We always try to find out where these videos come from, and this Sprite commercial isn’t airing in the United States; it was made specifically for Buenos Aires Pride and shows proud parents and grandparents getting their family members made up for the big pride parade. Out magazine says the ad “will make you cry.” Have a look and see if the tears well up.
apparently this is a Sprite ad. how that makes any sense idk, just looks like virtue signaling and pandering to me. pic.twitter.com/rwRwTH5HgU
— Will Witt (@thewillwitt) November 16, 2019
They never even show anyone drinking their drink! Not only are they advertising specifically to a tiny section of the population, it would seem they don’t actually want them to drink their product, they just want to be woke. Haha
— John Huberty (@JohnHuberty1) November 16, 2019
Didn’t even contain the product they’re supposed to be advertising 🤨
— △⃒⃘⚯͛ Cavley ✪ ⍟ (@ItsADogsLife92) November 16, 2019
where is the sprite?
— Jenna_manjehaal🇺🇸⧗✪ (@redeemed_bride) November 16, 2019
Where is the product they are selling? Is Sprite now made from liquid virtue signals?
— Wulfrand (@Randwulf75) November 16, 2019
Even the people in the ad don't drink that swill
— aaronstonemd (@aaronstonemd) November 16, 2019
Uhhhhhh… what does this have to do with soft drinks again? 🤨
— Flowerwoman (@StudioPetal) November 16, 2019
Ok. I’m lost. What does this have to do with Sprite?
— Kevin Esmeier (@kevinesmeier) November 16, 2019
I don't really drink sodas, but I suppose that doesn't matter to them, cause it sure doesn't appear to be what they're advertising.
— Lobsternoob (@Trisuderonimuty) November 16, 2019
The lime identifies as a lemon.
— The MB Files (@bobosdad) November 16, 2019
Pure capitalism!!! Take advantage of the "rainbow" wave to add more clients!
— Alexis Trejo (@atc23) November 16, 2019
I think the slogan "taste the rainbow" is getting just a little too literal these days.
— ✴ Døc the Umbra Main ✴ (@DocktorWolfie) November 16, 2019
"just looks like virtue signaling and pandering to me"
Looks like indoctrination to me.
As for the drink … Well, I've never been a fan of Sprite anyway.
— Project Psi (@PsiProject) November 16, 2019
Bizzaro world @Sprite
— Dossier for hire 💸🗞🇬🇧 (@boogtek) November 16, 2019
— Christian Caesar Ramirez🇺🇸✝️✡️☮️🗽🦅 (@caesar_ramirez) November 16, 2019
Makes the Gillette ad look normal
— Leeroy Hoover (@HoverLeroy) November 16, 2019
PSA: Sprite doesn’t actually care about the issue or the politics. They want your money. If they thought they would lose more customers than they gained with this ad, they wouldn’t do it.
— Chris Houser (@ChrisHousAR) November 16, 2019
— Gulliver (@gehrigmantle) November 16, 2019
— George Thorne (@GeoDevil62) November 16, 2019
— Jabez (@realJabezWilson) November 16, 2019
No father gets a overwhelming sense of pride having a gay son. They might accept it, keep a good relationship going but never feel the pride this schlomo is feeling here! LOL What a croc pic.twitter.com/Z39i4XvLnK
— ❌Epstein's Sheet❌ (@johnpeco1) November 16, 2019
Did mom and grandma help duct tape the balls too? @CocaColaCo left that part out. Happy gazes of pervy adults doesnt make me want to have a coke and a smile.
— Tracy Shannon MassResistanceHouston Mad Momma Bear (@ShannonTracy123) November 16, 2019
"Are you sure this ad will help us sell more sprite?"
— Spear of the Allfather (@SAllfather) November 16, 2019
Are we there yet?
— Alxandrio (@alxandrio) November 16, 2019
Getting there quickly.
Bad taste? Kendall Jenner’s new Pepsi ad pisses off a lot of people https://t.co/5NBCRqvOUV
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) April 4, 2017