Apparently none of the people in this article are easily offended and one 67yr old complainant is happy to curse like a sailor to get her point across about how offended she is.
Does it ever end? A group of women are upset about a successful company that uses one liners that have been around for years (none are original as near as I can tell) and they are upset because they seem to be aimed at women?
Here's a little factoid for Paula and Wendy, there is an awful lot of crap advertising on radio and TV these days which is aimed at men yet nobody gets at all offended. If these slogans were primarily aimed at men would they be offended? Somehow I don't think so.
There's no quote in this load of Fisher drivel worth repeating with the exception of one from Wicked Campers regarding listening to complaints and his action to address them he said the company had
"employed a team of highly-intelligent, socially-conscious super monkeys to closely monitor the subject matter featured on our vehicles and scream loudly when offended".The duty of the monkeys?
"Satisfying the whims and wishes of the humour-inept, self-righteous moral majority while wearing little monkey tuxedos and funny hats."
To be honest Paula, between this and your pledge card last year you've lost my electorate vote. Get a life.
(Quotes and photos courtesy of The Herald on Sunday online)