Because it's too gay?
I love that ad.....It's so sexy.....
Sorry, Jake. I'm drawing a blank on this one.
Proper bareback - cool.
I'm never too busy to tell people how busy I am - go figure
I think the naked guy's next commercial will be for the opera ! I hope they paid him alot of money for that, because he has been suffering on that horse!
Riding a horse with boxers or in the nude takes nuts, believe me!! Love this ad.
Good post Jake. I could watch a whole evening of ads like that one.
I leaned to far to one side of the saddle to avoid getting wacked in the head by a branch from a Mesquite tree, and got the nastiest leather burn on the inside of my thigh from my crotch to my knee sliding off the saddle as I fell into a bed of fire ants.
I don't know which was more painful, being reminded of that in Jake's ad that he shared, or the run on sentence that I just wrote.
Never regret anything, because in that moment it's exactly what you wanted.
So if not for TV, then for whom did they make this commercial?
Hot ad! love it!
But they show ads like that on TV here! What is the problem with it?
" Lets blow this fascist popsicle stand!" C.Montgomery Burns
I knew I had seen this somewhere before...
Well the FCC would have a heartattack for starters...
Just a mild one...And when they come out of that coma, there's going to be a lot of fines....
I'm sorry to have kept you waiting, but I'm afraid my walk has become rather sillier recently...
No faces? Just the backs of guys riding away on horses with a glimpse of an arse on the last rider?
Ummm, perhaps some guys need to get away from JUB and get out a bit more? It's a pretty boring ad, sorry!
Yeah the FCC would flip over that, but it's okay to show this operation on some guy ripped open stem to sternum guts all pulled out and the doctors working on him with an electric drill because it was on Discover. Those ass cheeks were a lot easier to look at than what I looked at.
I've watched the ad and I don't see anything gay about it.
In SA we have MUCH more gay ads than that on TV.
I never had to cope with being gay, the people around me had to cope with it.