See the Latest Super Bowl Ads Including Budweiser’s Drunk Driving PSA, Drake’s “Hotline Bling”, and Steven Tyler

See the Latest Super Bowl Ads Including Budweiser’s Drunk Driving PSA, Drake’s “Hotline Bling”, and Steven Tyler

1. Budweiser has been pointlessly sentimental the past few years with their “cute animal” Super Bowl ads . . . but now, they’re getting REAL. Budweiser is doing a “don’t drink and drive” ad, featuring HELEN MIRREN. She tells drunk drivers they are a, quote, “short-sighted, utterly useless, oxygen-wasting human form of pollution” and “a Darwin-award deserving, selfish coward.”

2. DRAKE does a T-Mobile commercial where he’s singing “Hotline Bling”, and a bunch of marketing types keep interrupting to tell him to add things like: “Streaming music will incur data charges.”

It isn’t really that funny . . . but they did get Drake to be in it.

3. STEVEN TYLER does a Skittles commercial, where he talks to a portrait of himself made out of candy.

4. If you haven’t seen it yet, there’s also a spot celebrating 20 years of Pokemon.

5. This isn’t an ad . . . but if someone you care deeply about is interested in the Puppy Bowl, I’m sorry. Please send my thoughts and prayers. And this rundown of the puppies in the starting lineup. It’ll probably make their day, sadly.

The Eight Creepiest Things You Can Do on Facebook

The Eight Creepiest Things You Can Do on Facebook

What are the creepiest things you can do on Facebook? Some of the best ones are: Tagging yourself in someone else’s engagement photo . . . requesting someone’s relationship status and address . . . and friending someone else’s grandma.

The words "creepy" and "Facebook" are pretty much intertwined now . . . since everyone has done SOMETHING creepy on Facebook. But when you get beyond stalking your exes, what OTHER creepy things go on?

Here’s a list from Gizmodo.com of the eight creepiest things you can do on Facebook . . . and they really nailed it.

1. Posting a photo of your face on someone else’s wall with zero explanation.

2. Tagging yourself in someone else’s engagement photo.

3. Commenting on someone’s photo from 10 years ago as if it’s current. Like, if they’re eating a donut, write, "Mmm! Looks good!"

4. Commenting on someone’s life events you had no part in.

5. Requesting someone’s relationship status . . . and their address.

6. Friending someone’s GRANDMOTHER.

7. POKING someone’s grandmother.

8. Sincerely interacting and engaging with brands. Think of how weirded out your friends will be when they see you respond, "LOL" to a super lame joke that Burger King or T-Mobile posted.

(Gizmodo)