I usually mute the TV during commercials, however these come to mind in one way or another.
commercials have been airing for so long that any and all of them are unpleasant. They keep using the same themes and characters, only changing the scene and don't contain much content or originality anymore.
commercials. . . "You're in Good Hands" and "Accident Forgiveness" irritate me because they are a cheap ass insurance company and sold me a bunk "Uninsured Motorist" policy that cost me thousands after a hit and run when I found out that it only covered medical expenses, no property damage. In addition they tried to undercut me on a hail damage assessment for my residence (mainly roofing) by about 50% of estimated repair costs. (sorry for the vent
The Bud Light
, "too soft" and "too hard" commercials are not that clever, but I did laugh the first I saw the one with the stapler, but I probably had a few by then. It always seems like they try too hard year after year.
The Coors Light
commercials with actual former NFL coaches' post game press conferences cut up, with answers fitted in question to off (football) topic "Coors" related questions, are great! One of the main reasons they are good is because they keep rolling out new ones periodically throughout the season and use multiple colorful coaches. Some hate 'em, I like 'em.
Finally Miller Lite
has a good line with the whole "if I was hanging off a cliff?" and "I've finally found the one." The Dog adds a lot to the cliff one. They are at least original and the guy kinda looks funny too.
Had to list a couple positives
, because the negative ones bother me and I mute them.