It's pretty bunbelievable!
My period would be a blue gel instead of actual blood.
Made in India. Slaying in New York, Paris, London, and Milan.
Started from the bottom, now we're here.
The great Indian offended spirit to the rescue.
"My YouTube channel is fucked...Thank fuck for Facebook."
I'M A LITTLE LAD WHO LOVES BERRIES AND CREAM!
"I miss dad."
Washing our hair isn't as sexy as television makes it seem.
You know, so you have stuff to talk about on Monday.
Somebody please save Vanessa Hudgens.
An old Christmas tradition.
No Poor Michelle this time.
"This is when you started to realize your worth and your value."
"Pues te guarde frijoles en el frijidairé!"
"If I can’t find someone that looks like me in the media, why not just do it myself?"
Ready? Let's get started.
You know, the carpet place.
Nothing says "drink this soda" like putting it between two breasts!
“Yo, I tricked you f#*!ers.”
Now these are true American heroes.
*frantically applies Fair & Lovely at job interview*
Young women speaking some #amazingtruth.
How incredibly efficient.
"It's only 6 words and that's the most racist sh*t I've read all week."
The '90s were the golden age of theme songs.
Don't you put it in your mouth, kids.
Just call him Evan "Corn Pops" Peters.
Test your nostalgia.
Hate it when this happens…
If these commercials infuriate you, you probably have this.
When you play this game, you win or you cry. There is no middle ground.
People tune in to the Super Bowl to watch you.
What's a girl to do when she's not serving food during the big game?
Weird is always better than normal.
He's all cleaned up! Sort of.
Commercials basically peaked in the '90s.
Apparently, he's a natural.
Easy, breezy, banal.
And for the record, he and Pac-Man are totally f***ing done professionally.
Shots fired. Your move, McDonald's.
Featuring the nun who nailed an Alicia Keys song on Italy's The Voice, an amazingly entertaining Japanese gum commercial, and the theory that Bradley Cooper's sole purpose in life is to prove Louis C.K. wrong.
The dumbest fad ever.
This 1979 Pillsbury commercial is proof.
Because what is the Super Bowl without ads featuring our favorite people.
It wasn't a great night for Super Bowl ads, but here are the ones everyone will be talking about.