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Male Models Twerk Out Christmas Carol With Their Jingle Balls In K-Mart's New Holiday Commerical

K-Mart has redeemed itself after that horrifyingly early Christmas commercial it released two (2!!!) months ago by with replacing it with a sexy new holiday ad. In "Know Your Joe," talented male models thrust and twerk out a charming rendition of "Jingle Bells" using only what's hidden behind their festive boxer shorts. 

These bells might not be on a bobtail ring, but they sure do make our spirits bright!

 

 

 

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I'm inspired to buy joe boxers after 20 years!

I think it is funny and cute. I am gonna get some Joe Boxer underwear and sleep wear as Christmas gifts.

Love it.  Its a commercial people.  Not everything in life has to be so serious.  Lighten up and enjoy life a little.  I think K mart has a great commercial...Nothing wrong with it.

Cute

Can't people keep sex out of Christmas? Ridiculous... What is the world coming to?

My first thought after dying laughing myself..."I wonder how many retakes it took to complete the commercial" not sure how many could do this with a straight face...
 

Okay enough with the bible bashing! If you choose to not practice Christianity that is your right. However, if you don't believe in Christ you shouldn't get to celebrate his holiday ( my own opinion). Also remember when you're saying that this country is sinking so low as to have a religious view on a somewhat risqué commercial, that this country was founded on a solid Christian foundation. We haven't sunken low by practicing religion it's always been that way. Next time lets do a little research before we go starting trouble. GOD BLESS YOU! 

This country was founded on religious freedom. Although it may have been so the first people could worship God and practice Christianity freely, it was also so all people , no matter what religion or lack of religion, could worship or not worship the god or gods of their choosing. Maybe YOU should get YOUR facts straight.

I always love when people say god bless you at the end of an argument. Kind of dumb, because you are making it sound like an insult, or used as something to shut someone up rather than actually meaning it.  And, one of the primary tenets of our country is separation of church and state. We weren't founded on Christianity. Also, if somebody wants to celebrate the freaking Flying Spaghetti Monster, or Santa Claus on December 25th that's up to them.  Do you do Easter egg hunts with your kids, or put out stockings for Santa to fill? That has nothing to do with Christ, but plenty of Christians do it. The great thing about this country is we are technically allowed to celebrate however we want, despite what your opinion might be. You do some research, and god bless you.

That's where you're wrong! Freedom from religious persecution. Not all of our founding fathers were religious. Learn before you throw Christianity around like that. Also, as a Christian myself, I don't celebrate Christmas because he wasn't born then. 

Funny, because Jesus wasn't really born in Dec.  It's just celebrated that day to cover up other pagan holidays.  This from "The Good News"  So Christians, please stop stealing our holiday. 

Biblical Evidence Shows Jesus Christ Wasn't Born on Dec. 25
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Is it even possible that December 25 could be the day of Christ's birth?
Shepherd will sheep and goats.
A shepherd watching the flock of goats and sheep.
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History convincingly shows that Dec. 25 was popularized as the date for Christmas, not because Christ was born on that day but because it was already popular in pagan religious celebrations as the birthday of the sun.
But is it possible that December 25 could be the day of Christ's birth?
"Lacking any scriptural pointers to Jesus's birthday, early Christian teachers suggested dates all over the calendar. Clement. . . picked November 18. Hippolytus . . . figured Christ must have been born on a Wednesday . . . An anonymous document[,] believed to have been written in North Africa around A.D. 243, placed Jesus's birth on March 28" (Jeffery Sheler, U.S. News & World Report, "In Search of Christmas," Dec. 23, 1996, p. 58).
A careful analysis of Scripture, however, clearly indicates that Dec. 25 is an unlikely date for Christ's birth. Here are two primary reasons:
First, we know that shepherds were in the fields watching their flocks at the time of Jesus' birth (Luke 2:7-8)

 Shepherds were not in the fields during December. According to Celebrations: The Complete Book of American Holidays, Luke's account "suggests that Jesus may have been born in summer or early fall. Since December is cold and rainy in Judea, it is likely the shepherds would have sought shelter for their flocks at night" (p. 309).
Similarly, The Interpreter's One-Volume Commentary says this passage argues "against the birth [of Christ] occurring on Dec. 25 since the weather would not have permitted" shepherds watching over their flocks in the fields at night.
Second, Jesus' parents came to Bethlehem to register in a Roman census (Luke 2:1-4)

Such censuses were not taken in winter, when temperatures often dropped below freezing and roads were in poor condition. Taking a census under such conditions would have been self-defeating.
Given the difficulties and the desire to bring pagans into Christianity, "the important fact then . . . to get clearly into your head is that the fixing of the date as December 25th was a compromise with paganism" (William Walsh, The Story of Santa Klaus, 1970, p. 62).
If Jesus Christ wasn't born on December 25, does the Bible indicate when He was born?
The biblical accounts point to the fall of the year as the most likely time of Jesus' birth, based on the conception and birth of John the Baptist.
Since Elizabeth (John's mother) was in her sixth month of pregnancy when Jesus was conceived (Luke 1:24-36)

We can determine the approximate time of year Jesus was born if we know when John was born. John's father, Zacharias, was a priest serving in the Jerusalem temple during the course of Abijah (Luke 1:5

). Historical calculations indicate this course of service corresponded to June 13-19 in that year ( The Companion Bible, 1974, Appendix 179, p. 200).
It was during this time of temple service that Zacharias learned that he and his wife Elizabeth would have a child (Luke 1:8-13

 After he completed his service and traveled home, Elizabeth conceived (Luke 1:23-24

 Assuming John's conception took place near the end of June, adding nine months brings us to the end of March as the most likely time for John's birth. Adding another six months (the difference in ages between John and Jesus) brings us to the end of September as the likely time of Jesus' birth.

Osiris, Adonis, Mithras, and Dionysus were all born on December 25th according to lore, too. And it was a pagan holiday long before it was "your" holiday. We are not a Christian nation and never have been. Maybe google the Treaty of Tripoli? Lighten up and enjoy the commercial. 

HOT DAMN! I gotta get to K-Marts!  LOL 

I saw this on the Hallmark channel.  Cracks me up. 

Why complain just enjoy. seems like very other advertisement is about women dressed in scantly underwear Anyways. it's abut time... very funny.

how far has this country sunk.   a holiday based on our Savior's birth commercialized and celebrated with musical testicles.   just like ignorant comics who show their illiteracy with profanity, non creative advertisers will use the easy road of sex sells.   fail

Thought it was funny, and YOUR! savior not everyone else's and yes it is sad that this country has sunk so low that people like you still buy all the religious mumbo jumbo!

What a   BUNCH of DING-A-LINGS!

Hilarious, but it's not twerking.  Hate how much that word is being used

I love this! I saw it air here in Tulsa, Ok. Makes me and my friend and my grown daughter wanna go to KMart!

i live in a city of 300000 and know kmarts....are they still open?

Laughed my ass off!!!

very funny

this will not show where i live cause i live in the southwest bible belt.

Ok kinda cute but "seriously"....I was a HR person for these guys and I am thinking....."Really"

HA, now we have to see if the Religious Right puts in their two cents, looking for change!!  GREAT AD...

What about the guy on the left. Looked like he didn't shake his boxer?
Very cute ad. Very clever!

So, what they say about black guys really is true!

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.They really can dance!!

Wonderfully funny Holiday inspirational performance.

hahahahaha love it !!!!

When I saw the ad this morning during the news, I had a feeling Instinct would be posting about it... very cute commercial.

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