Watch This: El Tabador’s strange vibrations

Yes, we’re a little late to the party on this one, but we can’t let the latest Koodo TV ad go by without saying something. But oh, what to say? This certainly isn’t the first time Taxi has taken El Tabador outside territory that isstrictly G-rated. But this seems to really dance on the line […]

Yes, we’re a little late to the party on this one, but we can’t let the latest Koodo TV ad go by without saying something. But oh, what to say?

This certainly isn’t the first time Taxi has taken El Tabador outside territory that isstrictly G-rated. But this seems to really dance on the line between tame and nearly naughty.

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