Super Bowl 2014 Ads are Too Clean

Super Bowl 2014 Ads are Too Clean

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What happened to the Risqué in Super Bowl Ads? What happened to dirty jokes in Super Bowl Ads? The Super Bowl 2014 Ads are squeaky clean. Too clean?

There have always been funny Super Bowl ads, cute baby or animal commercials and hot sexy ads. The latter are completely missing in this year’s Super Bowl ad line-up. It is not just GoDaddy that decided to drop Risqué and scantily glad models. Suddenly the naked male skin is dominating. David Beckham and Bodybuilders show off what they got and not hot models like Adriana Lima or Natalia Velez.

Just watch the GoDaddy Bodybuilder Super Bowl Ad that has a herd of mostly male topless bodybuilders.

Then there is of course David Beckham who will strips down to his undies or even lose these in the H&M Super Bowl 2014 Ad. Another topless male with stunning muscles can be seen in the Toyota Super Bowl 2014 Ad. Terry Crews lets his pecks dance. So what is left to ogle for straight males in Super Bowl 2014 Ads? So far it is only Scarlett Johansson as she sips her homemade soda in the sexiest way possible. Watch the uncensored SodaStream Super Bowl ad below.

Beside the Risqué, dirty jokes are also gone. The Super Bowl 2014 ads are still funny, but there are only clean and family friendly jokes. There is only some minor dirtiness going on in the Dannon Oikes Super Bowl 2014 Ad.

Is the new cleanness of Super Bowl ads a good thing? For me something is missing. There is also no ground for any controversy. I hope Super Bowl advertisers will risk more again next year.

Watch the surprising RadioShack Super Bowl 2014 Ad below.

Super Bowl 2014 is history and it ended with a historic win of the Seattle Seahawks. The big game will be played in the Metlife stadium in East Rutherford. It was the first outdoor, cold-weather Super Bowl but not the coldest in history. Watch all Super Bowl 2014 commercials in our Super Bowl 2014 Ad Gallery. Check out the complete list of Super Bowl 2014 Advertisers.

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