You guys. I just watched a beer commercial that made me all emotional.
I mean, I watched it? And it’s possible there was a bit of moisture around the eyes.
A BEER commercial.
You had me at slow-motion prancing, Budweiser Clydesdale.
The people in that commercial were all, “I’m having this really important, bonding, full of love moment with you other actors, out here on this hipster porch. And I have a beard. And look! There goes the Clydesdale again! And this is all so very very real and awesome and good. We are really talking and bonding and great gin and tonics, this commercial is a Norman Rockwell with BEER. And horses.”
What’s the deal, beer? You got to have Spuds McKenszie. He wore sunglasses, y’all.
Hamm’s had a bear, I think.
Dad, did Hamm’s have a bear? I know you’re reading this and you would know. Because, you were around then.
And then, there was this commercial.
Watch, if you dare:
I know. I’ll wait. You go get your tissue box. Sad Doggie Waiting Face will wait too. JUST MAKE SURE YOU DON’T DRINK AND CRASH SOMEHOW BEFORE YOU COME BACK BECAUSE YOU’RE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DOGGIE FACE.
THAT DOG IS SAD AND I CAN’T HANDLE SAD DOGS. HELP.
I think it’s high time I get an animal. I mean, I already have four, but where is the payout, little furry ones? Why does beer get to have all the fun?
I have these two:
Surely, there’s some way we could make some money off of them, right?
I mean, omg. Look. At. That. Butt.
If beer gets to inflict us with a puppy’s need for therapy after a life story that could be its own Lifetime movie, then I get my own animal.
And he is THRILLED BEYOND BELIEF.
Steve refused. He was my first choice. We had a very short casting call where I grabbed him and clutched him to my chest and rocked back and forth and said, “I love youuuuuu my preshusssss” but he said he is not selling out. His butt is his own.
Hosmer had no issues with any of this because he never understands much anyway.
And also this post is not making much sense at all, so he’s on board with that.
I haven’t really figured out how to do any of this, but if a duck can sell insurance, then I can make it happen.
Steve’s behind is so large it is its own “Insert Ad Here” space, with fur. I couldn’t resist.
He informed me that he felt cheap, and used. I offered to pay him with Whisker Lickins, tuna flavor, to which he blinked, and said,
“If we downsize the font, there’s also room to put a link to your book on the Amazon.”
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Nobody. I really need to up my game.