#1 Posted on 17.5.06 0940.05 Reposted on: 17.5.13 0940.15
The basic gist of the series of commercials is a group of man's men sitting around a table coming up with "guy rules" to various situations. In this situation: if you bring a six-pack of beer to a party and it's not touched, to whom does it belong? The host? Or can the person who brought it take it back?
One member of table claimed that if it touches the cooler, it belongs to the host. Triple H asked "well what if it floated in the icy water and never touched the sides of the cooler? Then can I take it back?" They finally compromise on being able to put ONE beer into your pocket to take home -- "the tuck rule."
Seems odd to see him in a beer commercial, for some reason. Even more odd for him to be worried about a six-pack of Miller Lite. lol.
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#3 Posted on 17.5.06 1049.31 Reposted on: 17.5.13 1049.31
There's another one where Burt's the main character -- it discusses "when your best friend breaks up with his girlfriend, how long before she's fair game?". I liked the commercial -- it has legs for a number of em it would appear.
BTW, Eddie Griffin is in it and he looks HUGE. Did he eat Malcolm Jamal Warner?
Also, the dude who cut off his arm mountain climbing is in it.
That site is a great timewaster. I spent about 20 minutes this morning reading all of the MAN LAWS & watching the videos. You can check out the bios of all the guys at the square table in case you dont recognize anybody.
I noticed the guy with no hand, but I didnt know it was THAT GUY with no hand.
#12 Posted on 17.5.06 1801.13 Reposted on: 17.5.13 1801.19
Originally posted by flairforthegold13Don't I always read that Hunter doesn't drink?
The commercial is great, incidentally, and of course he's smart in doing it. I was just under the impression that he's such a health nut that he doesn't drink.
He could be doing it for the money and means to get his name out a to a more mainstream audience as he continues his transistion into hollywood action star with whatever movies he'll start filming soon.
#18 Posted on 21.5.06 1752.26 Reposted on: 21.5.13 1752.55
Originally posted by BigDaddyLocoSteve Austin would have been funnier
I can't see Steve drinking Miller Lite.
Seeing as that's what the advert is for, that probably justifies HHH's decision to endorse it even if he doesn't drink; i must have more calories, flavour and alcohol in my spit right now than a bottle of Miller Lite.
#20 Posted on 21.5.06 1801.37 Reposted on: 21.5.13 1801.42
I show up to discuss the laws of manhood and you bring me light beer? a joke from CRZ the web personality I'm pretty sure that Triple H the character wouldn't have any problem knockiong down a few beers in the same way that Triple H the person wouldn't resolve major disputes by whacking someone with a sledgehammer.
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