One Million Moms Outraged Over New K-Mart "I Shipped My Pants" Commercial

Posted: Wednesday, April 17, 2013 | Posted by Chico Brisbane | Labels: ,


One Million Moms is at it again and now they have KMart in the cross hairs over thier new "ship my pants" ad campaign. The moms have issued yet another call-to-action on their website over KMarts new commercial where the ad is based on the slogan "I shipped my pants." which of course is a double entendre of the word shit.


From the One Million Moms Website:

"The entire commercial's dialogue has various people saying ship or shipped instead of the s-word, including a family, a child, a Kmart employee, a senior citizen couple and other customers shopping in the store. Kmart should be more responsible in their marketing decisions. Let them know that as a parent and a consumer you are offended. Please send Kmart an email letter requesting they cancel their new "Ship my pants" commercial immediately!"

I happen to think it's a very humorous ad. See for yourself.



DIALOG TEXT:

"Ship my pants, right here. You're kidding! Ship my pants. You can ship your pants right here. Did you hear that? I can ship my pants for free. Whoa! I just may ship my pants. Yes, ship your pants. Billy, you can ship your pants too. I can't wait to ship my pants Dad. I just shipped my pants, and it is very convenient. Very convenient. I just shipped my drawers. I just shipped my nightie. I just shipped my bed!"

5 COMMENTS:

  1. SnatchTease said...
  2. We already know that One Million Moms is more like 10 moms and their employer at the American Family Association with 3 dozen throw away emails and facebook accounts. They are as relevant to news and politics as jalapenos are to ice cream.

  3. Chico Brisbane said...
  4. It's going to be a classic commercial. I called KMart and told them not to give in to any pressure from One Million Morons

  5. The C Word said...
  6. The group One Million Moms are plain ol' retarded. I wrote the word "retarded" because it applies. Second of all, I wrote it because it would offend them. Win/Win!

    Utilizing and/or suggesting the term "mentally disabled" along with One Million Mom s would be insulting to people with mental disabilities because the people of One Million Moms are far more afflicted.

  7. Anonymous said...
  8. Now they're going after Urban Outfitters.

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