22 thoughts on “Not safe for work: iPod Sports Illustrated Photo

  1. Typical photo done in bad taste. Why are so many people infatuated with blondes? I think blondes look cheap 99% of the time.

    They should have used a latina model. Beautiful latin women are always better looking than white, trashy blondes.

    Penelope Cruz would have made the photo 100% better. I also think they showed too much flesh. It would have been much more elegant had they left more to the imagination.

  2. Typical photo done in bad taste. Why are so many people infatuated with blondes? I think blondes look cheap 99% of the time.

    They should have used a latina model. Beautiful latin women are always better looking than white, trashy blondes.

    Penelope Cruz would have made the photo 100% better. I also think they showed too much flesh. It would have been much more elegant had they left more to the imagination.

  3. Dr. Internet: you should do your homework and look at what I used the term with yesterday. But don’t let the facts stand in the way of telling an interesting story.

  4. The Shuffle is marketed as a clothing accessory with the tag line “Put some music on.” The SI shot should have used a Shuffle to be true to the brand. And to have an even less work-safe photo.

  5. The Shuffle is marketed as a clothing accessory with the tag line “Put some music on.” The SI shot should have used a Shuffle to be true to the brand. And to have an even less work-safe photo.

  6. no, Zune did this first. but in typical Microsoft fashion, they did it with a dude. and a brown Zune. wasn’t nearly as effective.

  7. no, Zune did this first. but in typical Microsoft fashion, they did it with a dude. and a brown Zune. wasn’t nearly as effective.

  8. I totally agree with number 1. Also that Microsoft’s marketing so TOTALLY sucks…why can’t they get this sort of product placement for Zune.

  9. I totally agree with number 1. Also that Microsoft’s marketing so TOTALLY sucks…why can’t they get this sort of product placement for Zune.

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