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Top Super Bowl Commercials 2011: From Pepsi Max to Doritos, Our Five Faves

With ads from Bud Light, Coca-Cola Doritos, Pepsi, and Snickers, (not to mention a handful of non-food related companies, including Audi, Groupon, and the  Darth Vader ad from Volkswagon), 2011 Super Bowl viewers anxiously awaited entertainment from a slew of commercials featuring hard-working dogs, talking babies, and celebrities like Justin Bieber, Roseanne Barr, Kenny G, Kim Kardashian, and Ozzy Osbourne. While Twitter was a buzz with viewers complaining about being “underwhelmed” by this years commercials, there were a few that sparkled.  Several of this year’s best commercials weren’t created by top-name ad agencies, but rather by clever viewers entering this years “Crash the Super Bowl” contest.

So, which of the ads will be talked about over Monday mornings water cooler? We’ve pulled together five of our favorite food-related 2011 Super Bowl commercials.

#1 Doritos, Pug Attack

Made for about $500 by a part-time graphic designer for Doritos “Crash the Super Bowl” Contest, this cute little commercial features a powerful pug getting egged on my a Dorito-stealing boyfriend. View it here.

#2 Doritos, The Best Part

What happens when one co-worker finishes off a bag of Doritos during his office snack break?  Pure hilarity.  That’s what.  View the commerical here. 

#3 Budweiser, Tiny Dancer

There’s nothing like a good Wild West commercial.  Unless it’s a Wild West commercial that features cowboys singing Elton John.  Sing along here.

#4 Pepsi Max, First Date

Another Crash the Super Bowl commercial winner, this Pepsi Max commercial features a guy and gal on a first date, pondering the imponderable questions. Catch it here.

#5 Coca Cola, Border

When two proud border guards get thirsty, Coca Cola inspires them to bend the rules of their watch…just a bit. See it here.

WEIGH IN!  Which Superbowl 2011 Commercials were your favorite?

 

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