Kraft Mac and Cheese's "Send Noods" campaign has conservative moms clutching their pearls in horror.
Last week, Kraft introduced their new mac and cheese promotion. This promotion allowed fans to send a free box of mac and cheese to a loved one. The campaign was called #SendNoods.
Kraft created a video in order to promote the campaign, with SNL's Vanessa Bayer being the spokeswoman of the campaign.
"In these strange times, people are in need of extra comfort. That's why it's always a nice gesture to send noods so they know you're thinking of them. Noods, I mean. Not nudes."
The campaign was meant to be light and cheeky. Unfortunately, some Stepford wife moms were triggered by the tagline. They accused the food giant of sexualizing a classic dish. Many on Twitter had words for Kraft. Some even threated to switch over to Annie's Orgasmics...I mean Annie's Organics.
I'm a mom and I think this is hilarious! Kraft shouldn't be bullied by those tired housewives. Bring back the campaign! It's needed during these tough times! #SendNoods!!!
I think if those triggered moms had more NOODLE in their life, they wouldn't be so uptight.
Also, how do you sexualize a food dish? Unless you're:
Anyway, if you like this post, #SendNoods!