Budweiser, Better Luck Next Year
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Budweiser, Better Luck Next Year

Bring back the puppy.

Budweiser, Better Luck Next Year
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Dear Budweiser,

We write with the hope that this reaches you and our issues are heard.

The issue?

Your Superbowl ad.

This may seem like a minor issue, but we think you would be surprised at the many of people who watch the Superbowl not only for the football, but also for your commercial. We happen to be among those.

As a part of this group, we were disappointed by the lack of a big-eyed, floppy-eared, tail-wagging puppy. We missed seeing the Clydesdale running with the puppy, because that's what warms our hearts.

We get it, you were trying something new this year, trying to reach a different part of the population or something, but for us loyal Budweiser Superbowl commercial followers, we were disappointed. You could've done so much! Imagine—a Labrador puppy and Clydesdale colt grow up together. However, when the lab turns one year old, he’s adopted. The Clydesdale and puppy touch heads before the puppy leaves. As the puppy drives away with his new owner, the Clydesdale colt watches from the lead line of his handler. The Clydesdale grows up to be a working horse, as does the puppy, who has passed his training to be a guide dog. Then one day, while the wagon is leaving a parade, the dog leads his handler across a street. The Clydesdale stops in its tracks, to the dismay of the wagon's drivers, and the dog guides his blind handler across the street. As much as the dog would like a reunion with his old friend, he has a job to do, one where others are depending on him. So, with a quick glance in his friend's direction, he then continues on. We end with the lines “Budweiser, seeing what’s important."

That's a story we would've loved to watch, or at least something similar, but alas, that did not happen.

So, we will patiently wait to see what next year will bring.


The Budweiser Superbowl commercial followers

NOTE: There are so many things in this world that need our attention and our time. Worrying about what ads we watch on TV? Not so much. This article is meant to be humorous and lighthearted and in no way serious.

Budweiser—One quick note, If you like our idea, we are more than willing to take a very generous donation to our college fund in exchange for this most excellent idea (this is one of many that we have come up with for this article).

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