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Excellent

Instantly recognisable product

Gone downhill since Frank and Louie

Whoever thought that a couple of Chameleons could become Icons was either out of his tree or a pure genius. Or, how about slobbering down a phone line or singing the merits of and oversized takeaway food item? Budweiser have had some of the best adverts on the TV. They've also had some remarkably...

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“Bud.dy Good Ads”

published 24/09/2001

excellent product awareness, clever ads

nothing - can I have my free bottle please

Ah, mine's a 'Bud' ! Well the Budweiser company have most definately marketed their beer very well. There is hardly a bar in the UK that you can't see a group of lads - and girls - with bottle of Bud in hand. Other 'trendy' designer beers may come and go, but Bud seems to be as popular as ever...

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Satisfactory

Good production values as always.

We're in the UK, we couldn't care less about the g...

Oh dear....generally the Budweiser series of adverts have been hit-and-miss. The set of adverts that were inspired from the film 'Delicatessen' (the man trying to swot a fly whilst jumping on a bed whilst others are doing menial things in synchronised rhythm) are generally a miss. Whilst the...

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Excellent

“you are so beautiful, bud...”

published 14/10/2001

refreshing, smooth, moreish

toads look good

I stood there, allowing the day to wash over me as i watched her from my window. That beauty was resplendent, awe-inspiring, totally washing my aura and transforming my dark life into rainbow-like colours... Yes, she was the Bullfrog toad i had watched many times before, but on this occasion her...

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Excellent

Very funny - Very clever.

None.

I suppose it had to happen. Louis the Lizard has learnt to say Wassssup and now he is training the ferret to join in with him. If you haven’t seen the Budweiser adverts then the start of this opinion will not mean anything to you at all. But, that will probably also mean that you have been...

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Good

funny at first, but boring now

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I am totally fed up with the wasssuuuppp adverts, as they are very boring now, and they need changing, they where OK at first but if I see another one I`ll scream. I`d like to know what the man who originally directed the adverts was thinking, had he drank a crate of Bud himself, to think up such...

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Good

“couldnt they be wiser”

published 23/12/2000

memorable

out dated, boring

You've seen the adverts , you've seen it in the movies, heard the song and received the flashing 'whasss uppp' text message- surely it's time that a new sales gimmick was thought up to promote this beer? To begin with the ads were amusing, but the novelty soon wore off and the advert left a path...

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Excellent

“wassssssup!!”

published 03/10/2000

The adverts done its job

everyones saying it!

This advert must have taken a genius to come up with the idea. Budweiser always seem to come up with adverts that you 'store' in your brain. Like the toads, people would always remember the toads going 'bud-weis-er' and you'd hear people saying it. You assosiate it with a brand and when you hear...

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Excellent

Make you laugh

None

I have actually stopped drinking beer, in fact all alcohol (yes I'm being too good) but I just love the advertisements, especially for Budweiser! They are really funny....the frogs was the first one that caught my eye. Apparently that is a really old advert, so I've heard, but I'm glad they...

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Excellent

This ad is the best of the lot, it should have the best advert of the year award!!! The most memorable thing abou the ad is the main word in the whole thing WWWWWWWWWWWWHHHHHHHHAAAAAAATTTTTTSSSSSSUUUUUU UUPPPPP!!!! some people think it is wassssuuuupppp, but really it is whats up!!! This has...

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Excellent

“Very clever indeed”

published 27/12/2000

Funny

none except getting everyone saying "wassssuuupp" ...

I was a huge fan of the Budweiser frogs. I thought the adverts were superbly done, funny, and had an ongoing storyline that kept people wanting to see them - will Louie kill the frogs!! When they finished (with one of the best ads!) I started to wonder whether they'd continue the frog theme, or...

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Excellent

“whaaats up”

published 22/09/2000

very funny

none

the new budweiser advert is very cool because this time they have included humour in their adverts.all the people i know that have seen this think it is a very amusing advert and is also up to date and probably likely to happen.i have never really listened to the old budweiser adverts but this...

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Excellent

“BUDDIES”

published 23/05/2001

Lizards are funky

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Everyone expects something good from the Budweiser adverts, as it's sort of become tradition. Firstly i got addicted to the cool, cute adverts when their stars were the three frogs, saying BUD WEIS ER!each, then there was the two lizards that i've had as a screensaver on my pc that still makes me...

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Excellent

Very funny, well thought out.

None.

So I am sat her flicking through the various catergories in search of something to make me laugh when I thought, "Yes!! The Budweiser Comercials" ,only to find that nobody has written about Mister Foot-long Hotdog Inventor or Mister Wrecking Ball Operator. These adverts are so funny, even better...

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Excellent

Amazingly funny, very well thought out

What disadvantages?

I was very surprised not to see the advert with lizards Frankie, Louie and the three Bud-weis-er frogs not make Channel 4's recent Top 100 TV Ads of All Time, because let's face it, the series was pure genius. Interesting, very funny and totally surreal, it ranks up there with the best in my...

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