This is the time of year when fans of the 30 teams that did not make it into the Super Bowl look for reasons to watch the big game. Some of those fans will be rooting against their rival, cheering for a hometown prodigy, or, like most of us, waiting to watch the commercials.
Super Bowl commercials have become part of the game. They cost of one Super Bowl ad can range from $2-3 million dollars for a 30-second spot. That is just a small price to pay for the 100 million viewers that will watch the ad on Super Bowl Sunday.
But what about the ads that get banned?
Is there a place where we can go to look at those ads deemed too sexy even for television?
Well my friends, you are in luck because I have compiled a list of the 15 sexiest banned Super Bowl ads of all time.
The Apology Bot 3000 was actually used more than once by Bud Light in a few other banned commercials. This one made the list because of its unique take on home sex videos.
If only this thing were real, then the world would be a better place.
It is bad enough the dude did not have enough game to keep his stuff on while she took hers off. That is just the first issue.
The real problem is all the guys downstairs taking pictures of his junk. I know there is a female under there, too, but come on man, penis shots? That is a man law.
This is the first of many, and I mean many, Go Daddy.com commercials. They are the whole reason banned commercials are becoming more of a yearly thing.
Before Go Daddy started to make these racy commercials, we rarely saw an ad banned from television. Thanks, Go Daddy!
So this is a great time to change to vegetables, right?
If boys watched this video, they would be lining up to eat their veggies, I guarantee it.
This is one of those ads that did air during the Super Bowl, however, this was the extended unrated banned version for those of us who cared to look at Paris Hilton washing a car in her bikini.
I once found her disgusting, but I might be thinking the opposite after watching that ad a few times.
This was a great commercial response to the wardrobe malfunction situation that happened in the Super Bowl halftime show the previous year.
If you watch this one all the way to the end, you might get to see where the humor was mixed in. If not, no one blames you.
Did you see all the celebrities mixed with the sexy Candice Michelle and Danica Patrick?
I saw a few...sorry but I honestly lost my train of thought as I was watching that ad. Did I just see Candice get champagne poured all over her beautiful body?
Amazing is not a good enough word to describe that part.
When I get pulled over by the cops, I rarely ever get a female cop, let alone one that looks like this one.
How great would life be if all the female cops looked and acted just like this one? It would be heaven on earth, I tell you.
Is it time for us to start paying attention to PETA yet? And when is Pamela Anderson going to finally do a commercial for them that gets banned?
They could have used her during the filming of this porno-inspired ad. I guess it was banned for the same reason all the others were: too much innuendo.
I am still going to drink Gatorade, sorry.
But at least you made a valid point to the world. I think it was something to do with girls and being wet, I am not really certain anymore.
I never expected a car wash commercial to be so racy?
I would like to thank Candice Michelle for all her Go Daddy commercials. Without her, this just would not be a complete article.
I never thought about opening my own website or registering a domain name until after 2005 when Go Daddy was introduced into my life.
I still have yet to do so but I have managed to watch all the sexy banned ads in the meantime.
I labeled this as the best Ashely Madison banned commercial because it is just that.
This commercial takes the term "too sexy" to another level. A prime example would be the half naked porn star they use to act in this commercial, Savanna Samson.
Does anyone have any questions?
I have officially become a vegetarian, but now the problem is knocking boots with a few of those models from this commercial—wow!
The best of the best when it comes to banned Super Bowl ads has to be the Miller Lite Cat Fight commercial.
There were two versions of this commercial, a banned version and a version that aired during the Super Bowl. Thankfully, the banned version is much better.