James Marsden Performs Multiple Sexual Acts with Wolf in Toyota Commercial

Every day I keep an eye on what search terms hit my blog so I understand what type of information my readers are looking for. Today I happened upon an interesting search string:

RAV4 James Mardsen Blowjob

Having never written about the RAV4 (or cars in general, outside of my experiences living in my own), I’m not entirely sure why my site shows up for this particular search. However, it’d be impossible to read such a thing without wondering what car commercial I’ve been missing.

So, I immediately looked up “RAV4 commercial wolves” on Google, to find this gem of a commercial for the Toyota RAV4 hybrid featuring James Marsden:

In the above commercial, James Marsden is out exploring the frozen wilderness in his RAV4 when, as the narrator points out, his jerky attracts a hungry wolf pack behind him.

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The start of an awkward relationship…

Soon, Marsden is hunting with the pack and helping them expand their territory by driving them around in his RAV4 (which is roomy enough to fit the whole pack!)

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Just wait…it gets creepier…

Marsden forms a bond with a wolf named Akaylia, a female name of hipster origin with a lot of meanings around positivity, happiness, and domestication.

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The first kiss…

It’s not long before Marsden starts banging Akalia and takes over the role of den mother.

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Post-coitus…

After having a few cubs in his unholy relationship with the wolf, Marsden begins nursing the cubs at the :20 second mark, though his nipples are clearly covered, and the nursing clearly happens off-camera…

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Money Shot…

And, after impregnating the wolf and forcing his werewolf children to suck the sperm out of his penis, Marsden sneaks away in search of his next adventure.

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Father of the year…

Akaylia is shown to be visibly upset, and her family chases after the deadbeat dad…

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No car will ever take me this far, Toyota…

The commercial ends with the slogan for this clearly intentional beastiality from Toyota: How Far Will You Take It?

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Never this far…

So to answer the original query, yes…James Marsden is clearly getting a blowjob from the wolf cubs. He’s clearly feeding them his penis and nursing them with the protein from his sperm. I have no idea why other sites are afraid to point out what they know they saw. There’s no guesswork involved – this is a very cohesive plot that’s quite simple to follow.

The problem I have now is not so much why this query pointed someone in the direction of my website in the first place, but why in the world was the blowjob the only part of this commercial that raised any concerns?

Also, where is this commercial airing? I don’t have cable nor watch Hulu specifically to avoid commercials, but it’s labeled 2016, so it’s obviously new.

Just when I thought Cyclops couldn’t possibly get any lamer, Toyota found a way. So congrats, Toyota, for purposely creating easily the most offensive commercial I’ve seen in a long time.

And thank you, Google, for recognizing this is indeed a query I’m equipped to answer, because nobody knows more about taking things too far than I.

Brian Penny SmurfBrian Penny is a former Business Analyst and Operations Manager at Bank of America turned Whistleblower, Troll, and Freelance Writer. His work has appeared in High Times, Huffington Post, Hardcore Droid, The Street, and Fast Company.

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20 thoughts on “James Marsden Performs Multiple Sexual Acts with Wolf in Toyota Commercial

  • February 3 at 5:18 am
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    I discovered this post in an attempt to understand the wolf cub bj situation myself, and I’m sitting here in tears from laughing so hard while reading it. Thank you so much. I knew I wasn’t alone.

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    • February 3 at 5:22 am
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      Glad I could help. It’s always been my dream to be known as the internet’s expert on strange wolf/human relations… 😉

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  • February 4 at 4:32 pm
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    I called and spoke to someone at Toyota yesterday regarding this commercial. Told them I would have loved to have heard the conversation regarding the premise of this commercial. I can just hear someone say “You know what demographic of people aren’t buying our cars? People who are into Beastiality!” (cheers, cigars and pats on the back) However, for the mother of three boys who has to try and explain this commercial….HUGE FAIL!!!! As for James Mardsen, why the hell would he want to even look as though he is nursing wolf cubs? Not to mention the classic “O” Face and then stumbling back to the car….. JUST GROSS!!!

