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On Super Bowl Sunday, a certain Coke commercial raised the ire of many racists on the Internet.

It featured individuals from different ethnicities and backgrounds singing "America the Beautiful" in their native language, causing some to Tweet that this was a disgraceful, unpatriotic ad.

It brought out the worst in people.

But now it's at least brought out the best of the Internet.

Check out the following parody to see a commercial with the same premise… but one that uses such languages as Pig Latin, Klingon and Dothraki

Pretty great, right?

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Sunday's Coca-Cola Super Bowl commercial, which featured U.S. citizens singing “America the Beautiful” in various languages, was generally well received.

Just not by the Twitter-verse, where many users were live-tweeting the event and quickly lambasted the brand as un-American, or even a terrorist organization.

Seriously. People were aghast that there are human beings living in America who don't speak English, and that Coke might feature them in advertising.

Check out 23 of the most racist, disapproving, confused and hate-filled Tweets about the controversial Coca-Cola Super Bowl commercial below ...

You're S--t is Rank
You're grammar is pretty rank, too, Earl Williams Jr. Maybe go study for your GED instead of Tweeting your pearls of infinite wisdom?

The TV spot inspired a handful of hashtags, including #SpeakAmerican and #boycottcoke as xenophobic bullies everywhere threw up their arms in disgust.

A lot of people also loved its message of inclusion and multiculturalism, though. The vocal minority is just ... vocal. Tell us: What do you think of the ad?

 

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The Seattle Seahawks easily won NFL Super Bowl XLVIII, destroying the Denver Broncos by a score of 43-8.

The Bruno Mars halftime performance featured one of entertainment's most talented stars, while Renee Fleming showed up some seriously impressive pipes during her rendition of the Star-Spangled Banner.

But let's face it: all anyone is talking about today are those Super Bowl commercials.

The '80s were resurrected via RadioShack and Fulll House. Many cute dogs were depicted. And Coca-Cola sparked an online debate over diverse individuals singing "America the Beautiful."

Which companies spent their millions wisely? Who should fire their whole marketing staff? Relive the best and worst commercials from Super Bowl XLVIII now:

Budweiser Super Bowl Commercial: Puppy Love
This is beyond adorable. Budweiser has managed to melt our hearts with another Super Bowl commercial.

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Last June, Cheerios came under fire for airing an ad that featured a biracial family having breakfast.

YouTube was actually forced to shut down its Comment section due to online bigots dropping terms such as "Nazis," "troglodytes" and "racial genocide."

So how has the company responding? By running back the same actors in a spot that will premiere this Sunday during the Super Bowl. Good for Cheerios!

Titled "Gracie," the commercial stars a a black father, white mother, and biracial daughter and teases a new addition to the family. Actually, two new additions. Watch now:

Where will this ad rank among the most popular of The Big Game?

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Volkswagen knows what makes a great Super Bowl commercial. It aired an all-time great in 2012 with The Dog Strikes Back.

But the car company is going back to the drawing board this year for its big spot on Sunday. Literally. The German drawing board, to be exact.

It's a humorous commercial for its upcoming Super Bowl commercial, an accented German scientist says he has "developed an algorithm to make the ultimate commercial for your big American football festival."

It involves puppies. And babies. And shirtless body builders. And, of course, Carmen Electraa being all sexy. Check it out now:

You should also view the Scarlett Johansson SodaStream ad that actually got banned by Fox and then toggle through some memorable Super Bowl spots below.

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Sorry, football fans:

Scarlett Johansson will not be entering your living room during Fox's Super Bowl coverage this Sunday, either literally or via your television set.

The network has banned this star's new SodaStream from the big game airwaves… not because it's too risqué (although Scarlett does she some skin!), but because she ends the spot by taunting Coke and Pepsi.

”What are they afraid of?” SodaStream CEO Daniel Birnbaum asks USA Today. “Which advertiser in America doesn’t mention a competitor?"

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We hope you're sitting down, Full House fans. Because Uncle Jess, Joey Gladstone and Danny Tanner are totally back together.

Indeed, John Stamos, Bob Saget and Dave Coulier have reunited for a Dannon Oikos yogurt Super Bowl commercial, one that will air on February 2 and which is teased in the following video.

Get your nostalgia on and check it out now:

The big game will put Seattle versus Denver this year, while Bruno Mars will perform at halftime and viewers will watch in anticipation at every commercial break.

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Forget the Broncos versus Seahawks, Patriots versus 49ers or whatever Super Bowl matchup will take viewers by storm on Sunday, February 2.

The real competition will be between Reese's Peanut Butter Cups and a new product from Nestlé, one teased in an entertaining new ad and one that will premiere on the day of the Big Game.

The company has released an ad in an anticipation of its Super Bowl commercial and it definitely has us looking forward to the spot almost as much as the game itself.

That's what happens when you place a bunch of food couples in a therapist's waiting room and watch them sneer at each other.

See what we mean now and then decide: how amazing do these Butterfinger Cups sound?!?

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Does the Arian Foster pregnancy scandal have you feel down about sports? Consider the following Duracell ad.

The commercial features Seattle Seahawks running back Derrick Coleman, who is the first legally deaf individual play professional football.

In the following, 60-second spot, we're taken through Coleman's life and the struggles he's faced on and off the field since losing his hearing at the age of three.

Watch the video and prepare to have a new NFL hero:

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Move over, Isaiah Mustafa.

And make room mothers across the country stalking their sons on romantic outings and lamenting how they've grown into actual men.

Yes, a new Old Spice commercial is making the hilarious rounds, one that features moms singing their sorrow over how the deodorant has helped spray their kids into adulthood.

There's no debate here over whether the ad is distasteful or delightful.

It's simply hilarious, nearly as funny as that Poo-Porrui commercial. Watch and laugh now:

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