Sunday, December 13, 2009

Adultery Ads on Buses?

I found this little gem browsing around LifeSiteNews in my endless quest for wisdom.

TORONTO, December 11, 2009 ( - The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) today rejected a proposed advertizing campaign that woulud have involved wrapping its streetcars with advertisements for the Ashley Madison Agency, an online dating site that promotes adultery.
The advertising plan would have seen one of the city's streetcars wrapped in purple with the phrase, "Life is short. Have an affair," in bold letters running from front to back on both sides. The phrase would also occupy every ad slot inside the vehicle.
And here I thought the atheist ads on the buses were annoying.

An online dating site promoting adultery?  Now we know our culture is going to hell in a hand basket.

Link to the article here.

1 comment:

  1. o-o well that's...rather classy of that online dating site, isn't it? Ugh, just imagine that on buses. good thing they were turned down.