Clydesdales at a St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Boston
Picture credit: Paul Keleher
This weekend is, just in case you have been living under a rock, Super Bowl Sunday.
So what always accompanies this annual excuse to be a couch potato and junk food junkie?
The Super Bowl Ads, of course, which I prefer most years over the actual game.
Americans are fanatical football fans to say the very least and this is the football game of the year.
Sponsors wait all year-long for the chance to sell you their products and will pay astronomical prices to prove that theirs is the best.
So, with that in mind, let the Games and the Ads begin and bring on those Captivating Clydesdales.
My feelings about the game shall remain a well guarded secret, not wishing to offend the other side~
Please find listed below just a few of some current and past animal Super Bowl Ads.
These are the ones that made me laugh, cry or other…..
Hope that you enjoy them and the game and that your team wins.
Wait until you see the new Super Bowl Clydesdale ad (if you haven’t already). It’s beautiful. Oh, and having lived in Seattle twice in my lifetime, my football allegiances are known to all. 🙂
Thank you Eric. Have seen it, do love it.
It is the first one on the list!
they are impressive
have you seen a percheron?
pictures are good – but up close really is nice
Those horses are grand, magnificent animals! One of the main reasons people enjoy the Super Bowl commercials!! Thanks.
You are quite welcome.
Enjoy the game!
I will, if it’s a good game and especially if Denver wins. I may be a Patriots fan, but since they are not in it, I want Peyton to come out on top, especially since he may retire soon!
Thank you !!!!!!!! Omaha~
You know of course, that Indy was my hometown, so this is very personal.
Did not like the way he left there.
He is such a class act and hope that if this is his last year, he goes out in the same manner.
I believe he will – it’s a part of his nature.
Sorry about last night’s game! I hold no hard feelings against the Seahawks, but I couldn’t watch the 4th quarter.
My heart broke for Peyton. Turned it off at half time. Felt sick~
Do believe that the Broncos met their KARMA for what they did to Tebow.
Well, I lived in Seattle for 15 years, so I don’t feel too badly about the game . . .
Whoa! You might be right!
I am always saying KARMA things, but this morning, my favorite DJ on Sunny FM said it before I could. He/we are huge Tebow fans and did not like how he was treated by Denver.
Have just started a new WP Blog/place for my other passion, Global Culture.
I have not told ANYONE about this yet~
Please come look when you have the chance and remember that it is only about half done: http://tahtonka.wordpress.com/