Trump tweets Curb Your Enthusiasm MAGA clip mocking his own supporters
Larry David hates everything.
His TV persona dislikes social engagements, Ted Danson, animals, apologizing, the holidays, and people in general.
But when he was hired to star in a Super Bowl advert for a crypto company, you might expect him to at least pretend to have some enthusiasm for the technology - given he was likely paid a truckload of cash for it.
You’d be wrong.
In a genius commercial during this year’s Super Bowl, he was seen appearing through the ages, pouring scorn on major, world-changing inventions.
The wheel, he called “a miss”; the fork was dismissed out of hand because he’s got 10 fingers for tackling food; and he acted incredulous toward the founding fathers for thinking it was a good idea to let everyone - including ‘stupid’ people - vote.
The ad eventually cuts to the present day, when a rep from the FTX cryptocurrencies exchange shows up to say it’s a great way to get into trading.
David’s response? “Ehhhh I don’t think so. And I’m never wrong about this stuff.”
The commercial closes with Mr. David rejecting FTX, and then a warning: “Don’t be like Larry. Don’t miss out on the next big thing.”
The genuinely hilarious commercial immediately lit up Twitter.
Some thought it was, by far, the best commercial of the night:
Larry David with the best commercial of the Super Bowl. That was fantastic. Guy doesn\u2019t miss. (Except for the Seinfeld finale).