If you ask most people, they’ll tell you they watch the Super Bowl “for the commercials.”
And that’s fair since the game itself has become such an overblown spectacle incapable of even coming close to living up to the hype.
But the commercials seem to deliver on their promise, year in and year out, or at least some do. The other ads, well they get mocked on Twitter.
Funniest Tweets About Super Bowl Commercials
It’s a beach that makes you feel old? That’s just… every beach.
— Jenny Jaffe (@jennyjaffe) February 7, 2021
So now I'm supposed to believe the earth is round, but Matthew McConaughey is flat?
— Reverend Scott (@Reverend_Scott) February 8, 2021
You know it was a bad year when even the computer mouse company ad is like, “We stand unbroken…”
— Matt Roller (@rolldiggity) February 7, 2021
Has Neil deGrasse Tyson tweeted “actually all Doritos are 3D….” yet?
— Jesse McLaren (@McJesse) February 8, 2021
Truly have zero interest in ads but if you show me one from 1983 I’m like “Oh wow.”
— albertina rizzo (@albz) February 7, 2021
That M. Night Shyamalan movie should be called “Life’s A Beach.”
— Jim Hamilton (@Jim_Hamilton) February 8, 2021
We’re all still hurting, because Drake is doing spots for State Farm.
— Untitleder (@DrewDernavich) February 8, 2021
Bud Light Legends was better than Rise of Skywalker.
— Alec Sulkin (@thesulk) February 8, 2021
Super Bowl ads be like "we paid $30 million to tell you that we donated $1 million to some fuckin charity."
— Edward Stockwell (@EdwardStockwell) February 8, 2021
I always wanted my Doritos to add another dimension.
— Jon Friedman (@friedmanjon) February 8, 2021
robert blake from state farm pic.twitter.com/A3sWoeAsVS
— theCHIVE (@theCHIVE) February 8, 2021
Glad we can all come together and find a common enemy in the oatly CEO ❤️
— Emily Murnane (@emily_murnane) February 8, 2021
I honestly believe I could rise to the top of the advertising industry in 3 months.
— Patrick Walsh (@thepatrickwalsh) February 8, 2021
In that Inspire Change commercial, the NFL forgot to show the part where they blackballed Colin Kaepernick, have only 3 black NFL head coaches and no majority black ownership.
— Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) February 8, 2021