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    • February 4 at 5:24 pm
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      I’ve thought about that and wonder whether or not he even knew what it was he was acting out. I’m a 35-year old without kids, so I’m not personally offended by the commercial, but I am surprised it’s where they went with their marketing campaign for exactly the reason you stated. That’s why I wrote the blog. I can’t stand when everyone pretends something didn’t happen that we all know we saw. Sure it was just implied and wasn’t shown graphically on screen, but it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to understand the image we were meant to form in our heads. It’s like saying the phrase “the n word” as though we don’t all know what n word it was you meant to say. You may as well just say what you mean and mean what you say. I’m not necessarily surprised that the creatives at a marketing agency created this idea, but I’m disappointed in every media outlet who pretend it didn’t happen as though we’re all complete idiots who are incapable of understanding what we saw.

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  • February 6 at 3:55 am
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    I thought I was the only one to notice the nasty in this commercial!

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  • February 6 at 3:57 am
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    I thought I was the only one to notice the nasty in this commercial! Not offended at all, and couldn’t help but laugh and tell all my family and friends.

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  • February 6 at 4:22 am
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    I see this commercial about 10 times a day. I found your article because I was wondering if I was the only person grossed about this.

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  • February 7 at 9:19 pm
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    I was wondering if anyone else found this commercial disturbing? Now if I go buy this RAV4, is it going to make me try to have sex with forest animals? That seems to be the direction it is headed. I really dont want a vehicle that makes me wanna love up on my neighbors cat or dog or horse. Why would you buy a Toyota after seeing what can happen to you? Time for a new marketing firm at Toyota. Maybe Porsche could promote prostitution in their next commercial, by showing how easy it is to get hookers in a cool car. Its better than beastiality.

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    • April 5 at 5:39 pm
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      This commercial has gone ‘over the top’ in grossness and is the epitome of disgusting! Why on earth would any firm want to gear their advertising toward bestiality. When he stumbles away bent over from the ‘suckling’ it makes me physically ill. I own a Toyota..
      My next vehicle will NOT be a Toyota.

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  • April 6 at 3:41 am
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    I love the commercial, there is a sense of humor to it. and talking about him banging the wolf, and his tits and so on, geez lighten up dude. Look at the beauty in the scenery and the animals and quit the sex crap and suggestive idea’s you have written about, chill out and see the beauty in the commercial.

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  • April 7 at 1:16 pm
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    I would rate the commercial as an epic fail. Yes it has generated buzz but I talked to several people about it this morning (it was the topic of an office discussion) and no one, myself included new what the product was. I was pretty sure it was a small SUV but honestly thought it was a Lexus. Generating buzz is a good thing for a commercial but only if it makes you remember the product. Everyone knows Puppy Monkey Baby is about Mountain Dew Kick-Start. They even tied it to the product with the tagline “three things in one.”

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  • April 7 at 4:59 pm
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    Brian Penny, I wish you could have heard my belly laughs tonight, while I was reading this blog. IMHO, you totally nailed this commercial! I’ve been seeing it and thought I was seeing this steep suggestion of a man\wolf pairing and thought I was having some off the wall interpretation, maybe a hallucination. So, decided to Google it and see if anyone else saw the beastiliality hinted at, which brought me right to your blog. This is so weird for a major car company to do this…

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    • April 7 at 5:17 pm
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      Thanks, Patti. I’m glad I could reassure you that you’re not just seeing beastiality in random places. You’re not sick – just observant 😉

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  • April 10 at 2:20 pm
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    I THINK A LOT OF COMMERCIALS ARE CUTE OR FUNNY, THIS “WOLF” SEXUAL RELATIONSHIP IS DISGUSTING, WHAT DO YOU SAY TO KIDS THAT ASK WHAT’S THE PUP’S NURSING OFF OF?? JUST POOR TASTE.. SEX WITH ANIMALS, WOW TOYOTA REALLY?? ABOUT AS STUPID AS AD OF THE GENERAL INSURANCE SELLING TO COOK DURING ROUND UP IN THE OLD WESTERN TIMES OF HORSES-DUH!! YOU HAVE MORE CLASS THAN TO PROMOTE SICKO’S ABUSING ANIMALS!! HIGHLY DISAPPOINTED IN YOU COMPANY.

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  • April 16 at 2:26 am
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    Just the fact that they’re reaching this far makes me wonder if they’re having financial difficulties or just trying to be gross.

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  • April 25 at 10:32 pm
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    i am pretty sure it’s meant to be a joke, but perhaps i am wrong?

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  • May 24 at 4:28 am
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    I also found the commercial disturbing. The first few times I saw saw this commercial I heard “nursed their young”, but then it seemed to me that Toyota tried to sanitize the ad by clipping the “r” from “their”. Did anyone else notice this?

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