Super Bowl? More like, Super Cute.
Because who has time to watch them all?
Instead, the full version will be aired online.
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"You're not wanted here! Go back home!"
" ... But hey, it's the thought that counts."
We interrupt your regular football viewing for this commercial break.
ARE YOU READY FOR SOME FOOTBALL (commercials)?
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And everything is awesome.
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We'll admit it, we're watching the game for the food.
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Let's take a moment to think about why the industry decided to go in this positive and thoughtful direction. And there, I'm done. Marketing grads, I'm sorry to say this aloud but it was not because the powers that be suddenly realized that they should use their influence for good. It's because the industry realized -- and by realize I mean spent millions of dollars studying how the public is reacting to their constant stream of marketing tactics -- that as a culture we are tired of the same old fluffy tricks. We pay for HBO. We recycle. We need more.
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