Seth MacFarlane Writes and Directs Ad Too Racy for Axe to Promote (VIDEO)

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If you’ve seen Seth MacFarlane’s film debut, Ted, then you know that it’s both hilarious and irreverent. How irreverent? Let’s just say he tosses around 9/11 jokes like we here at TFM pass around butt pee pictures. Also seeing a teddy bear slam some “Quinzee” swamp donk in a grocery store stock room and that fat kid get punched in the face by Marky Mark was pretty excellent too. It’s basically Seth MacFarlane uncensored and unrestrained, and it’s awesome.

Because Ted is insanely popular, its $54 million opening weekend was the largest ever for an R-Rated comedy, Axe decided to ask MacFarlane to write and direct a Ted themed ad for their hair products. Great idea. Except MacFarlane made it too racy, and now they’re having trouble finding the right channel to promote it through. Personally I’m a little surprised by this, if only because every Axe commercial I’ve ever seen has all of its actors and actresses getting to at least second base with each other, but whatever. The commercial is hilarious, it’s sort of like When Harry Met Sally meets Care Bears, which turns me on WAY more than it should.

Without further ado, Seth MacFarlane’s too hot to air Axe commercial.

To be honest if a restaurant’s ambience included screaming female orgasms, I’d probably go there for the ambience.

Rob Fox

Rob Fox (né Bacon) is Director of Video Content and a Senior Writer for Total Frat Move, Rowdy Gentleman, and Post Grad Problems. He is a graduate, without honors, from the University of Missouri. His fake best-selling novel series, The Frat Romance Novel, has been self-described as a "pioneering achievement in satirical erotica." Rob is originally from St. Louis, and currently lives in Austin, Texas. He still has not admitted to his family what he does for a living, and is prone to having wet nightmares ever since losing his virginity in a haunted house. Email:

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      It’s also one of those liberal made shows that portrays the male figures as complete dolts, and the women as the logical thinking voice of reason. While we here all know that couldn’t be further from the truth, many people buy into this attempt to empower women and encourage them to essentially be the man in the relationship. Liberalism is simply an attack on Christian values at all fronts.

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      ^^ Sorry, FirstpostOX, but I just don’t buy the “Christian values” that everyone on this site seems to have, since they’ll also talk about perpetually womanizing and constantly getting wasted.

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      ^^So basically, you can go out and get blacked out every night, have sex with different women all the time, and yet call yourself a “conservative,” politically and socially? And then, say you have strong Christian values? Please… That is a hypocracy if I have ever heard one. Since when are people like that so Christian? I’m not buying it.

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    Seth MacFarlane can lather himself up in petroleum jelly and slide himself up into Pamela Anderson’s Grand Canyon of a vagina, mercilessly shitting himself and peeing in her womb until the uteral tearing he inflicted due to his presence becomes infected and she dies a slow death due to blood poisoning. Then Seth will be forced to spend his last waking months nibbling at the rotting flesh of a diseased uterus in an attempt to sustain himself, eventually perishing in a similar fashion, as bowel fluids and septic drip infect his own sores incurred from living in a corpse.

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