From the Marbles - NASCAR

If it's time for the Super Bowl, that means it's time for more Danica Patrick ad silliness. We've already brought you the '80s Weird Science homage ad, and now we've got one you won't be seeing.

CBS has rejected the following GoDaddy ad, for reasons which you'll have to determine for yourself. For those of you interested in such things, it's worth noting that CBS has already accepted a "Focus on the Family" ad featuring Tim Tebow but rejected a "ManCrunch.com" ad spotlighting a gay-dating site. It's your call as to where this ad, entitled "Lola," fits in:


Danica Patrick's banned Super Bowl ad @ Yahoo! Video

GoDaddy was shocked, shocked that the ad wasn't accepted, and made sure via press release that you know exactly how shocked they were: "Of the five commercial concepts we submitted for approval this year, this NEVER would've been my pick for the one that would not be approved," said GoDaddy CEO Bob Parsons. "This is about a guy who starts an online business and hits the jackpot. I just don't think 'Lola' is offensive, in fact we didn't see this one coming -- we were absolutely blindsided!" Uh-huh. And if you believe that, I've got some Danica Nationwide Champion 2010 T-shirts to sell you.

Anyway, there'll be plenty of DanicaMania at the Super Bowl. And it's only just beginning.

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