Super Bowl XLVIII is still nearly two weeks away, but that doesn't mean you'll have to wait until Feb. 2 to be bombarded by this year's crop of commercials.
Companies like Budweiser, Doritos and Pepsi have already released online teasers for their upcoming commercials, giving fans a preview of what to expect between plays. Highlights include a pun-spewing llama, a be-wigged Arnold Schwarzenegger, a guy sucking Dorito dust off another dude's finger, and a disconcerting baby-man cradling a man-baby in his arms, among other gems.
So don't just sit there and wait to be alternately amused/harassed by this year's Super Bowl ads. Scroll down and amuse/harass yourself right now!
Bud Light's "Arnold Warmup"
If you haven't heard by now, Arnold Schwarzenegger is getting $3 million to endorse Bud Light during the game. But it would seem that he's more interested in ping pong, as the following teaser suggests.
Bud Light's "Arnold Zipper"
Yet another Bud Light/Arnold teaser, this time with 100 percent more sweatshirt zipper.
Dannon Oikos' "Full House Crew"
Almost 20 years after "Full House" ended, the good people at Dannon would like to remind us that Jessie, Danny and Uncle Joey are still very much a family that loves football and yogurt.
Squarespace's "A Better Web Awaits"
Internet firm Squarespace fills their teaser with nightmare-inducing imagery inspired by the web, including the aforementioned man-baby and baby-man.
Doritos' "Crash The Super Bowl 2014"
An mustachioed, turtle-necked man reminds Doritos consumers to vote for their favorite of five fan-made commercials — one of which will air during the big game.
Pepsi's "Halftime America With Lee Brice"
Pepsi stages a surprise concert with country singer Lee Brice, giving away tickets to unsuspecting fans via a vending machine in the middle of a tiny town in Nebraska.
Intuit's "The Top 4 Are Revealed"
Tax software company Intuit is planning on giving one of America's small businesses a 30-second spot during the Super Bowl. Fans can decide between a dog food business, an educational toy company, a local egg producer, or a company that processes cow manure for fertilizer.
Bud Light's "Don"
Bud Light is hoping the comedy stylings of Don Cheadle and his llama will encourage us to drink mass quantities of beer.
Butterfinger's "The Waiting Room"
Mr. Peanut Butter and Ms. Chocolate go to couples counseling for some help with their stale relationship. The cure looks to be some kind of crunchy peanut butter cup.
H&M's "Covered or Uncovered?"
H&M wants people to vote whether they'd like to see David Beckham clothed or naked. We wonder what they'll choose.