The Most Despicable Ad Of The Entire Super Bowl? We’ve Got It Right Here

by Jamie Bogert

Yet again, Carl’s Jr., the American burger chain restaurant, has feminists groaning: This year’s Super Bowl commercial features a staff of farmers market dudes swooning over an “all-natural” set of knockers slow-mo’ing their way through the veggie stalls. At the end model Charlotte McKinney takes a whopping bite out of a burger.

These sorts of infamous Super Bowl commercials are pretty par for the course: It’s not surprising that model Charlotte McKinney’s boobs are not-so-subtly replaced by melons, or that a clearly genetically modified apple covers up her buns. Oh look! Some guy makes a pinching motion! How original! Not.

We’re over this kind of ad—and the good news is that many others are too. So instead of showing the sexist Carl’s Jr. commercial on our site, we’d rather you take look at the Always “Like A Girl” spot instead. Ultimately, it’s better for you than a burger anyway.

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