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András Arató, the face behind the classic memes, has had a resurgence in popularity over the last few years as people have gotten to know the real him. Recently he was featured in a Helpline advertisement in Hungary, where he lives. Even without knowing the language, his performance pretty touching. It goes to show how universally relatable the guy is.

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Like you, I am fed up with "real people" in commercials. So I was so excited to see this sketch where someone put an actual real person in that dumbass Chevy ad. They, unlike these fake-o's, are not impressed by big doors or some porn star named "J.D. Power. 

Check it out. 

Via Bud Light
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Finally, Bud Light has resurrected the original party animal Spuds Mackenzie for their new Super Bowl commercial. So to celebrate, enjoy a bunch of weird commericals from the 80s where that dog gets down with some skateboards and a whole lots of girls in bikinis. 










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Our favorite iconically clueless swimmer douche canoe has returned, to make fun of himself for some of his past transgressions. 

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Who said buying likes/comments/shares was a waste of marketing? Just toss up a video showing your fans the cold hard cash and you're social media strategy is set!