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


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.

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