A billboard ad for a Chicago law firm is actually advocating divorce, and -- of course -- their services in obtaining one. From the article:
The ad is the brainchild of Corri Fetman, who told ABC News' Law & Justice Unit, "Law firm advertising is boring ... Everything's always the same. It's lawyers in libraries with a suit on and the law books behind them. They don't say anything. What, I should hire you because you have a law degree? C'mon. So we wanted to try something different."
Promoting divorce is border-line unethical, critics say. But, hey, if they can actually hook you up with the guy with the six-pack abs or the chick with the huge bosom, is it really all that bad?