I’m totally fine with the exploitation of men.

Superbowl ads give you a complete feast of gluttonous marketing to go with your wings, guacamole and Velveeta. Love them or hate them; there’s good ones and bad ones.

My faves are usually with kids, celebrities or puppies. But this year it was a tattooed David Beckham in nothin’ but his shorts.

I don’t even like tattoos but I don’t mind when they are etched on a canvas such as his.

GoDaddy ads with Danica Patrick and Jillian Michaels make me vomit a little in my mouth. Why ladies why? Danica and Jillian you are smart, successful women. Please whore yourselves out to a different campaign.

9 thoughts on “I’m totally fine with the exploitation of men.

  1. I’m going to be true to type – the Audi and the Abarth commercials were my favorite. I was actually surprised when the hot Italian women turned out to be a 500. No, I stayed away from the websites that showed the commercials. I wanted to see them during the game. I think the Super Bowl commercial is on the wane. I think more than half of them were nothing special.

  2. The CRV Matthew Broderick ad was good. I didn’t like the Fiat ad, but the Audi ad was really good. The Clint East Dodge ad was remarkable but I doubt anyone saw it since it was right after halftime.

  3. I didn’t watch, but did get home for the last few minutes of the game and noticed the GoDaddy and the Ferris Bueller. GoDaddy sucked, but the company/website building platform sucks so no surprise there. I had heard the Ferris Bueller one was a disappointment and I’d have to agree actually – it was just so hokie. I have to say those commercials didn’t seem to be anything different than regular commercials – although I sort of think I should have stayed home to see hottie David Beckham. You know that Clint Eastwood thing is getting TONS of flack.

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