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Local car dealership commercials are almost always awful. They generally feature some dopey business man spitting some cheesy lines about how he’s got the best deals in town and how you need to get your ass to the dealership now before all the incredible deals go away. Save it, George Weber Chevrolet! This is the only car dealership commercial I need and it involves a beefy dude with a mohawk, a polar bear that can’t stand on ice, and the Minnesota Gopher.
A local Minnesota car dealer tried to shoot a commercial at the University of Minnesota’s hockey rink, Mariucci Arena, but it didn’t go as planned when their mascot had a horrible time staying upright on the ice.
There’s something about that damn bear trying so hard to stay upright but eventually eating shit that’s just so pure. The frustration is palpable.
Mascots normally only have one emotion. They’re either built to be happy-go-lucky, fun-to-be-around creatures, or intimidating, I’ll-kill-your-family sort of monsters. This mascot might’ve killed itself..