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Favorite Super Bowl commercial?

OK, what was everybody's favorite Super Bowl commercial?

Mine was the Ameriquest one with the guy holding the cat dripping in spaghetti sauce in one hand and a knife in another as the wife walks in, followed by the other Ameriquest one with the guy in the store saying loudly on the cell phone "You are being robbed!".

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the bud light sky diving one where the pilot jumps out of the plane after the beer and the three from careerbuilder with the monkeys, you cant go wrong with monkeys in a commercial.

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Agreed, the cat and the butcher knife was the best

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The hot girl sitting before the review board for 'godaddy.com' - the 'Diet Pepsi' one with all the hot girls watching one guy walk - also the 'Tabasco' ad. . . with the hot chick - and the 'McDonalds' The Lincoln Fry spots were killing me. Wait! Were there any hot girls in those?

(OK, I've got to stop drinking on Sunday nights with a bunch of guys. )

You can see them all here --> http://dyn.ifilm.com/superbowlads/

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That Tabasco ad was hot. The girl was smokin.

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I am writing this post as I watch all the commercials. Kind of like a running commentary. So sorry if it makes no sense. Oh, and they are not listed in any order.

The bud light skydivers.

The one where the people in the airport clap for the troops. (Too bad that would never happpen.)

The designated driver dance was pretty cute.

Both the Ameriquest ads were hilarious. The cat killer one and the one where the guy gets tasered.

I cant fucking believe Vin Desil is in a Disney movie, it looks pretty gay too.

The FedEx commercial where Burt Rynolds dances with a bear was hilarious.

OK, at this point Im too dizzy to keep watching. Ill add more later.
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The one where the people in the airport clap for the troops. (Too bad that would never happpen.)
#1, hands down, standing O for the troops in the airport...
did you mean troops arriving in a commercial airport or people clapping?
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I liked the cat and knife commerical, and the careerbuilder ads hit a little too close to home.

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#1, hands down, standing O for the troops in the airport...
did you mean troops arriving in a commercial airport or people clapping?

People clapping. Too few people appreciate what the troops stand for and give up for freedom.
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Troops in airport

The commecial with the blond guy from Queer eye was pretty funny. BUT all i could think about was VCOOK and his avatar!

I thought (except for a few) they pretty much were not all that good. In fact i would almost say boring. I really thought the worst was the peanuts and the girl. "Whack the easter bunny"

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Troops in airort was my hands down favorite.


Second runner up was the budwieser comercial with the donkey and the clydsdales.




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People clapping. Too few people appreciate what the troops stand for and give up for freedom.
call me a cheerleader but i think you'd hear folks loud and proud...say what you will about the war but americans of this day and age support the troops 100%
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i like the ones with the monkeys. when that monkey was photocopying his butt...that was great.

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call me a cheerleader but i think you'd hear folks loud and proud...say what you will about the war but americans of this day and age support the troops 100%
I was listening to the radio the other day and they were talking about this. Soldiers were calling and sharing thier experiences with people applauding, or thanking them ec, while they were coming home. It was pretty cool.




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