If the guy swapping spit with Bar Refaeli in that GoDaddy Super Bowl commercial looked familiar, it's because you've seen him before. Dozens of times. His name is Jesse Heiman, and he plays a nerd in basically everything.
Last night's Super Bowl was certainly eventful. What with the power outage and the Beyonce's thighs, there were many jokes to be made. And joke the internet did. Some took to Twitter, others prefer more visual tactics. Here is their work. The best Super Bowl XLVII memes on the web.
Will Ferrell filmed an ad for Old Milwaukee that aired during the Super Bowl last night. But you probably didn't see it. The ad only played in three places -- Sherman, Texas, Ardmore, Oklahoma, and Glendive, Montana.
We're going to pretend all of these people are hilarious and not morons. When the 2013 Super Bowl was delayed by a power outage, most people took it as a chance to actually talk to the people at their football party. These people decided to make jokes on Twitter that the half hour of darkness was actually 'The Dark Knight Rises' villain Bane's fault.
We're having a 'Usual Suspects' moment here. The whole time we've been hearing quarterbacks yelling "hut," we thought it was a football thing. Turns out it's just been one gigantic advertisement for Pizza Hut the whole time.
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