The National Socialist Mustache-Rides-For-Free "Got Porn?" Campaign is one of the most recognized and respected advertising campaigns in the history of such, having earned a place in advertising history, where all the advertising history is historicized. As the "umbrella" campaign for print, radio and TV advertising, as well as public relations, promotions and other bourgeois initiatives that seem to matter but which really don't, the snappy "Got Porn?" message has become one that's been on everyone's lips across the U.S. of A. ever since it was written into the script of an episode of Dora the Explorer during its fourth season. Of course, that was just the tipping of the scales in a profile project that was but a dream to many a few scant years ago. Yet, since its inception over 10 years ago, this fun and compelling message has helped boost awareness of the nutritional aspects of porn, and was the impetus behind expanding the availability of porn to more consumers than ever before.
Porn now competes with an ever-growing number of artforms in a category that is one of the most competitive, most advertised and well funded. Despite porn's being outspent by other art froms, like poetry, in ad dollars, the Porn Processor Professorial Education Program (PPPEP) has achieved extraordinary levels of awareness and education about the health and nutritional benefits of porn in post-secondary educational facilities across the land, through this very humble ad campaign.
Nibbly Thing. Jessica Simpson found her husband's porn stash, and demanded that it be returned to the Vatican where, as everyone knows, the largest collection of pornography and other clandestine literatures the world has ever known are preserved and archived for everlasting posterity. Way to go, Uncle Joe Pope!