Top Five Best German Commercials

I don’t watch too much TV in general, especially shows that in my second language but I from time to time I’ll catch a few here and there. The shows are somewhat similar. A lot of cooking themed shows and the usual stuff from the US with voice-overs. The commercials, however, always seem to shock me which isn’t too easy.

I thought it would be fun to share with you a few recently that I have seen. It’s possible you have them in your country as well. I’ve seen a few of these with voice overs in different languages so who knows! Either way, check them out and see what you think!

Sixx auf die 6 – A Dude dressed up as a chicken named Chick Norris and speaking terrible German?? Whats not to love?!

eBay – A Dog and a hamster…such unpredictable friendship!

Hornbach – A Commerical for a store like Lowes or Home Depot. This pulled at my heart strings. You don’t need to understand the language to feel the sadness.

Redcoon – I won’t say much about this other than “Billig” in German means “Cheap” in English. Oh and guys….you’re welcome.

Lions Cereal – It just wasn’t what I thought it would be at first!

These are my top 5! Do you have any others that you have seen and feel deserve to be in the ranking? If so, please share in the comments below!

And just one for fun…. A Turkish, Russian, and an Arab man all order at a beer garden….then a man from East Germany orders…

….The waitress tells him to speak German and then she will help him! lol…silly stuff!

Until next time, Readers!!!! xoxoxoxo

13 thoughts on “Top Five Best German Commercials

  1. My favorite is the last video, that was great! I have seen the for Chick Norris on tv a couple of times and thought it was the weirdest thing ever haha

  2. I laughed out loud at the last one – but you have to be able to speak German to really get it… basically the last guy is the only one who speaks German but she tells him he has to learn German first before he can get his beer. Poor guy.
    The first one was the weirdest and wouldn’t make it in the US without justified charges of racial stereotypes. The “billig” commercial is really, really cheap…what can I say.

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