Your classmate Aneil reminded me of this 2007 Miller Lite campaign, featuring the “men of the square table,” all celebrities famous for their uber-masculinity, debating and codifying the unwritten rules of being a real man. Can your wife store anything but Miller Lite in the garage fridge? Is the “high-five” dead? Is it unhygienic for your buddy to stick his finger in your beer bottle to carry it back from the bar? Critical questions, all.
What do you think: does the campaign convince you that “real men drink Lite”?