K-FED Sorry about Super Bowl Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company Ad


K-FED is sorry to those who are offended by an upcoming Super Bowl ad featuring him as a fast-food worker. K-FED, who are you kidding? He claims that it was intended to make fun of him. How? By working in a fast food restaurant? Some of these ad campaign people should take a dose of reality pill. The Nationwide execs should be given that same pill. The point of advertising is not to insult others or to go over the top and sensationalize a product. Some of the best ads ever are simple and to the point. Take a look at some of the best Super Bowl ads ever. Here as well.

Truth of the matter is that K-FED is not even qualified to work in fast food, so you are still insulting those that do. Maybe K-FED should go work at Mc Donalds and see what it means to actually work for a living.

“It has nothing to do with anybody in the fast-food industry at all. So, you know, if we’ve offended anybody, I’m really sorry about that.”


Posted February 3, 2007 by
Fun, Sports, WTF | 9 comments

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    9 Responses to “K-FED Sorry about Super Bowl Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company Ad”

    1. mayan_moons on February 3rd, 2007 4:57 pm

      I think this KFed AD is a subliminal message to all Nationwide policy holders that they are going need a second job flippin those burgers just to afford the coming jack up in Nationwide coverage costs coz they had to pay so many claims from the hurricane damage.

    2. Joanie on February 3rd, 2007 5:56 pm

      I know I am going to get hate posts for this, but I think the ad is funny! When I was a $5.15 an hour maid at a small hotel in PA, I used to day dream as I made beds, emptied garbage and cleaned $hitty toilets. It got me through the day. Can’t we just sit back and have a good laugh without psychoanalyzing every little thing?!

    3. Big Lou on February 3rd, 2007 6:25 pm

      24 Hours till SUPER BOWL! GO COLTS !!

    4. Richard on February 4th, 2007 6:05 am

      No offense intended … but who in hell is K-Fed?

    5. Sleuth on February 4th, 2007 12:19 pm

      Richard, if you’re serious….K-Fed is Kevin Federline – Britney Spear’s ex….

      I’m waiting for the clydesdales ad where they raise their hoofs and show they support the Colts (horseshoes..lol)

    6. Sherry on February 4th, 2007 12:57 pm

      People are just too offended these days. The K-Fed ad should be funny. All it depicts is how he was once rich and had it made (doing nothing) with Brittney and now he must work at a fast-food restaurant (which is one of the lowest paid industries)..
      Yep people are just tooo offended these days.

    7. Richard on February 5th, 2007 5:12 am

      OK, thanks. I’ve heard of her ex-husband, but had no idea he was so famed as to have his own shorthand, so to speak.

      Who was it who talked about people who are famous for being famous?

    8. kay zee ess on February 5th, 2007 12:01 pm

      All honest work is honorable.

    9. Brenda on February 5th, 2007 1:32 pm

      Yup…gotta agree that the ad was totally funny! My husband and I laughed out loud.

      Also, it is quite obvious the guys is at least light-hearted regarding himself. The fact he’s not such a great father/husband figure it another story.


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