If I Ever Got This Friend Request I’d Delete My Facebook

Averve:

What’s the best way to scare a guy into using a condom? How about sending him a creepy Facebook friend request from the baby he might have if he doesn’t use one? Brazilian agency AGE Isobar organized just such an insidious campaign for Olla condoms recently, as outlined in the case-study video below. The agency apparently targeted specific guys and created actual Facebook profiles for their unborn children (by tacking “Jr.” on to their names), who then attempt to friend Daddy. Kind of a clever idea, though labor intensive—and surely against Facebook’s usage guidelines.

 

I don’t need Facebook bad enough to be accepting friend requests from my future children. Delete that shit, lay low for a while, and good luck on your quest you little bastard. In all seriousness though what a dumb idea. If my brain didn’t tell me to use a condom, then what makes you think it’s going to tell me to think about recent friend requests I received on Facebook. Besides, everyone knows it’s impossible to get a girl pregnant if she’s on top. It’s pure science.

Seattle Seahawks QB Strikes It Rich!

Now this is how you market your product!!!

Let’s face it, the Seattle Seahawks are a frigging joke, and quite honestly, I wouldn’t be surprised if this was the last time you ever read about them on the entire web.

But, for being so awful, QB Tavaris Jackson actually won a prize.  NuVo condoms are sending him a box of condoms as part of their ‘extra protection’ program.

Jackson was the most sacked (5) QB of week one, so he is the lucky winner.

NuVO plans to keep this campaign up all year.

What a great idea, the last thing we need in this world is for another NFL player to end up with 7 children with women from different states, a la Antonio Cromartie.

Here is a recent Cromartie family Holiday Card: (Don’t be a fool folks, wrap your tool!)