Does anyone know the URL of that offensive rear end ad that a number of us have complained about? I'd like to block it. Someone must be sponsoring it.
Here is the "cyst" one: http://hubpages.com/health/Sebaceous-cy … ent-Causes
The "How to Shave " one is: http://hubpages.com/style/How-To-Shave-Your-Buttocks
They are hubs though, not ads.
The 'rear end' looks more like an 'arm pit' on my computer?
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