Throughout the college football season, we've sat through far too many commercials during frustratingly long TV timeouts. Some have been funny, some meaningless, some mildly annoying, and some have been so mind-boggling, terrifyingly annoying that it should be considered a crime to play those commercials on televison. When I think of that last category, two commercials come to mind: the Nelly promo song for ESPN or the Pitbull Dr. Pepper commercial.
If you have repressed your memories of those commercials, you are not only exceedingly lucky but I'm also about to ruin your day. Tough luck. At this time, I'd like to say that if you choose to watch the videos below, your ears will be raped. Also a disclaimer, if you choose to proceed, neither MGoBlog, Brian, the mods, nor I are responsible for the medical fees when your ears start bleeding. You have been warned.
Nelly, you haven't put a song out worth listening to for a long, long time now. Do you seriously need the cash so badly that you have to create terrible music for ESPN? Just go pull a Lindsay Lohan and find the lady version of Hugh Hefner. As an aside, Lindsay, why couldn't you pose for Playboy when you were hot and not rotting from all your meth and cocaine use?
Seriously, Pitbull, who parties under a damn overpass? And partying and dancing with Dr. Pepper in hand? WTF? Is this 8th grade again? Who gets dressed up to go to a club, goes to an underpass instead, and drinks Dr. Pepper instead of alcohol? What kind of party is that? You know what would happen if someone tried that? The cops would come and arrest everyone for public intoxication, only to realize that no one was drunk except for that weird homeless guy, and then arrest everyone for subjecting their ears to Pitbull. How does he not understand that releasing the same song with the same beat over and over and over again is not making music? The only good thing about that video is the hot women.
Come on! (I had to find some way to link to an Arrested Development video.)
Anyways, fellow MGoBloggers, what do you think was the worst commercial of this otherwise great college football season? It can be one of the above or it can be one not mentioned. Let everyone know down below.
After the game, who wants to have a real good time? Bring your Dr. Pepper!