Mid-December, we told you about a contest featuring some serious man meat, Hottest Bod in the World contest. The results, ladies and gentlemen, are in: the winner, with over 20,000 votes is 26-year-old Jordon Nemitz and he’s coming to Hollywood later this month–in the form of a billboard, to be displayed for our oggling delight…continue reading.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, otherwise known as PETA, is well-known for its controversial, largely WTF? campaigns. Just last month, they got hell (literally) for some ads featuring Playboy model Joanna Kruga naked save for a crucifix. Now, once again exercising their cleverness (not really?), they’re making a point about fixing your pets…continue reading.
Some may say that Carl’s Jr. has pioneered the art of making real-life food porn with pop culture-relevant sexpots. I say they have pioneered the commercials with so many different messages that you’re not entirely sure what is being sold until the end. Remember the 2005 Carl’s Jr. commercial with Paris Hilton? You weren’t sure…continue reading.
Look at those bodies. It’s the final round of Hottest Bod in the World contest, run by Body Heat, a men’s fragrance from Parfums de Coeur. Gratuitous contests like these make life worth living. I don’t know how many countries are represented or whether every hot hunk in the world was given a fair chance…continue reading.
Playboy model Joanna Krupa is all tangled up in a controversy regarding her latest contribution to the expansive catalog of controversial PETA ads. Krupa, a practicing Catholic, is depicted in one PETA’s “Be An Angel For Animals” ads nude with only a crucifix to cover her naughty bits. Another ad features her topless, holding a…continue reading.