Surrealist desires includes our primordial want for sex, fame, fortune and other instincts which when taken into excess are considered base.
Thus, advertising such as the one employed by Carls Jr which is supposed to be a wholesome product has to associate with "sexism" when it used Terry Crews sexy innuendos to communicate subtly that the product is delectable and improve Carls Jr position in the market. The list goes on, employing the same surrealist principle of appealing to our subconscious desires.
The approach is so effective that even products that could kill could have patronage. The classic example is the cigarette Marlboro which employs an absurd advertising (before it was banned) under the slogan "Marlboro Country which is really nothing except to depict an Alpha male stature that anyone who will not smoke Marlboro are considered as "others" and therefore inferior, less sexy and