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    Does "marketing naughtiness" mean "marketing offensiveness"?

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    Go Daddy is gearing-up to bring to the Olympic Games a taste of the same marketing naughtiness that it brought to the Super Bowl.

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    Go Daddy Olympic ads try to combine sexy with smart

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    Re: Does "marketing naughtiness" mean "marketing offensiveness"?

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    "Naughtiness" here is used in reference to the salaciousness of Go Daddy's previous Olympic ads.

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    Re: Does "marketing naughtiness" mean "marketing offensiveness"?

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    "Naughtiness" here is used in reference to the salaciousness of Go Daddy's previous Olympic ads.
    Thank you.
    That sentence was followed by "But with a little less va-va-voom." Does "va-va-voom" mean "energetic"?

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    Re: Does "marketing naughtiness" mean "marketing offensiveness"?

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    It's just another way of saying "lascivious".

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