations with too many marine animals. This lady who knows this guy who once dated this other guy’s garbageman said that her postal worker recently saw Lil’ Betty McCallister necking with a dugong last week. If not for One Million Moms, who knows what part of the ocean the toilet known as America will flush our kids out into next? Probably near some manatees, the perverts of the sea.

But seriously, that commercial is confusing and dumb.

(Via Gawker)