PSHD, Post Superbowl Hormonal Disorder

Monday, March 23, 2009 2:00
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Post written by Rick Doyle


PSHD – Post Superbowl Hormonal Disorder


The Superbowl was great this year but let’s face it, it’s really all about the commercials and the previews.  Once the game is over all you’re left with is a victory dance, post game interviews and well, that’s about it.  So what was the best commercial?  I went through and picked out a few of the stand outs and I also went down memory lane on a few older Superbowl ads that have stood out for years.  So buckle up and enjoy the ride!

It is always a good day to blow things up and who hasn’t been waiting for a G.I. Joe comeback! YES!


Add a little Sci-Fi and blow things up plus a comeback and you have the new Star Trek movie.  Old guys reliving their youth with bigger toys and badder attitudes!  BooYah!


What can you say?  Coke guys are just tougher and smarter.  These guys may not have the best taste but they are still guys! We must stick together on this!


Let’s face facts, some people should not own pets or have kids and PETA will get over it or if we’re lucky they’ll get eaten.  I know, BAD!  Really, I am an animal person.


Three words sum up the Super bowl, “I play football”!  This one tells you every bit of the hard hitting truth about what really happens at work in a tough economy.


Even in a world why guys try to get it right, it just never seems to work out that way.  Are you one of these nice guys?


Would anything in this category be complete without at least one crude commercial?  Guys, do not do this with a stunt animal.  Just take the credit, admit it was you and pay for a new ‘do.


Houston we have broken the barrier.  I just couldn’t help myself, I had to include this one!  I hope this makes it past the editor in charge…my teeny tiny wife of many years.  Oh, in case my mother-in-law is reading this, Love ya Mom!  My Dad told me this secret 40 years ago and they finally put it out there for everyone to know.  Single men, heed this warning!


Like all major sporting events there are and will always be those in charge.  Those that make the call.  Those that decide how things are going to go down.  Then there are the spectators.  Sometimes it is good to be the spectator.


Inevitably the Superbowl is the battleground for the underdog.  It is the one we cheer for despite the odds.  It is the Goliath contest that everyone knows who is going to win.  In the end it is the effort, the soul of determination that displays the heart of the contestants and their desire to win.  And don’t forget, size matters!


Those of us who live on a farm understand the brass it takes to get out there and face another day of doing manly things.  Do you really think that animal testing and safe products come without sacrifice?  The commitment of these men risking life and limb to make sure that our lives are better.  Well, I’ll just say I’m glad I don’t ride a pygmy pony on the dental floss ranch anymore. YeeeeHaaa!



Some folks exercise.  Some people see Smokey and the Bandit and go out and drive 90 MPH.  Some people overeat at the bowl party.  Now TV is going to save our…


One more that just makes me want to go to a movie, now!  Let’s put guns, cars, sci-fi, adrenalin, explosions and a hot girl or two and the Super bowl might not get as big a vote as this does.


There are so many great commercials and ads I could fill a website with them but ultimately I think the only reason we have a Superbowl and ads to watch is because we are FREE.  We have only one commercial that really matters at the end of the day. Everyone who is reading this or commenting or has watched a Superbowl or has electricity or can express their side of the story can and does so because without them we wouldn’t have any of this.  There are a few commercials that say “Thank You” because they remember that we have a super Sunday everyday because they sacrifice for us every day!  After it is all said and done if you haven’t thanked a soldier or a soldier’s family or the people who make the tough calls to make sure we are safe and can live the life we live then do so now!  We would all be speaking German or Arabic or Japanese or living a very different life were it not for our troops for the last 200 years.  Don’t forget that terrorists and communists don’t watch football and they don’t take days off.  So I do appreciate the formal “Thank You” to the men and women who make sure I have the freedom to write what I do and to see what I see and to watch a Superbowl.  This one’s for you!


I hope you enjoyed my take after the big one, what’s yours?

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