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One Million Moms Claims GEICO Commercial Promotes Bestiality

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It was only a few months ago that the group One Million Moms was upset with Skittles for promoting bestiality!

They were pissed about a Skittles commercial that had a girl making out with a CGI walrus.

So of course when GEICO aired a commercial starring Maxwell the Pig on a date with a girl at what looks like a classic "make out point," One Million Moms were upset.

They are literally upset because they think that a joke about a woman and pig being on a date together is promoting bestiality.

Yeah, this totally makes us wanna go pork some pork. LOLz!

One Million Moms has been eyeing GEICO for a while now, saying:

"A bridesmaid was flirting with the gecko in a different commercial, so this is just becoming a norm for GEICO it seems."

We really don't even have a response. Don't they have anything better to do?

Check out the video (above) to see the commercial that wants to make you have sex with animals. (According to One Million Moms.)

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One comment to “One Million Moms Claims GEICO Commercial Promotes Bestiality”

  1. reverendflash says – reply to this


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    Next thing, the bitches at One Million Moms will say Miss Piggy and Kermit should be banned, too. And why not? Isn’t a pig with a frog as bad as a pig with a person?
    Seriously, there’s a difference between real life bestiality and fictitious couples made up of 1 human and 1 anthropomorphic animal (read: human).
    What would be weirder? Goofy being gay with Mickey, or Goofy being gay with Pluto? I say Pluto, ’cause he’s a friggin’ PET – never mind that they’re both (technically) dogs!