I'm not really becoming a prude, but there is a time and place for double meanings, slang, jokes, etc and I don't think commercial TV and radio are the place.
Unfortunately these businesses won't be hurt by my personal boycott as I don't buy their products anyway.
First we have Joe's Crab Shack's "take your top off" campaign. If it were said at a table of adults who were all friends, I would probably laugh. On TV, I object. Don't we all want our little boys repeating this to little girls? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_nMytge1K8E
Next we have Burger King and Sponge Bob's booty commercial. I object to a commercial aimed at kids (BK's kids meal) using the term 'booty', showing the king measuring a woman's backside and placing a right angle on it to show it is square. Burger King is creepy (his face) to begin with. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7gMZ62PsvRM&feature=player_embedded
And last, on XM radio...supposedly commercial free because you PAY to listen to it...a commercial for a male enhancement product with a woman telling men that women want width more than length and this product is so sure you will become wider, they will send you a measuring device. Want to explain that to the kids on the way to school?
I won't even discuss Britney Spears song "If you seek Amy" which is heard as Ef You See Kay Me (read that out loud). I don't pass out at hearing someone use that word, but I don't want to hear the guy in front of me at the check out line use it 4 times in a 10 word sentence, and I don't want to hear it blasting from someone's car into mine in traffic.
Anyone want to take over the soap box now?