It Came From YouTube: WCW Surge cans commercial

11 Submitted by on Tue, 05 March 2013, 14:42

Um, Bill? Buddy? That isn’t how you get the soda machine to give you a Surge. You have to put those funny little round metal things into it (or a piece of rectangular paper with the old dude on it), and then press a button.

Then you’ll get an ice cold, delicious Surge(™) soft drink.

Don’t worry, you’ll figure it out one day. In the meantime, why don’t you go take some Tylenol and lay down for a bit, okay?

I do like Brian Knobbs throwing the giant Surge cooler like he’s Donkey Kong.

“WCW and Surge are the perfect match!”.

Yes- both will cause you to get sick and give you a headache if you consume too much of them.

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11 Responses to "It Came From YouTube: WCW Surge cans commercial"
  1. Autrach Sejanoz says:

    “I think you need to stop drinking out of that giant promotional case of Surge you’ve still got in your basement.”

  2. Peter says:

    Too bad Vault isn’t still around, they could’ve sponsored TNA because both are modified versions of Surge and WCW.

  3. Down With OPC says:

    Go look up YTCracker – Surgerunner on Youtube for a song about hacking and Surge.

  4. Addison says:

    One of the suggested videos after the Surge commercial is a Galoob toy commercial. The kids act out a match. Flair misses a kneedrop. Sting finishes him off with a bodyslam. Those kids don’t know anything.

  5. Matt Soileau says:

    Kevin Nash on an “action” can makes me giggle…

  6. Bone White says:

    No Bill you just press the button

  7. Shawn Doc Girt says:

    Surge waz actually pretty good but didnt they get taken off the market due to infecting peoplez stomachs or something like that?

    • "The Big Cheese" Paul Kraft says:

      No, it was taken off the market because sales tapered off. That’s the only reason.

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