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This bad boy has got everything. Terrific overacting, a riveting three-act structure, and a bunch of dudes in big bug costumes. We assume the product itself is probably effective too, but that's not what's important right now.

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If you grew up knowing anything about the Disney Channel then you're familiar with those short magic wand "I'm blank and you're watching the Disney Channel" animations. Turns out the perfect Mickey Mouse logo was HEAVILY edited in post. These are great.

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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!