Commercials in the U.S. are usually pretty safe to watch anywhere and with anyone. Most of the adult content is generally only implied rather than actually shown. Commercials in Bolivia are evidently not quite as restrained, as proved by a new furniture company ad that is definitely not safe for work. It's almost four minutes, goes heavy on the nudity, and also happens to feature furniture behind said nudity. Make sure your boss and/or children aren't standing behind you, and check it out!

Who wants to go to Bolivia and buy some furniture? The furniture company Corimexo clearly isn't afraid to go bold to try and grab the attention of potential customers, and star Stephanie Herela wasn't shy about showing off the wares. The commercial is nearly four minutes of material that never would have aired in the U.S. unless in the wee hours of the morning with the erectile dysfunction commercials, or if it was adjusted for modesty and spoofed on Saturday Night Live.

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At first glance, the Corimexo ad that is basically porn seems very clearly geared toward heterosexual men. There isn't exactly an abundance of subtlety displayed in the slow panning shots going up Stephanie Herela's body as she is draped artfully over quality furniture being sold at a reasonable price. Still, upon further consideration, it can be argued that the ad also targets a severely underrepresented demographic of consumers. Yes, the commercial should appeal to a lot of guys, but it should also be helpful to the ladies of Bolivia who just love stretching naked over fine leather furnishings.

The leather-loving ladies deserve a commercial such as this one from Corimexo. Not nearly enough companies acknowledge the demographic of those who like to teasingly shed their clothes and crawl all over leather couches. Such women really must have a hard time blindly buying furniture from other stores. Sure, a lot of companies will let customers test out the furniture, but there probably aren't many that would allow folks to strip down and stretch out in the nude. Maybe there are a lot of people who love being naked on leather in Bolivia and this is scientifically the perfect ad. Who are we to judge?

Additionally, it looks like those Corimexo recliners are perfect for women with spine issues. Stephanie Herela was kind enough to show that it's possible to sit, recline, and stand back up with an arched back. Who isn't looking for that kind of ease in such a natural position? And how do we know if couches are comfortable enough to crawl from one to another unless someone shows us?

In all fairness to Bolivia, the U.S. has produced its fair share of bizarre commercials. PETA actually produced a commercial featuring a sex scene in order to promote veganism, which was definitely a thing that made sense. A 2015 Super Bowl ad actually revolved around the deaths of children, and I maintain that the creepiest commercial I've ever seen in my life was the puppymonkeybaby Mountain Dew TV spot. Plus, at least the Corimexo ad didn't make fun of 9/11 for the sake of sales.

Check out our fall TV premiere schedule to see what you can watch on the small screen in the near future, and feel free to re-watch the Corimexo commercial a few extra times if you're really super intrigued by Bolivian furniture sales.

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