Big Surprise That Heinz Would have a “Gay” Ad
From 57 states to a clearer definition of one of the Heinz 57 varieties, the left is at it again. This time it’s the international left
An advertisement run on British television for the company's New York Deli Mayo featured a man who children called "mum," a kiss between two men and the closing words – from one man to another – “Love ya! Straight home from work, sweet cheeks."
After receiving a reported 200 complaints about the commercial, Heinz pulled the ad from the airwaves, less than a week into its expected five-week run.
Nigel Dickie, the Heinz UK director of corporate affairs, told the London Times that the ad "was intended to be humorous and we apologize to anyone who felt offended,"
WorldNetDaily reported, “Whether the advertisement was meant to depict a homosexual household, or simply the company's implication that using the product is like having a New York deli man in your kitchen, remains a water cooler mystery.” However, the kiss wasn’t necessary to convey what could have been a very humorous, tongue-in-cheek commercial. This is one of those things that is being done to put homosexual activity in a light that makes it overlooked because of the humorous way it was portrayed.
And in one of the most ridiculous twists, complaints were registered that the commercial was unsuitable for children to view. However, the ad would have been banned from running during children's television programming because of UK laws that restrict commercials for products high in fat, salt and sugar.
So, as long as it was and ad about celery or lettuce, kids would have seen it. The UK’s nanny state is really getting it’s girdle twisted.
Again, what people do in the privacy of their own homes is their business, but don’t EVER claim a New York deli man would ever kiss anything besides a beautifully robust wife. Besides, I have never heard “FUHGITA BOUT IT” spoken with a lisp.
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