Internet secret-touchings library PornHub "tried" (suuuuuure) to create an ad that would meet network TV standards for the Super Bowl broadcast—the result is a cute, innocuous little thing about amorous elderlies—and now that it's been summarily rejected, everyone on the internet is watching it anyway. Without even having to pony up the millions of dollars it would take to actually get the ad up during the Super Bowl. PornHub wins! Huzzah.

Super Bowl TV network CBS has stepped up its defensive line ahead of this Sunday's big game, blocking a proposed multi-million dollar commercial from Pornhub.com...a CBS spokesperson offered this brief response via email to the website's proposal: "CBS Television Network Standards do not permit advertising related to pornography. Therefore, we cannot accept your submission."

Pornhub Vice President Corey Price said: "The Super Bowl is the Holy Grail of ad spots and given our website's huge following in the US, we developed a G-rated commercial that we felt would meet the network's advertising standards."

This isn't a particularly interesting ad and I don't really give a care about PornHub (and, yes, obv I know I'm dumping free advertising on them exactly according to their plan), BUT. I love crap like this. Rigging the system! It's like strapping a Game Genie on SOCIETY! Nice work, porndogs.

Pornhub's Rejected Super Bowl Commercial [BuzzFeed]