Is Gay Cruising the Next New Trend in Advertising?

Screenshot of CURE Auto Insurance YouTube video “CURE Auto Insurance – Eyes on the Road”

Car accidents happen, whether it be a little fender bender or something more serious, auto insurance can be a lifesaver in such situations. It’s important that we as drivers keep our eyes on the road to avoid crashes, and while other auto insurance companies have had some interesting commercials (I’m looking at you, Geico), the most recent commercial for CURE Auto Insurance was, well… unprecedented is probably the right word.

Looking back, I’ve seen some weird commercials in my life. Just picture literally any Old Spice or Skittles commercials and maybe chuckle at their strange humor. The ad for CURE Auto Insurance isn’t weird per se, but it was definitely unexpected. The commercial urges drivers to keep their eyes on the road by using two men in a salacious situation in a public restroom as a metaphor for safe driving.

I’ve talked about it for far too long, so here it is in all its cruisy glory:

 

2 thoughts on “Is Gay Cruising the Next New Trend in Advertising?”

  1. Hey Philly Frank,

    It’s always great to get comments from readers. Especially when they are informative and polite and add to the conversation. But why did the guy choose a urinal next to another guy with all of those other ones being empty? A little cruisy don’t you think?

    And here’s a rewrite of your comment.

    This joke is because #9 jersey belongs to QB Nick Foles, a.k.a. Big Dick Nick. He’s packing something so big it’s hard not to look at. It’s not about cruising in a bathroom.

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  2. I can’t believe how ignorant you are. #9 jersey belongs to QB Nick Foles aka Big Dick Nick. This is a joke because everyone knows he’s packing something so big it’s hard not to look at. It’s not about cruising in a bathroom.

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