We're all familiar with the old adage "sex sells," and we're accustomed to living in a world where certain products -- such as beer, underwear, and cars -- are inevitably sold with a whiff of sexual innuendo.
But we've gone a little too far, because now we're getting more and more companies trying to use sex appeal to advertise products and services that have basically diddlysquat to do with diddling.
4 Coffin Company Markets Itself With Boobs
"It's what Grandma would have wanted."
The owner of Lindner Coffins has fended off accusations of tastelessness by claiming that he wanted to "show the beauty of Polish girls and the beauty of our coffins," and insisting that a coffin is "furniture, the last bed you'll ever sleep in." According to the calendar's (not safe for work) promo page, the 2014 theme is "nature, which we express with perfect harmony between Lindner coffins and natural wood."
He then elbow-nudged everyone in a 3-mile radius while saying, "Heh, get it, get it?"