Epic Guinness Evolution Commercial

How we missed this the first time around I will never know, nor forgive our readers for. Enjoy!

Thanks to Mike McElwain for sending along. yitb

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pfft, that's clearly teleological not emergent!

also, very tasty.

By Akheloios (not verified) on 03 Oct 2008 #permalink

Guinness adverts ROCK.

Made all the better by the fact that it is for a good beer.

By Luna_the_cat (not verified) on 03 Oct 2008 #permalink

This is one of my FAVORITE all time commercials. . . I have no problem believing that the entire rise of human evolution and civilization was in order to create a more perfect beverage than dirtwater.

But if you want to see something REALLY incredible (and bizarre) check out that French Orangina ad with the animal people. I posted it on my Facebook the other day!

I'm not sure what you mean, David S!
Honestly, there are a few explanations for light beer that I've come across: 'I've deadened my tastebuds to the point where this is palatable; I want quantity not quality; I grew up drinking this and never questioned it; I am fooling myself into believing this is better for me than 'real' beer; It was on sale, a 24-pack for 5.99; I am fiercely xenophobic and 'import' is a word that frightens me. . .'