They are offended by “zesty guy.” AdWeek reported on the “Shame on Kraft” campaign by One Million Moms, an arm of the American Family Association, which issued a tart rebuke to the food giant’s current print advertising for its “Zesty Italian” salad dressing. The magazine spread stars birthday-suited model Anderson Davis (“The Zesty Guy”) sprawled [...]
Flurberderbervuff. Merflkerneblom? Kushnerpushzle. Normally this is where I would’ve written words about how One Million Moms is super mad at Kraft’s new salad dressing ad but I can’t seem to form many coherent thoughts because come on, look at that guy. He’s going to get ants all up in his business if he doesn’t put that food away before … [More]
Post by Lindsay Mannering The fact that the conservative group One Million Moms thinks Anderson Davis is too sexy for TV might bode well for Davis' chances at starring in the Fifty Shades of Grey movie. You may know the sexy actor from...Show More Summary
If there’s one thing I’ve learned over the past couple of million miles, it’s that there’s almost no aspect of the travel experience that can stress me out… or so I thought. I’ve just about seen it all, and I tend to think you can fly me around the world six times without stopping and [...]Show More Summary
Kraft's saucy ad campaign (via ad agency Being) for its Zesty Italian salad dressing launched in early April, but it's taken a rebuke from One Million Moms to give it a sudden enormous boost of visibility. The moms are super pissed off about the print ad below, featuring the campaign's hunky model, Anderson Davis, enjoying a naked picnic. Show More Summary
Kraft’s Zesty Italian Dressing ad is a little too “zesty” for the conservative group One Million Moms, but most women (and even some men) seem to love the campaign. The “let’s get zesty” ad depicts a naked man with a picnic blanket draped over his genitals, and ran as a print ad in a recent...
“It is easy to see what the ad is really selling … Christians will not be able to buy Kraft dressings or any of their products until they clean up their advertising,” said the One Million Moms website of this Zesty Italian Dressing ad. I guess that means they don’t want their salad tossed by [...]
A new print ad for Kraft’s “Let’s Get Zesty” campaign, featuring an almost-nude model sprawled across a picnic blanket, seems to be too hot to handle for the moms’ group, One Million Moms. The organization, aimed at moms who are “tired of all the negative...
Sorry, kids of America. Your Kraft macaroni and cheese dinner is tainted with the homosexual agenda, according to One Million Moms, and you can’t have second helpings. Try these algae crackers instead. Homophobic hate group One Million Moms is on a tirade again this week, this time directing their attention to “the most disgusting ad” [...]
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I used to think the One Million Moms were a bunch of prudish bigots whose sole purpose was to destroy marriage equality, women's rights, and all things awesome. Now I just think they are a bunch of bored housewives that watch too much TV and hate all things Italian - like sausage and sexy. Show More Summary
Kraft's latest campaign for their Zesty Italian Dressing features this good-looking human wearing what appears to be no clothing. The tagline reads "Silverware Optional — Let's Get Zesty." One Million Moms, the group that has a habit...Show More Summary
Kraft's "Let's Get Zesty"campaign – aimed at promoting its Zesty Italian Dressing – is raising some eyebrows thanks to a print ad featuring a male model, barely covered by his picnic blanket.In response to the ad, One Million Moms, an...Show More Summary
The group One Million Moms has caused a Kraft ad controversy stating, “shame on Kraft” for their ad in People Magazine. The ad, which can be seen on msnNOW, has the group in an uproar. One Million Moms is a group that claims to be on the search for, well, one million moms that want [...] One Million Moms Cause Kraft Ad Controversy is a post from: The Inquisitr
You may remember the “One Million Moms,” the crazy Christian fundamentalist wackjobs who spend their lives searching for things to get offended about, like Geico ads purportedly promoting bestiality, Ryan Murphy’s New Normal, walruses kissing in Skittles ads, the alleged gayness in Marvel comics, Archie comics, and of course, Ellen Degeneres.
From the website of One Million Moms: Last week's issue of People Magazine had the most disgusting ad on the inside front cover that we have ever seen Kraft produce. A full 2-page ad features a nked man lying on a picnic blanket with only a small portion of the blanket barely covering his gnitals. Show More Summary
ABC Family's new drama The Fosters has been assailed by the group One Million Moms for “pushing an agenda that homosexuality is acceptable.” In spite (or perhaps because) of that, it saw a ratings surge Monday. The conservative group,...Show More Summary
"Dear Joe, ABC Family Channel has several anti-family programs and has now added to that growing list. ABC Family's new show The Fosters is about a lesbian couple and their diverse family. While foster care and adoption is a wonderful...Show More Summary
One Million Moms, an organization founded by the American Family Association, has issued a call to action for parents about a new cartoon picked up by the Hub kids network that features a 12-year-old boy who uses a magic ring from his dead aunt and the key phrase "You go girl!" to become a crime-fighter female superhero named SheZow.
The group One Million Moms has joined the backlash against SheZow, a gender-bending cartoon superhero for kids that debuted in the United States this weekend. Like Focus on the Family, OMM expressed concern that the cartoon would confuse children, but went a step further and condemned the idea that any child should ever aspire to [...]