I was never an avid follower of the blog scene until my good friend, Jarrett, turned me on to the idea of Grantland’s red-headed step-child “State Lines”. So, I figured what the heck I’ll give it a try. And for my first ever blog I wanted to try something simple, and what would be more simple than writing about my TOP TEN SUPERBOWL COMMERCIALS!! There was just one problem… The majority of them (in my opinion) were well under Super Bowl standards. So unfortunately it is time to present to you…..
THE TOP 5 FUNNIEST SUPERBOWL COMMERCIALS
(In my personal opinion)
Number 5: Doritos – Men in Dresses.
This should be a lesson to all the manly-men out there to stay on their toes whenever Eve comes after you with her apple.
Number 4: Tide – Miracle Montana Stain
What a lot of viewers don’t know is that this commercial is based off of a true story.
Number 3: Oreos – Whisper Fight
I know what you’re thinking, “That would NEVER happen in a library!” But my response is, when’s the last time you’ve been in a library?
Number 2: The Rock – Milk Moustache
Just the normal, everyday struggles our buddy, Dwayne, faces. After the billions of dollars he’ll make for the upcoming “Fast and the Furious 16”, he might want to consider relocating.
Number 1: Taco Bell – Viva Young
This commercial was absolutely hilarious, I don’t care who you are. This is exactly what we all have done, at least once, with a lot more extra skin
There you have it, The TOP 5 FUNNIEST SUPER BOWL ADS (in my opinion). All the others just didn’t catch my eye as buzz worthy. I would like to give an honorable mentioned to Paul Rudd, Seth Rogen, and that basketball guy’s Samsung commercial. That was an easy #6, but that would just be weird to have a “Top 6”. Who has ever done a “Top 6”? Don’t hesitate to add in 10-7 as you see fit.
And of course, no one can forget this heart melting commercial. It didn’t make the Top 5 because it wasn’t funny, it was tear-jerking. Thank you, Budweiser, for making me shed a tear for the first time ever while watching a Super Bowl.
On a side note…
I think Alicia Keys did a beautiful rendition of our National Anthem. Even if it was “too jazzy” for our general public… haters