[Warning: The images displayed in the video are quite disgusting, although they are certainly relevant. With that in mind, view at your own risk–LD.]
The United Kingdom has soared back into first place in the cultural meltdown sweepstakes, brushing aside America’s ROTC cadets in ladies’ shoes and the new Internet marketing of lingerie for men.
Britain’s entry is a car insurance ad.
See, this guy has just saved some money on his car insurance. Does he read the notice and smile, and maybe whistle a happy tune? Nope. He dons hot pants and high heels and gets out on the sidewalk where he can show off his pole-dancing moves. In the background we hear some alleged music whose lyric asks, “Don’t you wish your girlfriend was a freak like me?”
Uh, no. Absolutely, positively no.
A colleague in England alerted me to this abomination, observing that men in the UK don’t dare complain about something like this for fear of being branded Homophobic (which, you know, contributes to Global Warming and is Very, Very B-A-D).
Let me repeat a law of nature.
If you kill your culture, your culture will kill you right back.
Go ahead, tell me I’m wrong.
7 comments on “Man–with High Heels, Hot Pants, and Pole-Dancing Moves”
Surely, Sodom nor Gomorrah could not have been this far down the tubes. It is beyond my worst nightmare. Is it any wonder that the world is being judged by its Creator? How could He not judge and destroy?!
The way it’s going, all the Lord has to do to destroy us is to stand back and do nothing.
But that’s not what I think He’s going to do.
Found it hard to pick up on what this was selling at first. Do not watch a lot of ads.
Somehow this is supposed to inspire people to buy their car insurance through the Money Super Market. It wouldn’t work with me.
Certainly wouldn’t work for me either. I would run, not walk, away from this idiotic mess.
This advert is aired throughout the day here in the UK. It is mocking men and traditional values under the disguise of selling good money deals. What a price to pay.
I would say every child in the UK has seen this advert and it is desensitizing them further into a new culture. Its openly abusive really.
The advert actually looks like its filmed in an American city, but the English tones of Sharon Osborne aims it at the British culture.
Among the Left it seems a biological imperative to destroy the male half of the human race.
We live in an age of monsters.