‘Brosurance’ Ad Creators Target Women in New Obamacare Ads
(NEW YORK) -- Remember that “Brosurance” ad featuring three college aged men doing a keg stand while talking about how great Obamacare is?
The group is out with more ads, but this time they’re targeting women. One of the more provocative ads features a woman holding a packet of birth control while standing next to a man.
“OMG, he’s hot! Let’s hope he’s as easy to get as this birth control. My health insurance covers the pill, which means all I have to worry about is getting him between the covers.* I got insurance. Now you can too,” the ad reads.
The asterisk then goes on to include this disclaimer: “The pill doesn’t protect you from STDs, condoms and common sense do that.”
“Get Your Shots. Shotskis keep us happy. Flu shots keep us healthy. Saving money on flu shots leaves us more money for fun shots,” another ad reads while featuring a photo of five women preparing to take shots from a “shotski.”
And the keg is back with one ad showing an apparently pantless man standing atop a keg.
“Not sure how I ended up here perched on top of this keg. I could totally fall, but that’s OK. My budget will stay balanced even if I don’t, because I got insurance,” the ad reads.
You can see more of the ads here.
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