Started by tradex7 Feb Posted 7 Feb I thought something was up when we drive past their Witham site few weeks back.
People are encouraged to drop off new school supplies and new backpacks to help families and children in need. Limit one per vehicle, please. NARPRO is partnering with Safe Kids Maricopa County and other local organizations to collect old, expired, and damaged car seats, which volunteers will take apart for proper recycling.
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It's official -- breasts and the prospect of breast augmentation will be used to sell anything. In case we weren't already convinced, a new Fiat ad has made it abundantly clear. The Argentinian spot depicts a couple driving around in their Fiat, parking and subsequently having a heart-to-heart
Photos of a white sports utility vehicle SUV have gone viral because of the offensive and sexist joke plastered on its surface. Spotted this morning at Eton Centris where so many children and families are shopping and visiting. Because of the offensive joke, the post has been shared almost times and has received more than 1, reactions, many of which are angry.
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Police allege that an Anonymous hacker posted a picture of his presumed girlfriend's breasts as a taunt to U. S authorities. Pride in one's lover's bodily parts can lead to a fall in one's own bodily security.
The advertisement created by the Leo Burnett agency in Argentina hinges on diving -- literally -- into a giant cleavage. Developed as part of the campaign for Fiat 's small Palio, the tagline is "The car for the best time of your life. The ad doesn't denigrate women, but viewers are bound to wonder how far you can go in objectifying them. And one thing's for sure, it certainly doesn't focus on the car -- which suggests that Fiat isn't confident of selling the Pialo on its own merits.