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Ochocinco goes au naturale in anti-fur ad

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In a season featuring allegations that a high-profile quarterback sent via text photos of a certain part of his anatomy to a former coworker, it’s fitting that a high-profile receiver would land in an advertising campaign featuring everything but the certain part of his anatomy that got the quarterback in hot water.

Bengals wideout Chad Ochocinco, who suddenly is showing up in more commercials than Peyton Manning, appears in a PETA ad wearing nothing but a smile (actually, it’s a blank expression) . . . and a football over his crotch.

It’s part of the “Ink Not Mink” campaign, encouraging folks to get tattoos in lieu of buying coats made of animal fur.

There’s a certain irony, of course, in the fact that an anti-fur ad would use as a prop something made from the carcass of dead cows.

That said, we hope that the oblong clot of cow carcass used in this specific ad was promptly incinerated after the photographs were taken.  We’d hate to think that some kid will be getting for Christmas a “Duke” that was pressed up against Chad’s junk.

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28 Responses to “Ochocinco goes au naturale in anti-fur ad”
  1. ochostinko says: Nov 25, 2010 9:26 AM

    Chad and T.O. are doing everything they can to get attention – except winning football games.

    Amazing how quickly they forget what got their names recognizable in the first place.

  2. godofwine330 says: Nov 25, 2010 9:29 AM

    All of a sudden Richard Simmons wants a football for Christmas.

  3. sippy78 says: Nov 25, 2010 9:35 AM

    Funny for PETA to use a football to cover Chad.

    Making an NFL Football

    Get an inside look at how Wilson makes the Official NFL Game Ball at our factory in Ada, Ohio. As the official football supplier for the NFL since 1941, Wilson workers at the Ada factory construct thousands of NFL Game Balls annually by hand from genuine leather hides. Located approximately 80 miles northwest of Columbus, Ohio, the factory employs only 150 workers whose average tenure exceeds 20 years. Their traditional method of football construction extends more than six decades, standing as a true testament to American craftsmanship.

    REF- http://www.wilson.com/wilson/football/video.jsp?CONTENT%3C%3Ecnt_id=10134198673974607&FOLDER%3C%3Efolder_id=2534374302756199

  4. Florio's Lawyer says: Nov 25, 2010 9:35 AM

    What a buffoon.
    Two years out of football and once the spotlight is no longer as bright, this idiot will be broke and either dead or in jail.

  5. silverandblack666 says: Nov 25, 2010 9:36 AM

    This guy would do anything for attention And you IDIOTS keep giving to him for doing stupid things!

  6. eskinsux says: Nov 25, 2010 9:40 AM

    Pam Anderson wearing lettuce was WAY better use of PETA’s advertising dollars.

  7. silverandblack666 says: Nov 25, 2010 9:55 AM

    I am going to name 25 WR’s that are better than this attention seeker and below average, wanna be football player named Chad Johnson.

    Roddy White

    Reggie Wayne

    Larry Fitzgerald

    Andre Johnson

    Calvin Johnson

    Anquan Boldin

    Marques Colston

    Hakeem Nicks

    Percy Harvin

    Danny Amendola

    Brandon Marshall

    Santana Moss

    Randy Moss

    Wes Welker

    Brandon Lloyd

    Jabar Gaffney

    Steve Smith

    DeSean Jackson

    Jeremy Maclin

    Dwayne Bowe

    Deion Branch

    Mario Manningham

    Braylon Edwards

    Pierre Garcon

    Donald Driver

    Greg Jennings

  8. abninf says: Nov 25, 2010 10:00 AM

    Wow. Talk about a case of ownage. Peta needs to boycott itself. Hotocinco posters will be up in bars all across San Fransisco.

  9. theoriginalcaptainmarvel says: Nov 25, 2010 10:13 AM

    Just for that, I’m gonna make sure my next coat is made of 100% ANIMAL FUR.

  10. gergie1957 says: Nov 25, 2010 10:13 AM

    Isn’t that football made of leather?

  11. steelers6pack says: Nov 25, 2010 10:16 AM

    Silverandblack:
    W here are Hiens Ward, Mike Wallace, Dez Bryant, Miles Austin and Santonio Holmes on your list? How can Percy Harvin, Danny Amendola, Randy Moss and Donald Driver even be on thislist?
    Was the football Ochostinko was holding a pee wee football?

  12. nothimagain says: Nov 25, 2010 10:17 AM

    People are fools for free stuff. Judging by how many people tromple over children and old people to get a free t-shirt it’s fair to assume there’d be no shortage of demand for footballs pressed up against Chad’s junk. Or urinated on.

  13. brasho says: Nov 25, 2010 10:20 AM

    So they have the guy covering up with cow-hide… and they’re saying to get tattoos instead of fur? No thanks, there’s nothing I’m into that much that I went to put it permanently on my skin. I can’t even stand wearing jewelry enough to wear it.

  14. randyinman says: Nov 25, 2010 10:29 AM

    He should have used a mini Nurf ball. Now that would have been funny.

