An ad depicting puppet cleavage has been banned in a Colorado city. Is it time to take on all sexually inappropriate puppets?
Momlogic's Momstrosity: Posters for a touring production headed for Colorado Springs of the Broadway musical show "Avenue Q" have been rejected because they show too much fuzzy puppet cleavage. The hit revue, which is not intended for children, features Muppet-like characters belting out risque songs. The breast bearing poster even comes with the disclaimer: "Warning, 60 percent adult situations, 40 percent foam rubber."
Guess the ratio didn't please Lamar Outdoor Advertising, the company that pulled the ads. Says a rep, the company decided to take a "conservative approach in Colorado Springs" because of the family and Christian organizations headquartered in the city.
Hold the phone people. If we're going to start censoring puppet's naughty pillows (ironically made out of some of the same materials as actual pillows), there is another culprit that's been appealing to our prurient interests since 1969.
Kermit the Frog has been appearing sans clothes for decades. Hope he's not planning a vacation to Colorado Springs anytime soon, or they'll run his little green ass out of town! And check out the pair on Miss Piggy -- sheesh! The people of Colorado Springs apparently can't handle a puppet decolletage. Has no one in that town has ever seen "Jersey Shore??"