I'm almost embarrassed to say it, but I'm sort of turned on by Flo from the Progressive Insurance ads. Is this infatuation wrong? Should I seek counseling over wanting to consummate my internal passion for a slightly annoying woman who sells car insurance on TV ads? Flo -- of Progressive Insurance ad fame -- is so annoying it's almost sexy. Garnishing an extremely enthusiastic personality, heavy makeup, tricked out name tag, and retro hairdo, there's something about Flo that just does it for me, when she spews out phrases like, "And we're walking
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Camp 2 is correct. Of all that's on TV - sitcoms, drama, news, etc. Yep, defintely more Camp 2 than Camp 1. Sad thing is she'd probably not give me the time of day. I am offended by your cheap attempt at helping George Soros make more money by helping market his company Progressive. Camp 2. Definitely, Camp 2. She's my type of girl. Cute, perhaps nothing special, but that makes her even better.
It's difficult to go an entire day without coming across a Progressive Insurance advertisement and subsequently, their spokesperson; a chipper young lass by the name of Flo. Television spots, full page magazine ads, website banners, radio…she's everywhere! And, as a male, I am biologically obligated to mentally have sex with her. How would it go? What would it be like? Flo is a pretty bland girl. She has no distinctly feminine body structure since she dresses all in white with a smock, and she is so damn happy and upbeat, you'd figure the sex would be really encouraging. Even if you prematurely ejaculated she'd probably give you a reassuring pat on the back. But a pre-jac will be most unlikely considering her pansexual features. In fact, all we know about Flo is that she loves the company she works for and everything else would come a distant second in her life.