Porn superbowl ad

Duration: 6min 30sec Views: 362 Submitted: 01.05.2020
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Devour plays into the social media foodporn obsession with an humorous and provocative advertising campaign. The girlfriend tries several tactics to entice him away from his habit, making him a romantic homemade meal and even watching amateur food porn videos, but her efforts go flaccid. The brand has an ambitious plan to build excitement around the campaign in the lead-up to the Super Bowl. Hungry callers can imagine laying in a bed of tender noodles, cozying up with melty cheeses, or treating their taste buds to smoky sausage and hunks of Angus beef.

Devour's Super Bowl ad addresses ‘frozen food porn’

This Creepy Super Bowl Ad Making Fun of Porn Addiction Is Really Gross | RELEVANT

Due to restrictions on content, the food brand will air a 30 second "censored" version during the third quarter according to MovieGuide. However, the brand released the uncensored video to stir up a buzz before its Super Bowl spot. The second uncut video includes an unmarried couple engaging in sexual innuendos around "frozen food porn". Though the word "porn" cannot be used in the Super Bowl ad, the video still relays its intended message. In the uncut version, the commercial starts with the girlfriend speaking to the camera stating, "My boyfriend is addicted to frozen food porn.

Devour’s Smutty Super Bowl Ad Features a Boyfriend Addicted to ‘Frozen Food Porn’

Kraft Heinz Co. The brand ran an 'uncensored' commercial that aired on the pornography website Pornhub as part of a sitewide collaboration. The commercial focuses on a man's 'food porn' addiction and how it is destroying his relationship with his girlfriend. Censored version below.
Tens of millions of football fans across the country tuned into the 53 rd Super Bowl this past Sunday to watch the Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots duke it out. For some, the commercials are arguably more exciting than the game, prompting advertisers to spend millions of dollars on funny, heartwarming, or controversial TV spots that stand out. In the fashion of a sex hotline, they give the caller options of what to listen to.