Best 2013 Super Bowl Commercials: Top 10
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There was a good amount of funny Super Bowl Commercials. Probably the best Super Bowl commercials I’ve seen since the recession. As a matter of fact, this was the best Super Bowl of my lifetime! Half time was great and the game was loaded with excitement, from the power outage to the power surge of the 49ers comeback attempt.
Anyway, here’s my Top 10 picks for the Best Super Bowl Commercials of 2013!
Taco Bell: This commercial displays some wild and crazy old folks busting out of their retirement home, they proceed to act like teenagers and get into all sorts of trouble. When one of the old guys get a tattoo I LMAO. Just like you after a late night raising hell you end up at Taco Bell, and so did they.
Doritos: “Goat 4 Sale”: This one kicked it off for me, the entire theory this could be the best year for Super Bowl commercials started with this one. Enjoy!
Kias “Space Babies”: For years parents have avoid this question like the plague.. Kia puts their spin on it, not bad at all.
Doritos: “Road Trip”: As an owner of a small dog I knew exactly where this little girl was coming from!
Hyundai’s “Team”: So the small guy gets his football taken and goes to get his freakishly strong pint sized buddies to exact some revenge. I’d love to see a follow up to this commercial!
Mercedes-Benz: This one has the devil trying to convince an unsuspecting young man to sell his soul for a Benz.. Staring Willem Dafoe, Kate Upton and Usher.
Toyota: “Wish Granted”: Exactly what would happen to me if provided an opportunity like this.
Doritos: “Fashionista Daddy”: A young girl, perhaps 6, with an unbelievably sweet voice coaxes her dad to play dress up. The father explains that his friends are waiting for him outside but can’t refuse when she pulls out a bag of Doritos.
Wheat Thins: “Night Vision”: Protecting your Wheat Thins from Bigfoot, classic.
Allstate: “Apple”: Meyhem strikes during the Super Bowl with an ingenious commerical.