20 Great Real Men of Genius Commercials

real men of geniusBud Light isn’t all that good a beer. But it has perhaps the best commercials of any brew with its Real Men of Genius, formerly Real American Heroes ads. We’ll cite Wikipedia for a little more back story :

Real Men of Genius is a series of one-minute-long American radio advertisements Bud Light beer created by Bob Winter, a copywriter at DDB Chicago. The ad campaign, which began in 1999 under the title Real American Heroes (changed after the September 11, 2001 attacks) and has featured over 100 installments. Some spots were abbreviated and adapted for television beginning in 2003; the first two TV versions were “Mr. Footlong” and “Mr. Toupee”. Anheuser-Busch changed the name Real American Heroes after the 9/11 attacks because Anheuser-Busch felt that it could not in good conscience continue to use the term “hero” in that context after so many people had performed genuine acts of heroism.

We here at Gunaxin like to drink and listen to them, so please join us, sit back, get drunk, and enjoy 20 great Real Men of Genius ads.

1 Mr. Bumper Sticker Writer
2 Mr. Chinese Food Delivery Guy
3 Mr. Way Too Much Cologne Wearer
4 Mr. Movie Theater Ticket Ripper Upper
5 Mr. In The Car Nose Picker
6 Mr. Furniture Assembly Manual Writer
7 Mr. Fancy Coffee Shop Coffee Pourer
8 Mr. Dishonest Cable TV Hooker Upper
9 Mr. Cruise Ship Entertainer
10 Mr. Ceremonial First Pitch Thrower Outer
11 Mr. Underwear Inspector No. 12
12 Mr. Really Bad Toupee Wearer
13 Mr. Giant Foam Finger Maker
14 Mr. Footlong Hotdog Inventor
15 Mr. Next Day Carpet Installer
16 Mr. Over The Top Carb Counter
17 Mr. Over Zealous Foul Ball Catcher
18 Mr. Push Up Bra Inventor
19 Mr. Really Really Really Bad Dancer
20 Mr. Really Stinky Breath Breather Outer

And a bonus, the best one ever: