Wednesday, March 07, 2012

Sex Sells


Sometimes this stuff just writes itself.

"'Advertising on Rush seems to be the logical move, he’s actually a sugar daddy,' Seeking Arrangements founder and CEO Brandon Wade told the Daily Beast, defining the term as an older, wealthier man involved with a much younger woman. 'One of the things we have found (is that) even though a lot of Republicans are not willing to say they embody the sugar-daddy lifestyle,' many in fact do, he said, claiming that 60 percent of the site’s male members say they are Republicans."

We're so far down the ironic meta-parody rabbit hole on this one I'm not sure which way is up.

The Daily Beast: Sugar Daddy and Adultery Websites Reach Out To Rush Limbaugh/3.6.12

6 comments:

sommer said...

Gotta love those family values!

nicole said...

gag me......

Anonymous said...

You can't really blame these websites. After all, they have been quite heavily represented within the Republican primaries, even if you only consider the candidates whose philandering/suggar daddy tendencies have been laid out on the front page.

Claude Weaver said...

Wait a second...

Considering that the only women interested in such sites probably are, for lack of a more appropriate term, sluts (especially the adultery sites), WHO THE HELL ARE THEY ADVERTISING TO?!!?!

I mean, it isn't like they just want a bunch of lonely, horny men getting together online and...and...

Oh.

My.

GOD.

The homosexual agenda strikes again! And now they have Rush Limbaugh!

By the way, no returns, suckas!!!!

(This was a serious question that kinda got away from me really fast...)

Matt Osborne said...

Ha! You said "rabbit hole"

TheReaperD said...

The part that I find to be the saddest of all is that there was a time in my youth that I was a republican and proud of it. Even though I'm not anymore, to see it devolve so badly is really heartbreaking.