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01/29/2009 06:23 PM ID: 76635 Permalink   

Sex, Beer, and a Pack Of Peanuts

 

Spirit Airlines has begun an ad campaign using double entendres and humor to sell tickets. They have also started selling advertising space on flight attendant service aprons.

The new ad suggests that people will enjoy Double D's (Deep Discounts) and for you Hawaii travelers, MILF (Many Islands, Low Fare). Bud Light has purchased an advertising patch which is put on the aprons.

Although they have received good responses from passengers, the union is arguing that patches undermine a flight attendant's ability to cut drunken customers off. The patches may also be offensive to some employees.

 
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  What will the 'stewareds' wear?  
 
GAY (got aids yet?)
 
  by: sublimesj   01/29/2009 06:46 PM     
  Hmmmm  
 
and here I thought MILF was something altogether different..LMAO
 
  by: Hytekhik   01/30/2009 01:24 AM     
  Good for them  
 
and F the union. One of the main reason this country is running in reverse is that we have to have a meeting to discuss the possibility of offending someone before we can sneeze.
I take a crazy assed approach to advertisements that are offensive to me... I don't trade with the offending business. I know, I'm weird, but hey... we can't ALL be "normal."

BB
 
  by: bbeljefe     01/30/2009 02:48 AM     
 
 
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