Twitter Wants To Bone ‘Mr Clean’ During His Super Bowl Commercial

Twitter Wants To Bone ‘Mr Clean’ During His Super Bowl Commercial

Cleaning product Mr Clean has caused a twitter stir after its 30-second Super Bowl spot had some viewers hot under the collar.

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According to reports in US media, a 30-second spot in today’s game will set advertisers back a cool $US5 million (up from $US4.8 million in 2016). And it’s arguably money well spent with reports four out of five Americans will tune into the game.

The campaign played during yesterday’s Super Bowl and it’s causing some very confusing feelings among Twitter users:

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The Mr Clean Twitter account also spent a lot of time trolling other brands and their Super Bowl commercials: