Home > Bud Light Campaign Tells Drunk People to Remove 'No' From Their Vocab

News
Bud Light Campaign Tells Drunk People to Remove 'No' From Their Vocab

Description

Bud Light's Up-For-Whatever campaign is leaving another sour, watered-down taste in people's mouths, and it's not the beer. The campaign, which was launched in January, encourages drinkers to be up for whatever when drinking their beer, because "you never know where it'll end up". Now, they're encouraging drinkers to take the word "No" out of their vocabulary. Some Bud Light bottles have the message "The perfect beer for removing 'No' from your vocabulary for the night" printed on their new label. The bottle started to gain attention after a picture of it was posted to the "funny sub-reddit". Users were quick to point out that the message could be interrupted in many questionable ways.

Added on the 30/04/2015 04:04:26 - Copyright : Wochit

To customise your video :

Or Create an account

More videos on the subject

  • Mueller Report States Missing Information Could Have Shed More Light In Investigation

    A redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller’s final report was released. According to Business Insider, the investigation took nearly two years because it was hindered by subjects of the probe. The report claims members of the Trump campaign deleted valuable information to the investigation. In consequence, investigators couldn’t “corroborate witness statements.” The report stated that deleted information could have shed more light on the events reported.

    18/04/2019 - Wochit
  • Trump Tells Russian Military To Leave Venezuela

    U.S. President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence meet with Fabiana Rosales, wife of Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido, in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington, U.S., March 27, 2019. REUTERS/Carlos Barria WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that Russian soldiers needed to leave Venezuela, days after a Russian military contingent arrived just outside of Caracas, saying “all options” were open to make that happen.

    27/03/2019 - Wochit
  • Mueller's Filings On Trump Ex-Aides To Shed New Light On Russia Probe

    U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller is expected to provide new details on how two of President Donald Trump’s former aides have helped or hindered his probe. Mueller has been investigating possible collusion between Russia and Trump’s 2016 election campaign. Mueller last month accused Trump’s former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, of breaching a plea bargain agreement by lying to prosecutors. Mueller will submit information on those alleged lies in a filing to a federal court in Washington. The filing could shed new light on Manafort’s business dealings or his consulting for pro-Kremlin interests in Ukraine.

    07/12/2018 - Wochit
  • Prince's Estate Tells Donald Trump To 'Cease All Use' Of His Music At Rallies

    Prince's estate asked Donald Trump to stop playing his music at campaign rallies. "The Prince Estate has never given permission to President Trump or The White House to use Prince's songs and have requested that they cease all use immediately". Prince's Estate The statement was issued following a close friend of Prince's family seeing a video of "Purple Rain" playing at a recent rally. Prince, who died in 2016, was notorious for keeping a tight leash on the rights to his music. Business Insider reports that other artists have also asked Trump to stop playing their music at his rallies. The Rolling Stones have repeatedly asked Trump to stop playing their music and all requests have been ignored.

    12/10/2018 - Wochit
  • Bob Woodward's New Book Shines Light On Dysfunctional Trump White House

    President Donald Trump on Tuesday downplayed a bombshell new book by veteran journalist Bob Woodward portraying the chaos and dysfunction inside the White House as "just another bad book." Trump offered his pushback on Tuesday in an interview with the conservative publication Daily Caller after CNN and The Washington Post reported on some of the book's most explosive allegations, including disparaging comments Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and White House chief of staff John Kelly privately made about Trump and military actions the President sought to take against Syria and North Korea. Woodward's 448-page book, "Fear: Trump in the White House," offers a devastating portrait of a dysfunctional Trump White House,

    05/09/2018 - Wochit
  • Affaire Vincent Lambert : le neveu "estomaqué par une décision d'une brutalité et d'une violence incroyables"

    Affaire Vincent Lambert : le neveu "estomaqué par une décision d'une brutalité et d'une violence incroyables"

    21/05/2019 - LCI