  15. littlesparkplug says: Nov 25, 2010 10:55 AM

    PETA

  16. littlesparkplug says: Nov 25, 2010 10:56 AM

    PETA said the football was made of synthetic material not leather

  17. meatball13 says: Nov 25, 2010 11:01 AM

    The liberal freaks at PETA sure know how to talk the talk…..BUT,by using a LEATHER football,they sure aren’t walking the walk !!!
    How can these nutjobs expect to be taken seriously?

  18. silverandblack666 says: Nov 25, 2010 11:08 AM

    Steelers6pack

    Thank you now I can there are 30 WR’s better than this guy!

  19. lovemywork says: Nov 25, 2010 11:25 AM

    Good for Chad – Nice to see NFL players sticking up for animals instead of fans giving standing ovations & lauding athletes for brutally torturing & killing animals for fun.

    Chad has never been in trouble, never failed a drug test, never spread herpes to unsuspecting women or sat in a bloody dog pit smoking blunts & torturing hurt animals for entainment.

    But people bash guys like Chad for doing the right thing & cheer POS’s like Vick.

  20. piratefreedom says: Nov 25, 2010 11:33 AM

    I’ve said many negative things about TO over the years but it takes a lot of hard work to have a body like that and he is putting up numbers.

    Close to the end though – I wish it was different but there is no substitute for youth.

    As I get older my body keeps betraying me in new and annoying ways and TO is hitting that mid thirties time where that starts to happen.

  21. 90ragtop says: Nov 25, 2010 11:37 AM

    “It’s part of the ‘Ink Not Mink’ campaign, encouraging folks to get tattoos in lieu of buying coats made of animal fur.”

    ****************

    That’s the dumbest effin’ thought I’ve ever seen those clowns at PETA come up with yet. You can take a fur coat off if you want, or it goes out of style, or you get tired of wearing it. With “ink” all you get is a massive case of tattoo regret.

  22. tommytd says: Nov 25, 2010 12:29 PM

    Way to concentrate on the task at hand! No wonder this team is in the dumper.

  23. tommytd says: Nov 25, 2010 12:32 PM

    Get an inside look at how Wilson makes the Official NFL Game Ball at our factory in Ada, Ohio. As the official football supplier for the NFL since 1941, Wilson workers at the Ada factory construct thousands of NFL Game Balls annually by hand from genuine leather hides. Located approximately 80 miles northwest of Columbus, Ohio, the factory employs only 150 workers whose average tenure exceeds 20 years. Their traditional method of football construction extends more than six decades, standing as a true testament to American craftsmanship.
    ==================================
    And none of the skilled craftspeople cranking out these footballs will ever sniff the $$$ this idiot makes.

  24. rayguyreturns says: Nov 25, 2010 3:08 PM

    Why even make these PETA idiots relevant?
    Obviously a case of trust fund babies with too much time on their hands.

  25. juancorsair says: Nov 25, 2010 4:38 PM

    lovemywork says:

    But people bash guys like Chad for doing the right thing & cheer POS’s like Vick.

    Hold on there… PETA is a completely irresponsible group of nutters that has paid for Vancouver area billboards that compared Robert Picton’s victims to pigs in a slaughterhouse, and have been exposed for funding domestic terrorists like the ALF. You may want to consider that before proclaiming that Asso Holo is “doing the right thing” by supporting them.

    As for Vick, no matter how many championships he wins, contracts he signs or endorsements he collects will ever change the fact he is a morally bankrupt, sociopathic lowlife. “Gutless” Goodell is just as big of a jagoff for ever allowing him back in the league.

  26. cup1981 says: Nov 25, 2010 7:46 PM

    littlesparkplug says:
    Nov 25, 2010 10:56 AM
    PETA said the football was made of synthetic material not leather

    ———————————————–

    Unfortunately, PETA has a hole in their claim…. The only Composite (Synthetic) balls manufactured by Wilson are NOT NFL authorized balls as the one Chad is clearly holding is signed by Douche bag Godell…

    http://www.wilson.com/wilson/football/all_balls.jsp?b=nfl

  27. mojodoa says: Nov 26, 2010 6:07 AM

    Florio’s just upset PETA did not ask him to be in the commercial. Florio wants to be pressed up against 85’s junk.

  28. mobuccsfan says: Nov 26, 2010 10:22 AM

    PETA, the Humane Society and several other “non-profit” organizations, while great in theory/concept/idea, are terrible, crooked and many of them, very bad organizations.

    A couple quick hits on some of the other comments…sorry but I know he’s only a rookie and plays for my favorite team, so I’m probably biased a little, but if he holds true and gets better, Mike Williams will be better than Ocho, if not already better than him. Thought he could have appeared on the list above.

    And to point out the comment about Vick…look I love dogs, absolutely love them but I do think people should try to forgive. If people truly make a change for the better and stay the course, so be it. Besides, karma is very real and we all have to face final judgment in the end, and this is coming from someone who isn’t very religious.

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