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Jingle Bells Has Double Meaning in New Commercial [POLL]

K Marts “Show Your Joe” commercial is causing a Christmas controversy.

‘Show Your Joe’ – Kmart, YouTube

The 55 second spot depicts a group of men in boxer shorts shaking their booty to Jingle Bells, giving the illusion that the jingle bells are coming from between the men’s legs.

The commercial is part of a new advertising campaign for Joe Boxer, a brand of underwear and related apparel sold exclusively at Kmart and Sears, which are both owned by Sears Holdings.

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