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Date: Tue Sep 9 [4:18 PM]
Posted By: Mrs. Judy Mayer, Former Loyal Clamato Customer ()
As that once-charming Renee Zellweger once said (before her appallingly slutty turn in that Chicago picture), "You had me at hello." Well, Mr. Clamato, YOU had ME at hello, but then you had to go and ruin it all by opening your big dirty mouth.
I for one do not like the way your recent advertising campaign glorifies this despicable "gangster-rapper" culture that seems to be everywhere today. It's not enough that we parents have to battle this encroaching demon in our children's movies, TV shows, music, and video games, now it must invade the innocent world of their seafood-based beverages?
Your new character, Li'l Clammy, is an even more disquieting corporate pitchman than that donkey who smoked cigars some years back. Just think of the message you and your company are sending to my 9 children, the one on the way, and the other millions of Clamato-loving children out there! You, sir, should be ashamed of yourself.
And you yourself, adopting the vulgar slang of street urchins, like saying that a particular product is "whack." (And don't think that you're getting away with that word's double meaning being lost on me, Mister Guttermouth! I'm not THAT unhip!)
All I have to say to you is, for shame, sir, for shame. If being a common vulgarian is what being a member of "Generation Clamato" entails, then I for one do not want to "get it."
I will be sending you back the remaining 8 cases of Clamato I have in my pantry, and will be patronizing your company no longer.
Mrs. Judy Mayer
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