5 Brand Parodies That Won the Super Bowl

by Jillian Richardson
The Super Bowl is known just as much for its advertising as it is for behemoth men tackling each other. Yet over time, the game-day commercials have fallen into tired clichés—cowboys riding horses, women in bikinis washing cars, and every possible combination of puppies and babies. Thankfully, some companies have been smart enough to realize the more than 100 million viewers w ...Read the full article

Sarah McLachlan Animal Cruelty Video

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A Cheesy Love Story - The Ad Doritos Don't Want You to See

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