because no one was able to sneak a pic of a scrotum in there. I weep for humanity. *weep* *weep* *weep weep weep*
Here's the problem; marketing people are too stupid to shy away from any possible outlet, even when they end up abusing it or their own brand. When the Internet was new, brands shat all over themselves to scoop up every domain name, sometimes any and all permutations of their name in a URL, just so some average Joe could not come along and, as a joke or parody, take their name and "do something with it." Never mind that no one falls for it, the possibility was there, so idiot marketing shitheads, and they are all shitheads, took up the cause to get all the domain names, and never do anything meaningful with them ever again. I said EVER AGAIN.
Then along comes social media, and all hell breaks loose; now average Joe can, in a matter of minutes, pop up and pretend they are the CEO of Wanker Crisps, or Jerkoff Jerky, whoever the fuck, and it makes marketing garbage get up and shake their skinny hands and spill their lattes all over their MacBook Pros with the little light bar, but they don't know what it's for, and they go and get the more interesting user kicked off, and supplant them with boring, 1st party, garbage. Now they run for cover because their viral, marketing campaign went haywire? I would kick any marketing person square in the nuts, but then they are a ball-less breed of muggle trash, less worthy to be on our Earth than the horrible people in the photos they want to dismiss as not their idea... too late, we know Pepsi loves Pedophiles. It's the choice of a new generation, of sex predators. :P