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Budweiser rethinks the “typical American” stereotype in their 2020 Superbowl commercial. Folks from the US are often labelled as loud, interfering and overly confident.

But the narrator in this ad flips those ideas on their head. He says that Americans are thought of as being too interfering because they care too much. They’re loud because they’re passionate and want their voices to be heard and yes, they’re confident as hell and won’t have anyone tell them otherwise.

Countries outside of the US can be quick to judge and can often label Americans too harshly. They’re far from perfect, but this ad looks to remind people that not all yanks are that bad and that this country is more than the stereotypes that are pushed on it. It’s filled with footage of inspiring sports victories, acts of kindness and moments of joy. It’s a moving commercial that shows us that there’s always two sides to a story and that we shouldn’t be so quick to judge people we’ve never met. Did you enjoy the video? Let us know down in the comments.

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