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2008 Funny Old Superbowl Commercials

Updated on September 11, 2011

Superbowl Commercials

Well, here's yet another listing of funny, best, top Superbowl commercials of 2008. These five commercials are five that I found interesting or funny to some degree. Hopefully, you will agree with at least one of the commercials that I've picked to share.

I would like to hear your input on the following commercials that I've chosen to display, so please leave a comment at the bottom of the page.

Also, you can check out Best Superbowl Commercials, for my favorites of the season.

Toyota Badger

I loved how the guy giving the commentary had a nice, calm voice- something you'd hear in a normal car commercial. Then, BAM! the poor innocent guy checking out the Toyota finds a badger mom and babies in the passenger's seat. Poor guy didn't have a chance.

Career Builder- Follow Your Heart

This one's a little gross with the heart popping out of the chest, but I think it's a good commercial with a good message, non-the-less. Sometimes you just have to follow your heart when it comes to the job you're holding. Why make yourself miserable when you can be happy working. (Now, that sounds like an oxymoron if I ever heard one, but it's true.)

Bud Light- Cheese

What men will do for a six pack. I was waiting on something to happen, because for real! Who has a piece of cheese that's the size of a birthday cake? But, in any sense, cute commercial.

Diet Pepsi Max

Ok, at first, I'll admit this was one of those "Huh?" commercials, but as the commercial kept playing and I kept watching, it got a little chuckle out of me.

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      Hazok 

      10 years ago from Malaysia

      bud light cheese - the best.

    • Theter profile image

      Theter 

      10 years ago

      Wow..those were tough fights! I got to agree with Patty Inglish about the well trained animals and I'm impressed. With that, I'll go with the Clydesdale too. Looks like having animals in commercials get more attraction.

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      Patty Inglish MS 

      10 years ago from USA. Member of Asgardia, the first space nation, since October 2016

      OMG -- Rocky Clydesdale. that is a very well trained horse to run a slalom thorugh birch trees in the snow, and do high five with a dalmation. Both great animals and well trained. That's my favorite if these five.

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      Robert P 

      10 years ago from Canada

      I love your collection of super bowl ads. The Toyota commercial about the badger was my favorite, but then I have a sick sense of humor.

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      helenathegreat 

      10 years ago from Manhattan

      My favorite was the Clydesdale training one by Budweiser, by far. But I also fell asleep at halftime and took a nap well into the second half, so I might've missed some of the best ones. :)

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