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This Orangina commercial, with its gay overtones, was banned from French TV for being too "polemic."
Click here to watch the Orangina TV spot that was banned in France.
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It may bave been banned in France, but I'm sure it will be a big hit at the Furry Cons in the US.
27 June 2010 at 04:21 PM
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