Superbowl Over The Budweiser Commercials?

If there’s one thing that I look forward to during the Superbowl, I have to say that it’s those wackily funny Budweiser commercials they air. That’s right, it’s scandalous, I’m not a football fan and prefer to sit through the commercials instead because I find them more entertaining than watching a bunch of grown men tackle each other over a pig skin covered ball.

That comment could actually earn me a place on the porch, (my entire family is football mad), but there you have it. The Budweiser commercials are the highlight for me and I’m not going to apologize for it.

So which ones do I find the most entertaining and which ones have lived on in commercial history as one of the best Budweiser commercials ever? That could really be a tough question to answer, after all Budweiser commercials have been airing for only who know how long, so I’m afraid I’m going to have to take a rain check on that one for the moment.

The fact of the matter however, is that Budweiser commercials air throughout the year, and not only during the Superbowl. For this year alone they have already aired a number of commercials. It remains to be seen how many more they will air. When all is said and done however, the Budweiser commercials are some of the best ones around, and that’s saying a lot with the quality of the fierce competition they have to face from other major beer breweries.

I have to say however that the all time best Budweiser commercials that I enjoyed were the ones which had first the three frogs in them, and then the lizards that were impersonating the frogs.

The three frogs were named "Bud" "Weis" and "Er" respectively. This definitely caused some great moments for Budweiser commercials, and the follow up to these particular "Bud" "Weis" "Er" commercials, with the three lizards attempting to imitate the three frogs will almost definitely go down in history as some of the most innovative commercials ever produced.

Although, not all of the Budweiser commercials were humorous that were supposed to be, most of them were and are for the most part still good enough to watch without being too disappointed in them. And if you prefer the Superbowl over the Budweiser commercials then you still have something to look forward to when the commercials air and you have the time to sit back and get your vocal chords in perfect working order with a bottle of the good stuff.

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