Kerry used to be quite the party girl back in her day. It seems age has made her
This statement was posted on the Wicked Campers’ website last year after a complaint from Women’s Refuge: “We employed a team of highly intelligent, socially conscious super monkeys to closely monitor the subject matter featured on our vehicles and scream loudly when offended. Moral Monkey Squad are dedicated to satisfying the whims and wishes of the humour-inept, self-righteous moral majority while wearing little monkey tuxedos and funny hats.”
That’s his strategy and it’s not a bad one. If you don’t find the “Lads! Lads! Lads!” type of puerile, sexist humour amusing, you’re a thin-lipped prude who is either not getting enough (women) or is gay (men and women).
You find yourself having to defend your own sense of humour and that always sounds a bit desperate.
The “hey, chill out, bro” faction advises people to just ignore the vans and their slogans.
It’s a little hard to ignore a large slogan painted all over the back of a van when you’re crawling along in Easter holiday traffic.
Imagine heading away with the family this weekend, getting stuck behind one of Webb’s campers for 40-odd minutes and having to explain to your 7-year-old daughter what various sexual acts are. Or explain the meaning behind: “In every princess there’s a little slut who wants to try it just once.”
Or why every third ad on the car radio is about men’s sexual dysfunction, or why some streets seem to have an awful lot of masseurs. Or why most of their friends live at two houses with mum and someone and dad and someone. Read more »