A new SodaStream ad starring Scarlett Johansson, challenge of the company and voice the the operating device of your dreams, will certainly be airing during the at sight Bowl—but not in its original version. Executives at Fox, i beg your pardon is broadcasting the game, were fine with Johansson's seductive sipping and also fizzing (who wouldn't be?), yet then they heard the four little words Johannson slips in appropriate at the end: "Sorry, Coke and also Pepsi." Suggestive straw maneuvering, fine, but mess with two of the biggest Super bowl sponsors? no on Fox. So, to make every little thing kosher, SodaStream cut the final line (though you could argue the "scandal" had currently gotten them tons of totally free publicity); you'll see the adulterated version come Sunday.

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The was no the very first time, however, the a food ad has to be trimmed for the supervisor Bowl—or prohibition entirely. We've gathered with each other 15 Super bowl food and drink ads that never ever aired (on TV, at least), ranging in level that offensiveness native "there's method worse ingredient on TV everyday" to "dirtying-the-soul objectionable." Caution: near-actual food porn and/or perhaps offensive content of miscellaneous levels that NSFW-itude ensues.

2013: A Doritos pan submits this bloody, gory, won't-die-without-my-nacho-cheese auto crash saga, in two parts, to a dispute for the chip's next Super bowl ad. Why the didn't make the cut is beyond us.


2010: Bud Light tried to set a record for most swear words squeezed right into a minute-long spot, however the keepers of the Ads made decision they needed a commercial that wasn't totally bleeps.


2010: Bud Light is back, make the instance that human being are willing to offer the shirts off your backs, and also their pants and also their undergarments, because that a cold one. All the nether regions are blacked out, yet this country just isn't all set for Anheuser-Busch's free nudist spirit.


2008: Rolling Rock make the efforts to do a clever pun about cups for beer and cups for masculine protection, yet this advertisement caused so lot vicarious pain for the men on the advertisement board (we assume) that it was ultimately banned.


2007: Our good friend Bud Light is at it again, taking what might be a quite romantic slim dip in between lovers a action too far. Verdict: no in front of the kids.


2011: It's debatable whether or no Chiclets count together food, but this this advertisement proves that if you have the right to put the in your mouth, you can make a questionably funny innuendo around it. Chiclets did that so well, the sign line—"Satisfying—even once he's not"—got the kicked off the air.


2009: PETA collection out to to convince carnivores the veggies space the new sex toys. Yet as this would have scarred many a infant carrot, it was mercifully maintained from the masses.


2014: Left out of every the prohibition beer and soda ads, Lavazza came with with this spot to display that coffee can objectify women, too! Fox agreed.


2013: Carl's Jr. and Hardee's usage their advertising budget to do all your Kate Upton fantasies come true. Their dreams, however, clocked in slightly above a G rating, and this ad was kept from the airways.


2006: Bud Light wanted to see what occurred if you offered a man's tush as a party opener. The results: Decidedly Not perfect for TV.


2009: In trying come appeal come the manly candy-bar-eaters the end there, Snickers suggests that it's it s okay for two males to kiss, Lady and the Tramp style, as long as the kissers perform something manly to consist of for it—because the many macho thing a man have the right to do is take off his shirt and epilate his chest. This it was crooked logic is only among the factors this ad was kept off the air.


2007: Bud Light invents an Apology Bot 3000 that committed in distracting women through beer after your boyfriends disseminate intimate video projects. The Bot to be not powerful enough to excuse the undertones of this ad.


2008: Frito put attempts to to compare bags of Doritos to vital parts of a woman's anatomy. The result: banned.


2011: another fan-fiction advertorial submission, this time saying a new tactic because that upping church attendance through the holy union that Doritos and Pepsi Max. The Catholic Church was not amused.

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2013: Skittles ventures a comparison between their fruity candy and, er, masculine virility. The result: a rainbow that no one want to taste, the very least of all Fox.