Super Bowl Commercials 2011: Bud Light Dogs Ad Shows The Sad World Of Canine Slavery

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Bud Light's 2011 Super Bowl commercial campaign looks so much better than previous years, but remember: like your math scores the time you moved to a terrible school district, it's not because they've improved, but because the standards have come down so very far.

They do stay faithful to some things, though. They want you to believe that dogs not only love beer, but are willing to share it with you.

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They also are fond of dogs doing ridiculous things, like DJ'ing your party. We all know that Shar-Peis are tone-deaf. The real natural DJs of the dog world are hunting hounds, showing a real lack of research by the Bud Light staff here.

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This woman clearly looks drunk. This goes back to another Bud Light nostrum: everyone's an alcoholic who will do anything for Bud Light. Dogs are walking on their hind legs balancing beers on trays without opposable thumbs and no one's blinking because they all just crave sweet cheap American booze. This woman is disgusted with the Chihuahua leering at her, but is totally cool with the Bloodhound drawing her a Bud Light on his hind legs because whatever, just pour the beer man before my hands start shaking. Again.

(Let's not even discuss the bowtie.)

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