Girls Write Out
Sunday, February 01, 2009

So, who saw the commercials last night? Is it just me, or are they not as funny as they used to be? I think I laughed twice--the Doritos commercial and the Sobe one. The 3-D ones were a novelty, though the glasses were one-size-fits most and I wasn't a most.
The halftime show wasn't bad although I'm not a big Springsteen. I understand in between the show and commercials there was some sort of football game, but I can't tell you much about that.

Mainly because I was engaged in a game of Taboo with likeminded friends. We only stopped at the call of "Commercial time!" And I have to say, I think we gamers had more fun than the sports fans--even though I heard it was a good game. Still, food, friends, and a rousing game of Taboo. What more could a girl want?

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Denise Hunter  
posted at 9:38 PM  
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At 7:56 AM, Blogger Suzanne said...

I think maybe you have to be drunk to find them funny. I found them annoying.

At 8:38 AM, Blogger Colleen Coble said...

Oh I love Taboo! I would have found that better too. My attention was engaged with my granddaughter. LOL I did watch some of the commercials but the only one that I thought was funny was the Pepsi One commercial.

At 10:00 AM, Blogger hotcoffeenow said...

I liked the Doritos snow globe and the Hyundai where they said everyone finally pronounces it correctly. GoDaddy commercials are always particularly offensive - I think they are dreamt up by a bunch of 18 yr old guys.

At 11:41 AM, Blogger Jaime said...

I was hanging with our youth kids from church and we were too busy eating to watch the game. however, we did pause for commericals until they started showing LOCAL commercials for MENARDS. What's up with that? I agree, a lame year for Superbowl commericals. Wonder why ...

At 6:42 PM, Anonymous Hannah said...

I didn't like any of the commercials this year. Probably because nothing could beat Tide's "talking stain" commercial last super bowl. The beer commercials make me gag; since when does crudity constitute good humor? The entire thing would have been so much better if I'd had some junk food outside of Special K cereal.

At 9:10 PM, Blogger Sabrina L. Fox said...

The snow globe one was my favorite. Could be because I'd already seen it on the news. Everyone here was excited because it was created by two Indiana guys entering a contest.

Otherwise, a snore this year. I have to say the game was good even if my team lost. :)

At 1:05 AM, Blogger Beth said...

To Colleen, Kristin, Denise, and Diann,

I've just nominated you for a blog award.


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