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Chicago Butt Crack Ads Are Here for an Amazing Cause

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | March 25, 2015

Chicago Butt Crack Ads Are Here for an Amazing Cause

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Taking a ride around Chicago via bus may just garner more booty than you bargained for.

Lost at E Minor’s Rachel Oakley reported on an initiative by Meredith’s Miracles that puts some rather hilarious butts in bus seats, all the while raising awareness for a fantastic cause.

Oakley wrote, “One cancer foundation is aiming to get the butt crack shown all over Chicago for a very cheeky cancer awareness campaign.”

Take one look at images at Meredith’s Miracles Facebook page and you will be hit with the need to scream at these bus patrons to lift their pants.

Here is what some in the Chicago area will be looking at for the foreseeable future:



As the caption states, “No one wants to see this except for your doctor.”

Reading on, you get far more than a chuckle: “Colon cancer is the second most deadly cancer. But, detected early, it’s one of the most treatable.” 

You can find out more at the foundation’s website, which states, “Meredith’s Miracles is dedicated to providing financial assistance to young adults who are currently fighting colon cancer.”

To that end, the foundation is dedicated to providing “assistance with daily living expenses such as past-due rent, utility bills and car repairs, so patients can focus on their health.”

And, as is seen in the above images, they “seek out educational opportunities to help raise awareness about colon cancer and the power of early detection.”

With just a clever twist and prime viewing opportunities, Meredith’s Miracles will capture the guffaws but also, most importantly, the eyes of bus riders throughout Chicago.

Normally, catching some crack leads to the sudden averting of your wandering gaze. However, you may want to let your curiosity linger for just a bit, because these butts have a very important message.

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