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Some Rejected Languages From That ‘Controversial’ Coca-Cola Super Bowl Ad

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Marisa Kabas

By Marisa Kabas on February 4, 2014


Viewers of this year’s Super Bowl likely saw the Coca Cola commercial with people of all different backgrounds singing “America the Beautiful” in their native languages. Forgetting for a moment that it was put out by a giant corporation pushing a product, the underlying message was unity. And yet, some wingnuts managed to find a way to pull people apart.

Fun little messages riffing on the “This is America, speak English” philosophy floated around the internet Sunday night into Monday, ignoring the fact that aside from like, four of us, we’re all freaking immigrants.

Inclusive as the commercial was, there were still a few languages that didn’t make the cut. So here’s a new version, featuring the cultural B-list.

If we’re being honest, is there anything more American than Klingon?

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