June 16, 2010

D-Bag O' the Day (v. 1.12)—
Free the Dutch Mini-Dress Models!

Apparently, FIFA (or the D-Bags running FIFA) hates attractive women in short skirts.  At least, that's the conclusion I reached, upon hearing that South Africa has arrested two women for taking part in (and possibly organizing) an "ambush marketing campaign" where 30 attractive young women in orange mini-dresses (orange being the Dutch national team color) attended the World Cup match between the Netherlands and Denmark, and were promoting a Dutch beer company.  I suppose it's possible FIFA was merely trying to protect the multi-million dollar investment by its official beer sponsor, Budweiser, but that is a terribly cynical view. 

You be the judge.  Do these women look like hardened criminals?


Of course, I suppose a certain segment of my readers might be able to imagine these fine actresses starring in a romantic comedy based in a Dutch women's prison ...

3 comments:

  1. Prison's do use orange jumpsuits.. so...

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  2. So...is "am...bush" marketing campaign intentional word choice? -dawn summers

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  3. yeah!! the charges have been dropped against the "Orange mini-dress Two"

    http://g.sports.yahoo.com/soccer/world-cup/blog/dirty-tackle/post/Charges-against-Orange-Minidress-Two-dropped?urn=sow,250384

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