So the ad agency that made those horrible, skeevy Korean Huggies ads? They e-mailed us about the post that we wrote about their horrible, skeevy ad. They are very sad about that post:
(What follows is completely unedited. Because we just couldn't improve upon it. Too bad the same can't be said about their advertising campaigns.)
Dear Mr./Ms.RE: http://www.thebadmomsclub.com/
The main reason is we did not expect people to feel this negatively about this ad.
If you can pull "rope" ad we would really appreciated it. If not we understand.
Truly, our intention was a parody to a designer underwear ads. We would never want to exploit children in any way what so ever.
We are very sorry for all this inconvenience.
Person Who Reports To The Person Who Made This Ad But Totally Didn't Mean To OMG Please Don't Let Me Get Fired. (Name changed to protect the the totally not innocent but very possibly litigious.)
The main reason is that we did respond negatively. Truly, our intention was to show that "a parody to a designer underwear ads" involving children necessarily exploits children, because parodying designer underwear ads is just a few degrees removed from parodying porn, and, well, you know. David Beckham pulling his rope is not a visual metaphor for his enjoyment of rollicking games of tug-o-war at family picnics. It's David Beckham pulling his rope.
Wait - what - did you say that you want us to "pull" the rope? We see what you did there.
We're also very sorry for all this inconvenience, but we won't be "pulling" the rope. You understand. We're not that kind of blog.
The People Who Think That You Really Need To Read Our Bodies, Our Selves, And Also Madonna's Sex Book And Then Keep Those Waaay Down The Shelf Away From The Beatrix Potter.