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Mar292011

Top 10 Sexiest Lingerie Ads 

Sex sells - everyone knows that. Whether it is an ad for beer, a car or even real estate, the sight of a sexy man or woman will always generate online video sharing.

That's because, like humour, sexiness is a viral trigger - it encourages people to share. 

Dare we say, it's particularly true of men. Give a heterosexual man enough of a look at sexy lady flesh and he’ll be halfway to the shop before you know it. New deodorant? Great. New mobile phone? OK! New treatment for thrush? You are on your own.

You only need to look at the popularity of Emporio Armani's recent jeans commercial, which featured a very lightly dressed Megan Fox, to see what impact sexing up an ad can have.

Even video game retailers are at it now. A recent racy ad for a Tennis video game, featuring a grunting and scantily-clad Serena Williams, has been deemed to too hot for TV and never made it on air. However, unsurprisingly, it has found its niche on the web.

But what about the more obvious sexual content, like lingerie ads? Brands such as Victoria's Secret and Agent Provocateur have certainly owned this space for a long time, but which other ads stand out?

Well, you will be delighted to hear that Meme Machine has gone through the hardships of finding you some of the best lingerie ads on the internet.

Enjoy!  

 

10. Lane Bryant

 

9. Agent Provocateur

 

8. Liaison Dangereuse

 

7. Freya

 

6. Incanto

 

5. Ann Summers

 

4. Enamora

 

3. Fortnight

 

 2. La Senza

 

1. Victoria’s Secret

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Reader Comments (1)

Wow, you seem to be very knowledgable about this kind of topics

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