Apparently, Colorado Springs residents are living in a giant, snow-covered conservative shell.
According to Yahoo News, bus shelter posters advertising the touring production of “Avenue Q” were rejected because they showed puppet cleavage. That’s right, fuzzy pink puppet cleavage was deemed too racy for the town.
The promotional posters were replaced by one showing the face of another puppet. But I don’t see why they even bothered. If the image of some fuzzy boobies was seen as inappropriate, the play itself is going to knock their cotton knee-highs right off.
I bet they wouldn’t like the song “The Internet is for Porn” and they’d probably hate “You Can Be as Loud as the Hell You Want (When You’re Makin’ Love)”.
Most of all, I can’t imagine Colorado Springsians enjoying “My Girlfriend, Who Lives in Canada”, specifically the last line. (I can't write it out. Just click here. Are you back? Eeek!)
Lighten up, Colorado Springs bus shelter advertising company people. It’s only a puppet. With a nice rack. You’re probably just jealous because your wives' cleavage looks more like this…