(04-06-2011 07:17 AM)Dimwitted Fool Wrote: The Jenny McCarthy one was even wierder, but didn't have these two losers in it. And there was that odd one with all the pink baby carriages lined up with that one guy joining the cause-- undoubtedly in the mistaken hope that he could finally get laid.
"Candies Foundation"? The shoe company? Some quick goggling shows it is, and that they paid Bristol $265,000 for that and who knows what else. No word on what "The Situation" got for his part.
I'm really getting getting sick of instant celebrities who, in a just world, couldn't keep a job pumping gas but are cashing in on their uselessness.
So true. If Bristol hadn't been who she is and had the advantages that go w/it, she'd probably be working in a Wal Mart or some such place. Which is yet another reason why I think these ads fail.
Setting the abstinence message aside for a moment (which btw is a ridiculously impracticable one, in and of itself, imo) how many single teenage mothers does anyone know who can make $265k in one year? If the people producing these ads want to show the true realities of being a young single parent, why not choose someone who is truly
representative of that demographic?