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PETA's New Sexy Super Bowl Commercial (NSFW!)

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I guess it wouldn’t be the Super Bowl if PETA wasn’t trying to squeeze another sexually explicit ad into the commercial breaks…

In 2009 PETA’s “Veggie Love” was rejected from airing on NBC because it was deemed “too sexy,” (and this was despite a $3 million offer from the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals)! That ad depicted models in lingerie getting very friendly with some unassuming produce, the slogan being “Go Veg” because “Vegetarians Have Better Sex.”

We would agree with that theory!

As such, this year’s latest Super Bowl commercial seems to be in the same phallic veggie vein (pun intended).

This commercial plays on the traditional casting couch expectation of having to put out to get the job, only this time the ladies are really giving it to some carrots, celery, and broccoli… like, really giving it to them.

Even though an ad like this may not necessarily cause anyone to hop the fence into veggie ville, it certainly is attention grabbing and might bring some folks to seek out more information on going veg, if only for the nakedness of it all.

No word yet on whether or not this is going to make it into your commercial lineup, but we’ve got the video for you below. Let us know what you think!

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