There is a birth control commerical that uses the overplayed until it hurts song, "There She Goes," once made popular by the La's [...] this is a birth control pill commercial, so using a song which states, "There she goes, there she goes again..." what do they mean? There she goes having sex? There she goes being a trollop? There she goes but isn't using a protective barrier? There she goes to fornicate with chickens? This commerical boggles my mind. Somewhere, someone ok-ed this. Someone knows this is a fool-proof way to sell mountains of birth control pills and pushed their idea until it became a sad reality.
Many commercials change the words, this one could too:
"there she goes...there she goes again
playing sexy games
and she just can't retain
the semen that remains"
Voice over: "Because she uses the new highly approved Baby Be Gone wonderdrug for women...do not take if you have stomach pain, headaches, legs, diabetes, a pet dog, three ovaries or any health problems what so ever...or if you want to have kids, sometime in your lifetime..."