Monday, December 14, 2009

The end of the road

Oh, way to go Toyota. Let's completely insult every woman by using words about sexual abuse to SELL A CAR. Warning...the following post contains material that may be offensive to advertisers and auto industry executives who have shit for brains. In today's online Age there, for young and old is an advertisement that Toyota considered using until it was removed following an undetermined quantity of complaints. Why? The video, entitled "Clean Getaways" includes phrases such as "I'm here to take Jennifer's virginity out tonight," "I'm coming", "She can take a good pounding in any direction," "I'm ready to blow," and ends with "I'll have her on her back by 11". Absolute shite and highly offensive to women, what the hell were they thinking? Der, let's have an ad about a young guy talking about sexually abusing his daughter with her father encouraging him and the daughter smiling in the background, and don't forget to use every sexually offensive term known to (especially) man to pitch it. So whomever the deadshit was that approved this piece of revolting crap, I strongly recommend he (or she but doubtful) return to whatever college dislodged him in the first place because not only has he failed on every front of professional integrity but he has insulted 50% of the population who will complain loudly, write about this over and over again and more particularly WILL NOT BUY FROM THIS COMPANY. Now, if you will excuse me I have a letter or two to write and my spell check needs a lie down.


  1. Really? It is so disgustingly bad taste and NOT funny it is almost unbelievable. I feel like pushing my second hand Camry I now regret buying recently over a cliff.

  2. Thank God they didn't publish it. Frankly I always think of bad Chinese drivers when I see a Toyota advertisement.

  3. I was almost about to drive my 1990 Twin Cab Toyota Hilux off a cliff when, a) I realised I was still in it. b) remembered it wasn't technically my car. c) remembered I hadn't fed the cat.

    Viral Marketing (advertising in general) has a very murky side and I can't help being skeptical about the motives of the people who make and publish this crap. Bad judgement? Hmmm.

    I blame the internet, and the death of grunge music.