One Million Mom – iacs Have A “Ship Fit” Over Over Kmart Commercial

I just shipped my bed

So what took them so long?

Kmart (Sears Brands, LLC) has a new commercial where the whole ad is based on the slogan “I shipped my pants.” This double entendre of the s-word is repeated over and over again. Normally, we do not provide a link since One Million Moms does not want to contribute to this filth being spread around even more, but we made an exception this time to show how ridiculous and disgusting this ad really is. Let them know that as a parent and a consumer you are offended. This ad should be pulled off the air immediately. You can also post a comment on Kmart’s Facebook page by clicking here. (Please keep in mind that not everyone on Facebook will have the same view as you. Having thick skin comes with the territory of taking a stand.)

An eight-year-old boy was killed by a shrapnel bomb at the Boston Marathon the other day and all these so-called “loving christians” can do is find moral outrage over a silly commercial?

One Million Moms, ship for brains.

8 thoughts on “One Million Mom – iacs Have A “Ship Fit” Over Over Kmart Commercial

  1. I have not heard an(!) religious representative stand up or out, and denounce the Boston Bombings…… or to say anything comforting to the bereaved!

    The Pope didn’t speak up, not one of the American bishops have opened their hypocrite mouths to offer comfort to the people wounded, nor to the people who lost relatives!

    The only religious response I have seen were the idiots from the anti-gay group who stated they would come over to picket the funerals because boston was pro-gay….. as if we need that kind of rubbish!

    1. Erm, there was a religious response. As an Atheist in Boston, I can tell you that I have a lot of respect for Cardinal Sean O’Malley, who not only flew back to boston immediately following it, but helped in an interfaith service attended by President Barack Obama.
      Don’t be so quick to condemn religion, and do a little bit of research before you say stuff like that.

  2. I found it to be a great commercial. Perhaps TV should be a privilege, not a right. Apparently some people don’t have the ability to watch without judgement…

  3. It’s about time they made a fun commercial. With all the seriousness going on in the world I’m glad K-mart thought outside the box…. Best commercial EVER!!!!

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