When I saw this video I was shocked. When I think of Frosty The Snowman, I think of a jolly little fellow who's laughing and playing with children not promoting porn and bullwhips. I think this video has crossed the line in more ways than one. CBS is behind this video if you can believe that. They believed it was harmless fun. WTH? How can you use a character that is so loved by children and associate him with sex and violence and think it's a joke. What is happening to our country people? We're not talking about about teens who have put this video together, but executives who are paid six digits plus a year who are the masterminds. I use the word mastermind loosely.
I am appalled, I am offended, I'm feeling frosty. Not only do they have Frosty The Snowman talking about going to a strip club, but he discusses breast size, how many women he's been with, and knocking someone up. They have a child calling someone a whore. To top it off, he states that he hits girls and babies. What kind of person would create this type of ad, and who was the idiot that approved it? The ad/video is running on CBS' website and Youtube. Thank goodness they had enough sense to not air it on TV.
Apparently, CBS believed this video was an appropriate way to promote Frosty The Snowman, which will air on their network December 18, and the show How I Met Your Mother. I'm still trying to understand the logic and how anyone could believe this was a good idea. I've been unsuccessful. Both the creator and approvers should be fired. Thank goodness my sweetie is too young to google. Can you imagine your child coming across this video? I purchased a Frosty The Snowman DVD last Christmas for my grandson with the intention of making it a holiday tradition. I loved Frosty when I was growing up. Never in my wildest dreams did I see Frosty hanging out at a strip club, drooling over women's breast or telling someone they should have engaged in sex because they couldn't knock someone up. How can you take something so innocent and turn it into trash?
I'm not a big fan of CBS, but I do watch the network occasionally. I am now questioning this station and its management. Several reporters have tried to contact the station to question them about the video. Phone calls are not being returned. I wonder why? Could it be they are afraid they will put their foot in their mouths when they try to explain the video. While they're trying to pull their foot out of their mouth, someone should put a foot up CBS' ass.
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