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Great Advertising: Miller Light Man Law Ads

Miller Light Man Law Ads I crack up anytime "man" is used as a prefix ("manboob," "manfat," "manpurse," etc.), so you can imagine what happened when I first encountered the Miller Light "Man Law" ad campaign. Good ... Lord.

All of the ads are available at Men of the Square Table, but my favorite is the spot that discusses the proper amount of time that must transpire before making a play for your best friend's ex-girlfriend. Eddie Griffin, who often steals the show in these ads, has the best line:

"I was always taught you've gotta wait two Saturdays ... or a new hairdo. Whichever comes first."
Alas, the ads will never get me to drink Miller Light, but they sure are funny.

Man law! -- Mac Slocum

Posted by Mac Slocum on June 10, 2006 12:03 AM
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you poke it you own it. i love those adds too. my favorite is with HHH tho, since i'm a sucker for those wrestlers hee hee.

-- Posted by: Laura at June 10, 2006 2:41 PM

I have a new theme maybe they can use. How about one for the people who just have to get into the camera picture at ballgames. one line can be something like "act like you have been there done that." those people drive me nuts, are they that starved for attention?

-- Posted by: Timothy Hill at July 11, 2006 9:41 PM

Timothy -- You are so correct it hurts. I'm watching the 2006 MLB All-Star game as I write this and there was a guy who was DOING THAT EXACT THING moments ago. What an ass clown.

-- Posted by: mac at July 11, 2006 9:48 PM

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