As seen on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” last night, Bud Light’s next big commercial has been released. The Bud Light Super Bowl ad “Coin” is a 90-second spot that features a regular guy who reads an “Up For Whatever” message on his bottle of Bud Light and ends up in a giant Pac-Man maze, becoming the star of Bud Light’s Super Bowl commercial.
Check it out:
Unlike most Super Bowl parties in Arizona, you can’t buy tickets to Bud Light House of Whatever. Instead, you have to prove yourself!
The Bud Light House of Whatever is a three-day event featuring unforgettable parties, amazing concerts and unique activities, much like this summer’s epic Whatever, USA that we were fortunate to attend.
So, how can you attend? As seen on Bud Light’s Instagram, Bud Light is inviting beer drinkers 21+ who are “Up for Whatever” to audition for the chance to take part in the experience.
Now through Monday, January 19, create a 15-second video demonstrating how you would live out a phrase presented on a Bud Light “Up For Whatever” bottle. Post it on Instagram and tag it @BudLight and #UpForWhatever for the chance to be invited to Bud Light House of Whatever for an incredible weekend featuring three days of parties, concerts and unique activities.
For more information click here.
The battle for style between the East and West coast of the United States goes back as far as the nineteenth century, when a few settlers headed West and broke away from the rigid fashion constraints of the East Coast establishment and developed a fashion style hinting at the pride of rugged individualism.
Not farting during sex will always be number one, but other than that, our friends at shirtsmyway.com have come up with the top 10 (socially accepted) Essential Rules For Being A Gentlemen In 2015.
Our favorite is #4, “Dress Like You Know What You Are Doing,” because outside of your clothes (or underneath), no one has any idea if you’re qualified for what you are doing, at all. Especially not the hot babes that you are perpetrating on.
And then, just as a general rule:
“Cut back on that Hatorade. It’s a resentful beverage that too many fools drink.”
The homies at shirtsmyway.com could also hook you up with some fly threads, “and let all the fly skimmies, feel the beat…mmm drop!“
No one has ever summarized a man’s relationship with his underwear as accurately as Garth Algar in “Wayne’s World”:
The relationship between a dude and his underwear is a strange thing. In the past, I’ve had roommates and friends who thought it was funny to keep a pair of underwear so long, they (the undies) gradually begin to degrade over time, until certain areas that once provided support were completely gaped open, leaving nothing to the imagination.
Put simply, guys don’t like to buy underwear; it feels weird. I have a pair of plaid boxers from 1999 on right now.
But what if I told you that chicks dig a nice pair of undies on a dude, the way we like sexy lingerie on our ladies? Let me hip you to a little game, in case you didn’t know: briefs and boxers are out. Trunks are in.
When I first became cognizant of trunks, it was like a foreign concept. Was this a legitimate term, or a clever, pachyderm-based play on words?
Regardless, trunks are boss. Even though they are a little “constrictive” at first, they make your bulge look big, like a young Bon Scott.
Don’t you want to accentuate your man hammer? Sure you do, and there’s nothing to feel bad about. But it isn’t just about that.
The SAXX Underwear Wikipedia page goes a little more “balls out” describing the product:
“SAXX Underwear is a men’s underwear company that designs underwear to prevent contact between the scrotum and thighs.”