Mac’s Convenience Store – Anti-Catholic Bigoted Media Campaign

Dear Sir,

I came across this filthy ad campaign you are featuring in promoting one of your Mac’s Convenience Store products. Apparently this poster is 30 inches by 42 inches.

When I first saw this ad, I thought it was some kind of sick joke.
Apparently, it is no joke. That might explain why I, as a Catholic, am neither amused nor laughing.

As if it needs to be pointed out, this ad makes a mockery of the Catholic faith and borders on blasphemous with your gratuitous addition of the praying goat.

Moreover, the double meaning behind your “WTF?” Froster is also not very impressive. Officially, your product is advertised as “What is The Flavour?” [WTF], but we all know very well what market you are trying to reach and what those three letters stand for among the vulgar and impressionable. It seems your campaign is a real hit. There are reports of school kids coming into your stores asking for the “What the F–k?” Frosters.

I am going to make this a very easy decision for you. Unless you remove your ad campaign immediately, I will make it a priority to initiate a nation wide boycott of Mac’s Convenience stores, and peg your organization as an anti-Catholic, anti-Christian, and anti-religious enterprise.

I have some experience in organizing people. You can read a little bit about my activities here.

I look forward to your prompt response.

Yours truly,

John Pacheco
Social Conservatives United
www.catholic-legate.com

p.s. Readers are encouraged to e-mail Mac’s or call them and express your outrage.

1-800-268-5574
customer.service@macs.ca

10 thoughts on “Mac’s Convenience Store – Anti-Catholic Bigoted Media Campaign

  1. Whats the difference. Mary was after all just a human like us. She might have liked macs if she were still alive.

    Mary isn’t God

  2. No, no, you have it all wrong.

    The Froster is just an icon that represents God in the ad, so the worship is directed at God via the icon just the same as when the Pope bows down to some statue of Mary or something.

    Either that or the Froster has magically been transformed into the flesh and blood of Christ in a way that no human means can detect just like at mass.

  3. God loves you . . .

    Can see that ever-gutsy, ubiquitous anti-Catholic ‘Anonymous’ is still about, too . . .

    . . . and I love you, too.

  4. Heaven forbid the store put a Muslim cleric in turban prostrate in prayer in the ad.
    Far as Mary and being God? Didn’t say she was and the church never has either.

  5. Your description on the top of this blog left out “Humourless, uptight and pious”. You seem to have a deep well of offense to draw from, perhaps you need to live up to the “lover” descriptor and get f*cked, it could possibly release the tension you are so hellbent on releasing on a harmless frozen carbonated beverage ad.

    WTF indeed.

  6. >>Your description on the top of this blog left out “Humourless, uptight and pious”. You seem to have a deep well of offense to draw from, perhaps you need to live up to the “lover” descriptor and get f*cked, it could possibly release the tension you are so hellbent on releasing on a harmless frozen carbonated beverage ad.

    + You obviously need a good, strong man to settle you down, assuming of course, you are a woman. And unlike you, I might add, I have four daughters (and I am not done yet) who will be the future of feminism in this country. Does it make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside that feminism’s future is coming from this mysoginist’s loins?

    By the way, don’t bother spewing your garbage on my blog any more. If you have something intelligent to say, then say it. Otherwise, get lost and save your keystrokes for the gutter sites you write on. They are much better suited for them anyway.

  7. If you don’t like that one, you -really- won’t dig the other Mac’s commercials I’ve seen. Robot sex, puppet gore, and chicken-loving amputees. I guess that all pales to some tame religious imagery…? Maybe they’ll do one with some frisky young boys, to make up for offending the Catholics.

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