--"[The] commercial [that] showed a women kissing a nerd: It was disgusting!!! My grandchildren was watching that! I had to hurry up and grab the control!!! . . . And also that raunchy Beyoncé girating her $*$&%! in front of the cameras, and that is entertainment!"
--"I am appalled at Beyoncé's performance . . . she basically humped the air, simulating sex for 13 minutes. Completely inappropriate as family entertainment."
--"[Beyoncé's] outfit looked like it came out of a sex shop or a [porno] video. Her breasts protruded out, her butt almost completely showed . . . she wore hooker boots . . . and danced like she was in a strip club . . .
--"If I wanted my kids to love sluts, [and] learn how to be sluts, I'd take them to places so they can learn slut culture. However, I wanted them to enjoy American culture of football."
--"Beyoncé was dancing in a stripper-like provocative way in erotica fashion, opening her legs multiple times right in the cameras so we could see her crotch in tight leather undergarments."
--"There is NO REASON whatsoever for pelvic thrust dancing on national television . . . ever, much less by scantily clad women."
--"The commercial with the old people making out & the old guy plastering his chest on the window of the restaurant was uncomfortable . . . another channel changer."
--"If this performance was family-friendly, why not allow it for the Presidential Inauguration festivities?" (???)
(Go to Deadspin.com to read over 48 of the "thousands" of complaints)
Some of these are actually hilarious, but do U think these people have a point? Was Beyoncé's halftime show TOO sexy , or are these people way to sensitive, and trying to make something out of nothing?