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Extenze Male Enhancement / Inappropriate Advertising Time

1 United States Review updated:

My kids and I are watching cartoons when a commercial for Extenze Male Enhancement comes on. It was in the afternoon, not prime time and I've seen it advertised in the mornings also. Can anybody do something to keep these adult advertisements in a more appropriate channels and during a more appropriate time? At least Viagra makes their commercials less obvious and asks you to call or write for more information. Extenze has these losers and their gross spouses dancing and testifying to their uses. We don't need this crap in between spongebob, icarly and family matters. STOP EXTENZE from extending into our family viewing time.

P.O.'d parent!

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  • Tr
      19th of Apr, 2009
    0 Votes

    I've noticed that too. I'm getting sick and tired of being afraid of what my kids are going to see in the middle of the freakin day!

    but don't you dare say christmas!

  • Tr
      22nd of Apr, 2009
    0 Votes

    LOL!!

  • Ni
      24th of May, 2009
    0 Votes

    I agree these disgusting commercials need to stop, it is awful that the channels would allow these dirty commercials just because they are getting paid to broadcast them. Freedom of speech and all, these Extenz commercials have crossed all decency and we all need to write to TV channels and our cable company that we will bycott the channel or drop it if possible if it continues. It plenty of people follow through, someone is bound to listen.

  • Ho
      11th of Jun, 2009
    0 Votes

    Hey kids buy these pills and your schlong will be huge...haha. Be happy with what you got people. These commercials are out of control. I guess you can just sell sugar pills and say that they make your hair grow. Isn't there a law against selling false products?

  • Bo
      8th of Feb, 2010
    0 Votes

    We need to get the local stations to stop the sleazy slop from invading our homes. Otherwise, we will all just have to stop watching TV (there's a novel idea.) It (as well as video games) doesn't promote intelligence, creativity or ingenuity in children's development anyway. Signed, a Boomer who grew up playing outside with kids, riding bikes, and made up games and songs for playtime.

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