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Correctives: Chocolust!!!

Slap On the Bottom for Moralising Groups

In an outrageous move, selective moralising groups completely ignored a lewd Cadbury advert that advocated bottom-wiggling in front of chocophile sharks after the Society to Outlaw Prurience, Indelicacy and Titillation objected to its public screening.

"This disgusting advert gives rise to strange passions affecting lewd fish!!!" said Sister Hydrophobia, Corrective spokesnun for Aquatic Pursuits.

Sister Hydrophobia wondered why STOP-IT and the Corrective Party appeared to be alone and wonders how anyone can permit such degrading rubbish to be presented as advertisements for susceptible teenagers and the general public.

"On what criteria do they base such illogical marketing? Are they working for the public good or satisfying a minority of civil libertines?"

"This latest libertine advert contradicts what sensible, concerned people had requested to bedecent moral standards in advertising. They should all be spanked repeatedly!!!" drooled Sister Hydrophobia

Sister Malodora
Corrective Party
(06) 3583609

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