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Hooters Jokes About Rape on Its Facebook Page

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Yeah. Hold that thought, kid.

I know. I know. Fellas, you all go here for the wings. Okay, now that we have that sage excuse out of the way to clear your conscience, something terribly serious happened at the home of the owl that has most of its female servers wondering, “WTH?” (‘H’ being for ‘Hooters.’)

Despite what is said on CBS’ “Undercover Boss,” many people do believe the women in this fine establishment are being exploited. However, if they want that cash, maybe the servers don’t mind so much: they can almost ignore the handsy drunk dude in the corner while shunning the douchey guy whose wedding ring is clearly in his pocket.

However, when you joke about rape, stuff gets real.

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The 18 Best, Worst and Weirdest Valentine’s Day PR Stunts

Happy Valentine’s Day! February 14th happens to be the world’s greatest manufactured consumerist holiday—a time for marketing and PR departments everywhere to either bring their “A” games or admit defeat, stay home and watch Golden Girls reruns while crying into their ice cream.

You’d think that Valentine’s Day promos would only apply to certain classes of products, but quite a few savvy professionals have figured out how to make the day theirs in alternately creative and cringe-worthy ways. In honor of the holiday, we browsed the trusty Internet to find some of the most unusual romantic PR stunts.

What do we think? Has anyone seen any campaigns good (or bad) enough to match these?