Who is Woo Guy? He placed himself by the microphone and woo-ed through all of Super Bowl 50, regardless of what was happening. Once you hear it, you can't stop hearing it. He was probably just having a good time, but people hate him for it.
This Broncos superfan didn't think to mention dropping about $30,000 total for a weekend trip with his buddies to his wife. On the other hand, he seems really comfortable opening up to people with cameras on national television. His wife must be a Panthers fan. Either way, he's about to go back home to a "house divided".
Yesterday, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office granted the Seattle Seahawks running back the trademark to his phrase, "I'm just here so I won't get fined".
Lynch filed for the trademark less than 3 weeks after he used it to answer more than 20 questions at Super Bowl XLIX's media day.
Remember the puppy and Clydesdale duo that made you cry last Super Bowl?
Well they are back, and you're going to have the feels all over again.
In Budweiser's new ad, "Lost Dog," the little guy gets loose and faces both inclement weather and some vicious wolves. Fortunately his much larger friends come to the rescue.
GoDaddy.com also had a lost puppy ad that it was intending to air this Sunday at the big game, but it's not quite as heartwarming and upset a lot of people on Twitter.
GoDaddy's CEO ultimately decided against showing it after the public outcry.
Coca-Cola's Super Bowl ad this year featured a chorus of people singing the classic patriotic tune "America the Beautiful" in a multitude of non-English languages spliced with footage of an ethnically diverse American populace. Some didn't take kindly to the ad's message, taking #cokesucks to Twitter to complain - often in broken, unintelligible English.
Not sure if drunk guy or clever marketing ploy to appeal to millennials...
Who kkmew theis was ghiong tob e a baweball ghamle. #lowsscorinh 5_0— JCPenney (@jcpenney) February 2, 2014
Maybe these mittens are the culprit!