Which online massage ads are actually ads?

By Katie MacdonaldA video on a massage advertisement website that appeared to be a real-time online video, or ad, for a massage has gone viral on social media.

The advertisement was posted on the video massage ad site Vixen and was quickly picked up by users.

Vixen has since removed the ad and has since taken down the video and removed the video ad, but not before it was picked up and shared thousands of times.

Users shared the video on social networks and YouTube, and it has been viewed over 20,000 times.

The video shows a woman in a skimpy black lingerie and high heels with a man holding a handkerchief and stroking her arm.

She looks at the camera and smiles, smiling back.

The ad has garnered more than 4.2 million views since being posted on Vixens website on April 13.

Vaxxed, the popular television show that explores medical and medical related topics, featured the clip as one of its top two ads on its April 14 episode.

The episode was shot in New York City on the night of April 12.

The Vixén ad was posted to YouTube on April 15, with nearly 7,500 views by the time the show aired on April 19.

The show, which has aired on Comedy Central, has also received positive reviews, with the average rating on Vaxxing reaching an average of 5.6 out of 10.

The company that owns VixEN, the video-ad platform, said it has removed the ads from the site and the company is working with Vixening to investigate the situation.

The advertiser, which appears to be Vixentix, declined to comment.