Monday, February 7, 2011

Super Bowl Commercials

Needless to say, Super Bowl XlV was a little disappointing.  The game was boring, the halftime show was terrible, Christina Aguilera screwed up the National Anthem, and the commercials were pretty lackluster.  On the other hand, I spent the evening with good friends and enjoyed delicious food.  I posted on Friday the recipes I would be making for the game and you must try the Zannie's Black Eyed Pea dip. FANTABULOUS. Oh, and add cilantro, you won't regret it. I promise.

Anyways, I wanted to share the few commercials that made me laugh.  I thought there was way too many movie and tv show commercials but whatev they didn't ask me for my opinion.  Here they go:

The Doritos commercial with the guy house sitting. 


Budweiser's take on "Tiny Dancer"


Audi's escaping the confines of Old Luxury



There might have been a few more that made me chuckle, but those are the ones that stood out & I can actually remember.  I also really liked the commercial that showed clips from sticoms through the decades and they were all football-related. Directv maybe?  It was a good one. 

What were some of your favorite ads?

5 comments:

  1. We liked the VW one with the kid dressed as Darth Vader. And the House throw back to the Mean Joe Green Coca-Cola commercial.

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  2. Dangit! I made the black eyed pea dip and didn't even think to add the cilantro! It was really good but next time I will use less onion and cook them before adding to the dip. I bet rotel instead of salsa would be fantastic!

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  3. I made the dip too and next time will use some fresh cilantro cuz it just need something. Loved the Eminem commercial -shhh dont tell anyone I like that - cuz it was actually a Chrysler commercial

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  4. Cooking the onions & rotel is a great idea!

    The Eninem commercial was pretty good too.

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  5. Definitely the Darth Vader was one of our favs- but I liked all the ones you posted too! And I agree about there being way too many movie/t.v. commercials! Oh well!

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