Well, last year (wow, I've blogged for a year?) I 'live blogged' the superbowl, telling you which ads a room full of college students were talking about.
This year the party was at a friends house, about 30 early 20-somethings were there, and here are the results:
Pepsi Max "What is Love"- laughter winner of the quarter, everybody enjoyed, Night at the Roxbury was definitely an iconic movie for my generation. I will probably try Pepsi max thanks to this.
Bridgestone squirrel also got good laughs
Tide stain commercial...creative and got some laughs (although took a few of us awhile to get it)
Clydesdale and dalmatian training got some cheers, rocky montage nostalgia
Career Builder....sorry, lots and lots of negative comments, considered 'gross' but people were definitely talking about it.
Doritoes mouse got a lot of laughs, only two of us realized it wasn't professionally done.
The Under Armour guy's muscles were also commented on by the girls in the room.
We went outside to play football, sorry Tom Petty, love Free Falling though.
Etrade baby was great, lots of laughs, at this point the patriots fans were getting scared.
NFL dream commercial was awesome...is it really true? "He didn't even have the dream until I told him the dream."
Coke float commercial got big cheers, very creative
Etrade definitely won the day with the two baby commercials, the clown one had the room cracking up for awhile.
Bud Lite Will Ferell was also well recieved...but my generation loves that guy.
Coke Friends commercial was well done around election time
Victoria's Secret commercial was also cheered on... of course it was a room full of early 20-somethings.