The tiny niche of human civilization comprised of men who dress up “fabulously” as women seem to have successfully overtaken the world. From libraries to elementary schools to anywhere and everywhere they can pervert basic human sensibilities of common sense, they are now set to broadcast themselves to the masses in the most-viewed sporting event in America.
For the first time, drag queens will be broadcast in Superbowl ads. On February 2nd, as the Kansas City Chiefs take on the San Francisco 49ers, men in fishnet stockings and horrendous eye makeup will be beamed into the homes of countless children watching the game with their parents.
The drag queens will be featured in an ad for hummus.
Yes, hummus, the middle eastern dish made from chickpeas. Apparently drag queens don’t hurt everyone’s appetite.
The ad features trannies from “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” Kim Chi and Miz Cracker and they will advertise Sabra-brand hummus.
In the commercial, already available on the brand’s YouTube page, “Kim Chi” tries to put a helmet over his Dolly Parton-style wig and says clumsily, “I hope this doesn’t give me helmet hair.”
Hummus. Drag queens.
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