Super Bowl Ads 2015: Emotional Roller Coaster

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The Super Bowl ads in 2015 seemed to envoke more emotional ups and downs than in previous years. I could be wrong, but it sure did feel that way.

Super Bowl ads traditionally hold a position of extreme importance on game day.

Millions of people watched the Super Bowl ads in 2015. The Super Bowl attracts all football fans, whether their team is playing or not.

The Super Bowl ads, however, attract people who don't normally have any interest in football.

Every year, Super Bowl ads seem to get more attention than the game itself. But, this year, as ads continue in the trend of coming out days or even weeks before game day, the competition seemed just a little more serious.

The Super Bowl ads in 2015 were sort of a roller coaster of emotion.

There were downright hilarious Super Bowl ads in 2015, like the Snickers ad starring Danny Trejo and Steve Buscemi.

Danny Trejo become Marcia Brady in this amazingly funny ad:

Mindy Kaling and Matt Damon made us all laugh, and kind of wish we were invisible, in this Super Bowl 2015 ad:

A surprising offering from German glue maker Loctite had some laughing and some just wondering what they were looking at. Loctite is not a usual competitor in the Super Bowl ad race, but they made a good effort at hilarity.

During the lineup of Super Bowl ads in 2015, there were also tears. Some were happy:

(Go ahead and admit you cried like a baby at Budweiser's lost dog ad. Even if the crying was internal.)

Some tears were sad, though. I'm not personally sure why they even allow sad commercials during the Super Bowl, but that's just me.

This one was just chilling:

What did you think of the Super Bowl ads in 2015? Which one was your favorite?

Lacy Langley

Lacy is a writer from Texas. She likes spending time in the home office, homeschooling her kids, playing the didgeridoo, caring for her chickens (Thelma and Louise), Rolos, Christmas, and Labyrinth.