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Jake and Amir: Work Out Clothes [Click to watch]

Nothing beats that “Gangnam” thing! You know, from the pistachio commercial.

The Top 5 Most Offensive Superbowl Commercials [Click for more]

Volkswagen – Get in. Get Happy.

This one has elements that aren’t offensive by themselves, but when you put them TOGETHER it becomes just wrong. I can’t believe this commercial juxtaposes The Partridge Family theme song with images of boring office life. The Partridge Family represented family, artistry, freedom, and togetherness — everything that is antithetical to today’s modern work environment that takes people away from their families and shunts them into soulless, cubic prisons. If The Partridge Family were alive today, and also not completely fictional, they would be disgusted to see the way their song had been appropriated. Continue

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Super Bowl Commercial: Kia - Space Babies

Where does the space stork fit into all of this?

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Super Bowl Commercial: MiO Fit - Anthem (ft. Tracy Morgan)

Tracy Morgan’s commercial acting career finally takes off!

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Budweiser Black Crown

It’s 2013, people! Why are people still confusing Budweiser for beer? Budweiser is Rancid Ground Water, and by calling it beer you deny Rancid Ground Water one of the few positive role models it has.

Super Bowl Commercial: E*Trade - Save It

Please auction that painting

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Gangnam Pistachios

This one typifies one of the most destructive double-standards in society today. Why is that when we see men dancing on TV, they’re always having goofy fun WITH THEIR CLOTHES ON, but when you look at the OTHER side, every single depiction of anthropomorphic pistachios shows them sexily peeling off their shells within seconds. This objectification of anthropomorphic pistachios is irresponsible. Pistachios are more than objects. That’s why we took the the time to anthropomorphize them — so they would have human qualities! What kind of example is this setting? Pistachios are more than just a shell waiting to be cracked open, and sometimes pistachios do that weird thing where they’re not split and you can NEVER get them open. We need to make sure that these more realistic depictions of anthropomorphic pistachios are presented in media today. Continue

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The Top 5 Most Offensive Superbowl Commercials [Click for more]

Taco Bell – Viva Young For shame Taco Bell.

Why don’t we just exploit old people for humor? I’ll tell you why. Because old people are people too. Wouldn’t it be funny if old people did crazy fun things? It would not. You’re exploiting the stereotype that old people are boring, but if you’ve spent any time with the senior population, you would know that they are interesting, exciting people. And don’t say it’s okay because you “have old friends.” Grow up. Continue

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Super Bowl Commercial: Old Milwaukee - Will Ferrell’s Bus Make Out Session

Beer was a good choice.

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Super Bowl Commercial: Oreos - Whisper Fight

Somebody’s ‘bout to get double stuf’d.

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Motorola’s Bath Time With Megan Fox

From the Super Bowl… Man, phones are hot.

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Superbowl Commercial: Accura with Seinfeld

It’s not quite another season of the sitcom, but it’s better than a clipshow episode.

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Neti Pot Super Bowl Commercial

It’s all just in one nostril and out the other.

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Super Bowl Commercial: Honda Matthew Broderick’s Day Off

The guy who played Cameron stayed home because he was actually sick of playing that character.

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Professor GIF: Why Is The Super Bowl A Thing? [Click for article]

It’s the biggest, weirdest television event on Earth. Here’s why.